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    1. Taylor, MD; Vancura, R; Williams, JM; Riekhof, JT; Taylor, BK; Wright, DE
      Overexpression of neurotrophin-3 in skeletal muscle alters normal and injury-induced limb control

      SOMATOSENSORY AND MOTOR RESEARCH
    2. Yoshida, A; Fukami, H; Nagase, Y; Appenteng, K; Honma, S; Zhang, LF; Bae, YC; Shigenaga, Y
      Quantitative analysis of synaptic contacts made between functionally identified oralis neurons and trigeminal motoneurons in cats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. McCrea, DA
      Spinal circuitry of sensorimotor control of locomotion

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    4. Mendell, LM; Munson, JB; Arvanian, VL
      Neurotrophins and synaptic plasticity in the mammalian spinal cord

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    5. Li, Y; Burke, RE
      Short-term synaptic depression in the neonatal mouse spinal cord: Effects of calcium and temperature

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Watson, AHD; Bazzaz, AA
      GABA and glycine-like immunoreactivity at axoaxonic synapses on 1a muscle afferent terminals in the spinal cord of the rat

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    7. Taylor, MD; Vancura, R; Patterson, CL; Williams, JM; Riekhof, JT; Wright, DE
      Postnatal regulation of limb proprioception by muscle-derived neurotrophin-3

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    8. McClelland, VM; Miller, S; Eyre, JA
      Short latency heteronymous excitatory and inhibitory reflexes between antagonist and heteronymous muscles of the human shoulder and upper limb

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Misiaszek, JE; De Serres, SJ; Stein, RB; Jiang, W; Pearson, KG
      Stretch and H reflexes in triceps surae are similar during tonic and rhythmic contractions in high decerebrate cats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    10. Shigenaga, Y; Hirose, Y; Yoshida, A; Fukami, H; Honma, S; Bae, YC
      Quantitative ultrastructure of physiologically identified premotoneuron terminals in the trigeminal motor nucleus in the cat

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    11. Eyre, JA; Miller, S; Clowry, GJ; Conway, EA; Watts, C
      Functional corticospinal projections are established prenatally in the human foetus permitting involvement in the development of spinal motor centres

      BRAIN
    12. Perreault, MC; Shefchyk, SJ; Jimenez, I; McCrea, DA
      Depression of muscle and cutaneous afferent-evoked monosynaptic field potentials during fictive locomotion in the cat

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    13. Yoshida, A; Mukai, N; Moritani, M; Nagase, Y; Hirose, Y; Honma, S; Fukami, H; Takagi, K; Matsuya, T; Shigenaga, Y
      Physiologic and morphologic properties of motoneurons and spindle afferents innervating the temporal muscle in the cat

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    14. Burke, RE
      The use of state-dependent modulation of spinal reflexes as a tool to investigate the organization of spinal interneurons

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Gossard, JP; Bouyer, L; Rossignol, S
      The effects of antidromic discharges on orthodromic firing of primary afferents in the cat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. KORNATH A; LUDWIG R; ZOERMER A
      SMALL POTASSIUM CLUSTERS

      ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION
    17. BASHOR DP
      A LARGE-SCALE MODEL OF SOME SPINAL REFLEX CIRCUITS

      Biological cybernetics
    18. DINCAMPS BL; DESTOMBES J; THIESSON D; HELLIO R; LASSERRE X; KOUCHTIRDEVANNE N; JAMI L; ZYTNICKI D
      INDICATIONS FOR GABA-IMMUNOREACTIVE AXO-AXONIC CONTACTS ON THE INTRASPINAL ARBORIZATION OF A LB FIBER IN CAT - A CONFOCAL MICROSCOPE STUDY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    19. NOZAKI H; OHTA N; YAMADA T; TAKANO H
      CHARACTERIZATION OF RBCL GROUP-IA INTRONS FROM 2 COLONIAL VOLVOCALEANSPECIES (CHLOROPHYCEAE)

      Plant molecular biology
    20. WALMSLEY B; ALVAREZ FJ; FYFFE REW
      DIVERSITY OF STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION AT MAMMALIAN CENTRAL SYNAPSES

      Trends in neurosciences
    21. KREMER E; LEVTOV A
      GABA-RECEPTOR-INDEPENDENT DORSAL-ROOT AFFERENTS DEPOLARIZATION IN THENEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of neurophysiology
    22. NAKAYAMA K; NIWA M; SASAKI SI; ICHIKAWA T; HIRAI N
      MORPHOLOGY OF SINGLE PRIMARY SPINDLE AFFERENTS OF THE INTERCOSTAL MUSCLES IN THE CAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    23. O'Sullivan, MC; Miller, S; Ramesh, V; Conway, E; Gilfillan, K; McDonough, S; Eyre, JA
      Abnormal development of biceps brachii phasic stretch reflex and persistence of short latency heteronymous reflexes from biceps to triceps brachii inspastic cerebral palsy

      BRAIN
    24. MIADOKOVA I; KELLO V; SADLEJ AJ
      STANDARDIZED BASIS-SETS FOR HIGH-LEVEL-CORRELATED RELATIVISTIC CALCULATIONS OF ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR ELECTRIC PROPERTIES IN THE SPIN-AVERAGED DOUGLAS-KROLL APPROXIMATION .2. GROUPS IA AND IIA

      Theoretical chemistry accounts
    25. FLOETER MK; KOHN AF
      H-REFLEXES OF DIFFERENT SIZES EXHIBIT DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY TO LOW-FREQUENCY DEPRESSION

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    26. BRITTAIN HG
      FOUNDATIONS OF CHEMICAL MICROSCOPY .1. SOLID-STATE CHARACTERIZATION OF 5-NITROBARBITURIC ACID (DILITURIC ACID) AND ITS COMPLEXES WITH GROUPIA AND GROUP IIA CATIONS

      Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis
    27. LERAY D; CLARAC F; CATTAERT D
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE SENSORY-MOTOR PATHWAY OF RESISTANCE REFLEXIN CRAYFISH - II - INTEGRATION OF SENSORY INPUTS IN MOTOR-NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    28. DESSEM D; DONGA R; LUO PF
      PRIMARY-LIKE AND SECONDARY-LIKE JAW-MUSCLE SPINDLE AFFERENTS HAVE CHARACTERISTIC TOPOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTIONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    29. NAKAGAWA S; KURATA S; YOSHIDA A; NAGASE Y; MORITANI M; TAKEMURA M; BAE YC; SHIGENAGA Y
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL OBSERVATIONS OF SYNAPTIC CONNECTIONS OF VIBRISSA AFFERENT TERMINALS IN CAT PRINCIPAL SENSORY NUCLEUS AND MORPHOMETRY OF RELATED SYNAPTIC ELEMENTS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    30. QUEVEDO J; EGUIBAR JR; LOMELI J; RUDOMIN P
      PATTERNS OF CONNECTIVITY OF SPINAL INTERNEURONS WITH SINGLE MUSCLE AFFERENTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    31. ROSSI A; DECCHI B
      CHANGES IN IB HETERONYMOUS INHIBITION TO SOLEUS MOTONEURONS DURING CUTANEOUS AND MUSCLE NOCICEPTIVE STIMULATION IN HUMANS

      Brain research
    32. VIDYBIDA AK
      NEURON AS TIME COHERENCE DISCRIMINATOR

      Biological cybernetics
    33. WILKINSON RS; SON YJ; LUNIN SD
      RELEASE PROPERTIES OF ISOLATED NEUROMUSCULAR BOUTONS OF THE GARTER SNAKE

      Journal of physiology
    34. MIN MY; APPENTENG K
      MULTIMODAL DISTRIBUTION OF AMPLITUDES OF MINIATURE AND SPONTANEOUS EPSPS RECORDED IN RAT TRIGEMINAL MOTONEURONS

      Journal of physiology
    35. HOLMBERG P; KELLERTH JO
      PHYSIOLOGICAL ADJUSTMENTS IN A REFLEX PATHWAY FOLLOWING PARTIAL LOSS OF TARGET NEURONS

      Brain research
    36. MILE B; SILLMAN PD
      MAGNETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GEOMETRY AND CHEMISTRY OF SMALL METAL-CLUSTERS

      Magnetic resonance in chemistry
    37. MONTOYA M; ANDERSON TJ; RUNGE K
      THE CALCULATION OF LIQUID-VAPOR-EQUILIBRIUM FOR GROUP IA AND GROUP IIA METALS

      Physics and chemistry of liquids
    38. CHARPIER S; BEHRENDS JC; TRILLER A; FABER DS; KORN H
      LATENT INHIBITORY CONNECTIONS BECOME FUNCTIONAL DURING ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT PLASTICITY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    39. ROSSI A; DECCHI B
      CUTANEOUS NOCICEPTIVE FACILITATION OF IB HETERONYMOUS PATHWAYS TO LOWER-LIMB MOTONEURONS IN HUMANS

      Brain research
    40. CHENG J; BROOKE JD; MISIASZEK JE; STAINES WR
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE KINEMATICS OF PASSIVE MOVEMENT, THE STRETCH OF EXTENSOR MUSCLES OF THE LEG AND THE CHANGE INDUCED IN THE GAIN OF THE SOLEUS-H REFLEX IN HUMANS

      Brain research
    41. JOHNSON BR; PECK JH; HARRISWARRICK RM
      DIFFERENTIAL MODULATION OF CHEMICAL AND ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS OF MIXED SYNAPSES IN THE LOBSTER STOMATOGASTRIC GANGLION

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    42. ANGEL MJ; FYDA D; MCCREA DA; SHEFCHYK SJ
      PRIMARY AFFERENT DEPOLARIZATION OF CAT PUDENDAL AFFERENTS DURING MICTURITION AND SEGMENTAL AFFERENT STIMULATION

      Journal of physiology
    43. PINCO M; LEVTOV A
      SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION BETWEEN VENTROLATERAL FUNICULUS AXONS AND LUMBAR MOTONEURONS IN THE ISOLATED SPINAL-CORD OF THE NEONATAL RAT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    44. MENDELL LM; COLLINS WF; MUNSON JB
      RETROGRADE DETERMINATION OF MOTONEURON PROPERTIES AND THEIR SYNAPTIC INPUT

      Journal of neurobiology
    45. DAVIS GW; MURPHEY RK
      RETROGRADE SIGNALING AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSMITTER RELEASE PROPERTIES IN THE INVERTEBRATE NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Journal of neurobiology
    46. TATSUMI Y; KIMURA F; FUJIWARA K
      EFFECTS OF SUBSTITUTION BY GROUP IA AND IIIA ELEMENTS ON SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF YBA2CU3OY

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 2-LETTERS
    47. HESSLER NA; SHIRKE AM; MALINOW R
      THE PROBABILITY OF TRANSMITTER RELEASE AT A MAMMALIAN CENTRAL SYNAPSE

      Nature
    48. CURTIS JC; APPENTENG K
      THE ELECTRICAL GEOMETRY, ELECTRICAL-PROPERTIES AND SYNAPTIC CONNECTIONS ONTO RAT V-MOTONEURONS INVITRO

      Journal of physiology
    49. PINCO M; LEVTOV A
      MODULATION OF MONOSYNAPTIC EXCITATION IN THE NEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of neurophysiology


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