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    1. Streit, J; Tscherter, A; Heuschke, MO; Renaud, P
      The generation of rhythmic activity in dissociated cultures of rat spinal cord

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Takakusaki, K; Kohyama, J; Matsuyama, K; Mori, S
      Medullary reticulospinal tract mediating the generalized motor inhibition in cats: Parallel inhibitory mechanisms acting on motoneurons and on interneuronal transmission in reflex pathways

      NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Lai, YY; Kodama, T; Siegel, JM
      Changes in monoamine release in the ventral horn and hypoglossal nucleus linked to pontine inhibition of muscle tone: An in vivo microdialysis study

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Sandrini, G; Milanov, I; Rossi, B; Murri, L; Alfonsi, E; Moglia, A; Nappi, G
      Effects of sleep on spinal nociceptive reflexes in humans

      SLEEP
    5. Krawitz, S; Fedirchuk, B; Dai, Y; Jordan, LM; McCrea, DA
      State-dependent hyperpolarization of voltage threshold enhances motoneurone excitability during fictive locomotion in the cat

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    6. Keefer, EW; Gramowski, A; Gross, GW
      NMDA receptor-dependent periodic oscillations in cultured spinal cord networks

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Xi, MC; Morales, FR; Chase, MH
      The motor inhibitory system operating during active sleep is tonically suppressed by GABAergic mechanisms during other states

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. MacLean, JN; Schmidt, BJ
      Voltage-sensitivity of motoneuron NMDA receptor channels is modulated by serotonin in the neonatal rat spinal cord

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Svirskis, G; Gutman, A; Hounsgaard, J
      Electrotonic structure of motoneurons in the spinal cord of the turtle: Inferences for the mechanisms of bistability

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    10. McLean, DL; Sillar, KT
      Spatiotemporal pattern of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate-diaphorase reactivity in the developing central nervous system of premetamorphic Xenopus laevis tadpoles

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    11. Engelhardt, JK; Chase, MH
      Neuronal network analysis based on arrival times of active-sleep specific inhibitory postsynaptic potentials in spinal cord motoneurons of the cat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Monks, DA; Watson, NV
      N-cadherin expression in motoneurons is directly regulated by androgens: agenetic mosaic analysis in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Carlin, KP; Jones, KE; Jiang, Z; Jordan, LM; Brownstone, RM
      Dendritic L-type calcium currents in mouse spinal motoneurons: implications for bistability

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    14. Kiehn, O; Kjaerulff, O; Tresch, MC; Harris-Warrick, RM
      Contributions of intrinsic motor neuron properties to the production of rhythmic motor output in the mammalian spinal cord

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    15. Novikov, LN; Novikova, LN; Holmberg, P; Kellerth, JO
      Exogenous brain-derived neurotrophic factor regulates the synaptic composition of axonally lesioned and normal adult rat motoneurons

      NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Funk, GD; Parkis, MA; Selvaratnam, SR; Robinson, DM; Miles, GB; Peebles, KC
      Synaptic control of motoneuron excitability in rodents: From months to milliseconds

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Johnson, SM; Mitchell, GS
      Activity-dependent plasticity of descending synaptic inputs to spinal motoneurons in an in vitro turtle brainstem-spinal cord preparation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Saint-Amant, L; Drapeau, P
      Motoneuron activity patterns related to the earliest behavior of the zebrafish embryo

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Chang, Q; Balice-Gordon, RJ
      Gap junctional communication among developing and injured motor neurons

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    20. LaGuardia, JJ; Cohrs, RJ; Gilden, DH
      Numbers of neurons and non-neuronal cells in human trigeminal ganglia

      NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
    21. Gorassini, M; Eken, T; Bennett, DJ; Kiehn, O; Hultborn, H
      Activity of hindlimb motor units during locomotion in the conscious rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    22. Cina, C; Hochman, S
      Diffuse distribution of sulforhodamine-labeled neurons during serotonin-evoked locomotion in the neonatal rat thoracolumbar spinal cord

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    23. Fung, SJ; Yamuy, J; Xi, MC; Engelhardt, JK; Morales, FR; Chase, MH
      Changes in electrophysiological properties of cat hypoglossal motoneurons during carbachol-induced motor inhibition

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Bertrand, S; Cazalets, JR
      Presynaptic GABAergic control of the locomotor drive in the isolated spinal cord of neonatal rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Jiang, Z; Rempel, J; Li, J; Sawchuk, MA; Carlin, KP; Brownstone, RM
      Development of L-type calcium channels and a nifedipine-sensitive motor activity in the postnatal mouse spinal cord

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Ye, Z; Wimalawansa, SJ; Westlund, KN
      Receptor for calcitonin gene-related peptide: Localization in the dorsal and ventral spinal cord

      NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Morales, FR; Sampogna, S; Yamuy, J; Chase, MH
      c-fos Expression in brainstem premotor interneurons during cholinergicallyinduced active sleep in the cat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Stuart, DG
      The segmental motor system - advances, issues, and possibilities

      PERIPHERAL AND SPINAL MECHANISMS IN THE NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT
    29. Kernell, D
      Repetitive impulse firing in motoneurons: facts and perspectives

      PERIPHERAL AND SPINAL MECHANISMS IN THE NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT
    30. Delgado-Lezama, R; Hounsgaard, J
      Adapting motoneurons for motor behavior

      PERIPHERAL AND SPINAL MECHANISMS IN THE NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT
    31. Ballerini, L; Galante, M; Grandolfo, M; Nistri, A
      Generation of rhythmic patterns of activity by ventral interneurones in rat organotypic spinal slice culture

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    32. Prime, L; Pichon, Y; Moore, LE
      N-methyl-D-aspartate-induced oscillations in whole cell clamped neurons from the isolated spinal cord of Xenopus laevis embryos

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    33. Simon, M; Horcholle-Bossavit, G
      Glycine- and GABA-immunoreactive nerve terminals apposed to alpha-motoneurons during postnatal development in kittens: a quantitative study using thedisector

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    34. Ishizawa, K; Komori, T; Okayama, K; Qin, X; Kaneko, K; Sasaki, S; Iwata, M
      Large motor neuron involvement in stiff-man syndrome: a qualitative and quantitative study

      ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA
    35. KULLBERG S; RAMIREZLEON V; JOHNSON H; ULFHAKE B
      DECREASED AXOSOMATIC INPUT TO MOTONEURONS AND ASTROGLIOSIS IN THE SPINAL-CORD OF AGED RATS

      The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences
    36. REITH CA; SILLAR KT
      A ROLE FOR SLOW NMDA RECEPTOR-MEDIATED, INTRINSIC NEURONAL OSCILLATIONS IN THE CONTROL OF FAST FICTIVE SWIMMING IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS LARVAE

      European journal of neuroscience
    37. JAN MH; WANG SF; CHENG CK; CHEN CY; SULLIVAN PE
      GAIN OF MUSCLE TORQUE AT LOW AND HIGH-SPEED AFTER ISOKINETIC KNEE STRENGTHENING PROGRAM IN HEALTHY-YOUNG AND OLDER ADULTS

      Journal of the Formosan Medical Association
    38. KOHLMEIER KA; LOPEZRODRIGUEZ F; MORALES FR; CHASE MH
      EFFECTS OF EXCITATION OF SENSORY PATHWAYS ON THE MEMBRANE-POTENTIAL OF CAT MASSETER MOTONEURONS BEFORE AND DURING CHOLINERGICALLY INDUCED MOTOR ATONIA

      Neuroscience
    39. KOHYAMA J; LAI YY; SIEGEL JM
      RETICULOSPINAL SYSTEMS MEDIATE ATONIA WITH SHORT AND LONG LATENCIES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    40. HSIAO CF; DELNEGRO CA; TRUEBLOOD PR; CHANDLER SH
      IONIC BASIS FOR SEROTONIN-INDUCED BISTABLE MEMBRANE-PROPERTIES IN GUINEA-PIG TRIGEMINAL MOTONEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    41. BRACCI E; BEATO M; NISTRI A
      EXTRACELLULAR K-LIKE PATTERNS IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD IN-VITRO - COMPARISON WITH NMDA OR 5-HT INDUCED ACTIVITY( INDUCES LOCOMOTOR)

      Journal of neurophysiology
    42. SCRYMGEOURWEDDERBURN JF; REITH CA; SILLAR KT
      VOLTAGE OSCILLATIONS IN XENOPUS SPINAL-CORD NEURONS - DEVELOPMENTAL ONSET AND DEPENDENCE ON COACTIVATION OF NMDA AND 5HT RECEPTORS

      European journal of neuroscience
    43. KOHLMEIER KA; LOPEZRODRIGUEZ F; CHASE MH
      STRYCHNINE BLOCKS INHIBITORY POSTSYNAPTIC POTENTIALS ELICITED IN MASSETER MOTONEURONS BY SENSORY STIMULI DURING CARBACHOL-INDUCED MOTOR ATONIA

      Neuroscience
    44. NACIMIENTO W
      SPASTICITY - PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, CLINIC AND PHARMACOTHERAPY .1. MORPHOLOGICAL-STUDIES ON THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

      Aktuelle Neurologie
    45. KOHLMEIER KA; LOPEZRODRIGUEZ F; MORALES FR; CHASE MH
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SENSORY STIMULI-ELICITED IPSPS IN MOTONEURONS AND PGO WAVES DURING CHOLINERGICALLY INDUCED MUSCLE ATONIA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    46. XI MC; YAMUY J; LIU RH; MORALES FR; CHASE MH
      DORSAL SPINOCEREBELLAR TRACT NEURONS ARE NOT SUBJECTED TO POSTSYNAPTIC INHIBITION DURING CARBACHOL-INDUCED MOTOR INHIBITION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    47. BRACCI E; BEATO M; NISTRI A
      AFFERENT INPUTS MODULATE THE ACTIVITY OF A RHYTHMIC BURST GENERATOR IN THE RAT DISINHIBITED SPINAL-CORD IN-VITRO

      Journal of neurophysiology
    48. KRENZ NR; WEAVER LC
      CGRP EXPRESSION INCREASES IN THE VENTRAL HORN ROSTRAL TO SPINAL-CORD TRANSECTION

      NeuroReport
    49. FERN R; CONNOLLY GP; HARRISON PJ
      EVIDENCE FOR FUNCTIONAL COACTIVATION OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTORS BY GLYCINE

      NeuroReport
    50. SOJA PJ; FRAGOSO MC; CAIRNS BE; JIA WG
      DORSAL SPINOCEREBELLAR TRACT NEURONS IN THE CHRONIC INTACT CAT DURINGWAKEFULNESS AND SLEEP - ANALYSIS OF SPONTANEOUS SPIKE ACTIVITY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    51. CAIRNS BE; FRAGOSO MC; SOJA PJ
      ACTIVE-SLEEP-RELATED SUPPRESSION OF FELINE TRIGEMINAL SENSORY NEURONS- EVIDENCE IMPLICATING PRESYNAPTIC INHIBITION VIA A PROCESS OF PRIMARY AFFERENT DEPOLARIZATION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    52. KOHLMEIER KA; LOPEZRODRIGUEZ F; LIU RH; MORALES FR; CHASE MH
      STATE-DEPENDENT PHENOMENA IN CAT MASSETER MOTONEURONS

      Brain research
    53. NACIMIENTO W; SCHLOZER B; BROOK GA; TOTH L; TOPPER R; NOTH J; KREUTZBERG GW
      TRANSIENT DECREASE OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE IN VENTRAL HORN NEURONS CAUDAL TO A LOW THORACIC SPINAL-CORD HEMISECTION IN THE ADULT-RAT

      Brain research
    54. TERAO S; SOBUE G; HASHIZUME Y; LI M; INAGAKI T; MITSUMA T
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN HUMAN SPINAL VENTRAL HORN CELLS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE LOSS OF SMALL NEURONS IN THE INTERMEDIATE ZONE - A QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS

      Acta Neuropathologica
    55. PALKOVITS M
      NEUROPEPTIDE MESSENGER PLASTICITY IN THE CNS NEURONS FOLLOWING AXOTOMY

      Molecular neurobiology
    56. HASHIZUME K; KANDA K
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF AGING ON MOTONEURONS AND PERIPHERAL-NERVES INNERVATING THE HINDLIMB AND FORELIMB MUSCLES OF RATS

      Neuroscience research
    57. SOJA PJ; FRAGOSO MC; CAIRNS BE; OKA JI
      DORSAL SPINOCEREBELLAR TRACT NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN THE INTACT CHRONIC CAT

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    58. CARP JS; WOLPAW JR
      MOTONEURON PROPERTIES AFTER OPERANTLY CONDITIONED INCREASE IN PRIMATEH-REFLEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    59. KOUCHTIR N; PERRIER JF; ZYTNICKI D; JAMI L
      CONTRACTION-INDUCED EXCITATION IN CAT PERONEAL MOTONEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    60. MILLER JF; PAUL KD; JIANG B; RYMER WZ; HECKMAN CJ
      EFFECT OF REVERSIBLE DORSAL COLD BLOCK ON THE PERSISTENCE OF INHIBITION GENERATED BY SPINAL REFLEXES

      Experimental Brain Research
    61. KOHYAMA J; SHIMOHIRA M; HASEGAWA T; KOUJI T; IWAKAWA Y
      PHASIC MOTOR-ACTIVITY REDUCTION OCCURRING WITH HORIZONTAL RAPID EYE-MOVEMENTS DURING ACTIVE SLEEP IN HUMAN

      Experimental Brain Research
    62. LOPEZRODRIGUEZ F; KOHLMEIER KA; YAMUY J; MORALES FR; CHASE MH
      MUSCLE ATONIA CAN BE INDUCED BY CARBACHOL INJECTIONS INTO THE NUCLEUSPONTIS ORALIS IN CATS ANESTHETIZED WITH ALPHA-CHLORALOSE

      Brain research
    63. ENGELHARDT JK; MORALES FR; CASTILLO PE; PEDROARENA C; POSE I; CHASE MH
      EXPERIMENTAL-ANALYSIS OF THE METHOD OF PEELING EXPONENTIALS FOR MEASURING PASSIVE ELECTRICAL-PROPERTIES OF MAMMALIAN MOTONEURONS

      Brain research
    64. NACIMIENTO W; SAPPOK T; BROOK GA; TOTH L; SCHOEN SW; NOTH J; KREUTZBERG GW
      STRUCTURAL-CHANGES OF ANTERIOR HORN NEURONS AND THEIR SYNAPTIC INPUT CAUDAL TO A LOW THORACIC SPINAL-CORD HEMISECTION IN THE ADULT-RAT - A LIGHT AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC STUDY

      Acta Neuropathologica
    65. KOHYAMA J; SHIMOHIRA M; KONDO S; FUKURO S; KOUJI T; SUGIMOTO J; IWAKAWA Y
      MOTOR DISTURBANCE DURING REM-SLEEP IN GROUP-A XERODERMA-PIGMENTOSUM

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    66. LANNES B; MICHELETTI G
      FUNCTIONAL-RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MOTOR AND SLEEP-WAKEFULNESS CONTROLS

      Neurophysiologie clinique
    67. MELINEK R; HOLETS VR; PUCKETT WR; KREGER H; BUNGE RP
      CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE (CGRP)-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN MOTONEURONS OF THE HUMAN SPINAL-CORD FOLLOWING INJURY

      Journal of neurotrauma
    68. KOHYAMA J; SHIMOHIRA M; IWAKAWA Y
      BRAIN-STEM CONTROL OF PHASIC MUSCLE-ACTIVITY DURING REM-SLEEP - A REVIEW AND HYPOTHESIS

      Brain & development
    69. CARP JS; WOLPAW JR
      MOTONEURON PLASTICITY UNDERLYING OPERANTLY CONDITIONED DECREASE IN PRIMATE H-REFLEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    70. FORSGREN S; FRANZEN L; LIANG Y; GUSTAFSSON H; HENRIKSSON R
      EFFECTS OF IRRADIATION ON NEUROPEPTIDE EXPRESSION IN RAT SALIVARY-GLAND AND SPINAL-CORD

      Histochemical Journal
    71. TAKAKUSAKI K; SHIMODA N; MATSUYAMA K; MORI S
      DISCHARGE PROPERTIES OF MEDULLARY RETICULOSPINAL NEURONS DURING POSTURAL CHANGES INDUCED BY INTRAPONTINE INJECTIONS OF CARBACHOL, ATROPINE AND SEROTONIN, AND THEIR FUNCTIONAL LINKAGES TO HINDLIMB MOTONEURONS IN CATS

      Experimental Brain Research
    72. PEDROARENA C; CASTILLO P; CHASE MH; MORALES FR
      THE CONTROL OF JAW-OPENER MOTONEURONS DURING ACTIVE SLEEP

      Brain research
    73. LOPEZRODRIGUEZ F; KOHLMEIER K; MORALES FR; CHASE MH
      STATE DEPENDENCY OF THE EFFECTS OF MICROINJECTION OF CHOLINERGIC DRUGS INTO THE NUCLEUS PONTIS ORALIS

      Brain research
    74. WALLIS DI
      5-HT RECEPTORS INVOLVED IN INITIATION OR MODULATION OF MOTOR PATTERNS- OPPORTUNITIES FOR DRUG DEVELOPMENT

      Trends in pharmacological sciences
    75. PIEHL F; ARVIDSSON U; JOHNSON H; CULLHEIM S; DAGERLIND A; ULFHAKE B; CAO Y; ELDE R; PETTERSSON RF; TERENIUS L; HOKFELT T
      GAP-43, AFGF, CCK AND ALPHA-CGRP AND BETA-CGRP IN RAT SPINAL MOTONEURONS SUBJECTED TO AXOTOMY AND OR DORSAL-ROOT SEVERANCE

      European journal of neuroscience
    76. KOHYAMA J; KOHJI T; SHIMOHIRA M; IWAKAWA Y
      PHASIC LOSS OF INTERCOSTAL MUSCLE-ACTIVITY OCCURRING WITH RAPID EYE-MOVEMENTS DURING REM-SLEEP

      Neuroscience letters
    77. YAMUY J; MANCILLAS JR; MORALES FR; CHASE MH
      C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE PONS AND MEDULLA OF THE CAT DURING CARBACHOL-INDUCED ACTIVE SLEEP

      The Journal of neuroscience
    78. WANG XH; IANNUZZELLI PG; MURPHY EH
      CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE INCREASES FOLLOWING AXOTOMY OF TROCHLEAR MOTONEURONS

      Experimental neurology


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