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    1. Bourgeais, L; Gauriau, C; Bernard, JF
      Projections from the nociceptive area of the central nucleus of the amygdala to the forebrain: a PHA-L study in the rat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. McIlveen, SA; Hayes, SG; Kaufman, MP
      Both central command and exercise pressor reflex reset carotid sinus baroreflex

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Garcia-Rill, E; Skinner, RD; Miyazato, H; Homma, Y
      Pedunculopontine stimulation induces prolonged activation of pontine reticular neurons

      NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Kitamura, M; Ikeda, H; Koshikawa, N; Cools, AR
      GABA(A) agents injected into the ventral pallidum differentially affect dopaminergic pivoting and cholinergic circling elicited from the shell of thenucleus accumbens

      NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Klemm, WR
      Behavioral arrest: in search of the neural control system

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    6. Jung, ME; Depoortere, R; Oglesby, MW
      Use of negatively reinforcing electrical brain stimulation to detect conventional and nonconventional anxiolytics as well as an anxiogenic drug

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    7. Buss, RR; Drapeau, P
      Synaptic drive to motoneurons during fictive swimming in the developing zebrafish

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Dong, HW; Petrovich, GD; Watts, AG; Swanson, LW
      Basic organization of projections from the oval and fusiform nuclei of thebed nuclei of the stria terminalis in adult rat brain

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    9. Sewards, TV; Sewards, MA
      Visual awareness due to neuronal activities in subcortical structures: A proposal

      CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION
    10. Lee, MS; Rinne, JO; Marsden, CD
      The pedunculopontine nucleus: Its role in the genesis of movement disorders

      YONSEI MEDICAL JOURNAL
    11. Matsumura, M; Nambu, A; Yamaji, Y; Watanabe, K; Imai, H; Inase, M; Tokuno, H; Takada, M
      Organization of somatic motor inputs from the frontal lobe to the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus in the macaque monkey

      NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Semba, K
      Multiple output pathways of the basal forebrain: organization, chemical heterogeneity, and roles in vigilance

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Podhorna, J; Franklin, KBJ
      Pontine tegmentum lesions increase anxiety-like behavior in rats: A comparison with anxiety produced by beta-CCE

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    14. Pahapill, PA; Lozano, AM
      The pedunculopontine nucleus and Parkinson's disease

      BRAIN
    15. N'Gouemo, P; Faingold, CL
      The periaqueductal grey is a critical site in the neuronal network for audiogenic seizures: modulation by GABA(A), NMDA and opioid receptors

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    16. Chakravarty, DN; Faingold, CL
      Differential roles in the neuronal network for audiogenic seizures are observed among the inferior colliculus subnuclei and the amygdala

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    17. Carlson, JD; Pearlstein, RD; Buchholz, J; Iacono, RP; Maeda, G
      Regional metabolic changes in the pedunculopontine nucleus of unilateral 6-hydroxydopamine Parkinson's model rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    18. Faingold, C; Casebeer, D
      Modulation of the audiogenic seizure network by noradrenergic and glutamatergic receptors of the deep layers of superior colliculus

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Faingold, CL; Randall, ME
      Neurons in the deep layers of superior colliculus play a critical role in the neuronal network for audiogenic seizures: mechanisms for production of wild running behavior

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. ZAHM DS
      IS THE CAUDOMEDIAL SHELL OF THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS PART OF THE EXTENDED AMYGDALA - A CONSIDERATION OF CONNECTIONS

      Critical reviews in neurobiology
    21. OLMSTEAD MC; MUNN EM; FRANKLIN KBJ; WISE RA
      EFFECTS OF PEDUNCULOPONTINE TEGMENTAL NUCLEUS LESIONS ON RESPONDING FOR INTRAVENOUS HEROIN UNDER DIFFERENT SCHEDULES OF REINFORCEMENT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    22. BECHARA A; NADER K; VANDERKOOY D
      A 2-SEPARATE-MOTIVATIONAL-SYSTEMS HYPOTHESIS OF OPIOID ADDICTION

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    23. BURITOVA J; BESSON JM; BERNARD JF
      INVOLVEMENT OF THE SPINOPARABRACHIAL PATHWAY IN INFLAMMATORY NOCICEPTIVE PROCESSES - A C-FOS PROTEIN STUDY IN THE AWAKE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    24. GROFOVA I; ZHOU M
      NIGRAL INNERVATION OF CHOLINERGIC AND GLUTAMATERGIC CELLS IN THE RAT MESOPONTINE TEGMENTUM - LIGHT AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC ANTEROGRADE TRACING AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDIES

      Journal of comparative neurology
    25. FEDIRCHUK B; NIELSEN J; PETERSEN N; HULTBORN H
      PHARMACOLOGICALLY EVOKED FICTIVE MOTOR PATTERNS IN THE ACUTELY SPINALIZED MARMOSET MONKEY (CALLITHRIX-JACCHUS)

      Experimental Brain Research
    26. ADREANI CM; HILL JM; KAUFMAN MP
      RESPONSES OF GROUP-III AND GROUP-IV MUSCLE AFFERENTS TO DYNAMIC EXERCISE

      Journal of applied physiology
    27. PRIBE C; GROSSBERG S; COHEN MA
      NEURAL CONTROL OF INTERLIMB OSCILLATIONS .2. BIPED AND QUADRUPED GAITS AND BIFURCATIONS

      Biological cybernetics
    28. HEIMER L; HARLAN RE; ALHEID GF; GARCIA MM; DEOLMOS J
      SUBSTANTIA INNOMINATA - A NOTION WHICH IMPEDES CLINICAL-ANATOMICAL CORRELATIONS IN NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS

      Neuroscience
    29. KORZENIEWSKA A; KASICKI S; ZAGRODZKA J
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF THE LIMBIC-MOTOR INTERACTIONS IN VARIOUS BEHAVIORAL STATES IN RATS

      Behavioural brain research
    30. RISOLD PY; SWANSON LW
      CONNECTIONS OF THE RAT LATERAL SEPTAL COMPLEX

      Brain research reviews
    31. HERNANDEZGONZALEZ M; GUEVARA MA; MORALI G; CERVANTES M
      SUBCORTICAL MULTIPLE-UNIT ACTIVITY CHANGES DURING RAT MALE SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR

      Physiology & behavior
    32. CHONG RKY; BEDFORD TG
      HEART-RATE, BLOOD-PRESSURE, AND RUNNING SPEED RESPONSES TO MESENCEPHALIC LOCOMOTOR REGION STIMULATION IN ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Pflugers Archiv
    33. BESTER H; MATSUMOTO N; BESSON JM; BERNARD JF
      FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE SPINOPARABRACHIAL PATHWAYIN NOCICEPTIVE PROCESSES - A C-FOS STUDY IN THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    34. BESTER H; BESSON JM; BERNARD JF
      ORGANIZATION OF EFFERENT PROJECTIONS FROM THE PARABRACHIAL AREA TO THE HYPOTHALAMUS - A PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS-LEUKOAGGLUTININ STUDY IN THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    35. MIWA H; FUWA T; YOKOCHI M; NISHI K; MIZUNO Y
      INJECTION OF A GABA ANTAGONIST INTO THE MESOPONTINE RETICULAR-FORMATION ABOLISHES HALOPERIDOL-INDUCED CATALEPSY IN RATS

      NeuroReport
    36. IKEMOTO S; PANKSEPP J
      DISSOCIATIONS BETWEEN APPETITIVE AND CONSUMMATORY RESPONSES BY PHARMACOLOGICAL MANIPULATIONS OF REWARD-RELEVANT BRAIN-REGIONS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    37. ALLEN LF; INGLIS WL; WINN P
      IS THE CUNEIFORM NUCLEUS A CRITICAL COMPONENT OF THE MESENCEPHALIC LOCOMOTOR REGION - AN EXAMINATION OF THE EFFECTS OF EXCITOTOXIC LESIONS OF THE CUNEIFORM NUCLEUS ON SPONTANEOUS AND NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS INDUCED LOCOMOTION

      Brain research bulletin
    38. BRUDZYNSKI SM; WANG D
      C-FOS IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF NEURONS IN THE MESENCEPHALIC LOCOMOTOR REGION IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Neuroscience
    39. KING SM; SHEHAB S; DEAN P; REDGRAVE P
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE DESCENDING PROJECTIONS OF SUPERIOR COLLICULUS AFTER ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION IN THE RAT

      Behavioural brain research
    40. MURRAY B; SHIZGAL P
      PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES OF CONDUCTION-VELOCITY AND REFRACTORY PERIOD FOR PUTATIVE REWARD-RELEVANT MFB AXONS ARISING IN THE ROSTRAL MFB

      Physiology & behavior
    41. TANSEY KE; BOTTERMAN BR
      ACTIVATION OF TYPE-IDENTIFIED MOTOR UNITS DURING CENTRALLY EVOKED CONTRACTIONS IN THE CAT MEDIAL GASTROCNEMIUS-MUSCLE .1. MOTOR-UNIT RECRUITMENT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    42. VERTES RP; CRANE AM
      DESCENDING PROJECTIONS OF THE POSTERIOR NUCLEUS OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS -PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS-LEUKOAGGLUTININ ANALYSIS IN THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    43. MORI S; MATSUYAMA K; MIYASHITA E; NAKAJIMA K; ASANOME M
      BASIC NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF PRIMATE LOCOMOTION

      Folia primatologica
    44. ILES JF; NICOLOPOULOSSTOURNARAS S
      FICTIVE LOCOMOTION IN THE ADULT DECEREBRATE RAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    45. MCCREA DA
      SUPRASPINAL AND SEGMENTAL INTERACTIONS

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    46. WU M; HRYCYSHYN AW; BRUDZYNSKI SM
      SUBPALLIDAL OUTPUTS TO THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS AND THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA - ANATOMICAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES

      Brain research
    47. MA JY; BRUDZYNSKI SM; LEUNG LWS
      INVOLVEMENT OF THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS VENTRAL PALLIDAL PATHWAY IN POSTICTAL BEHAVIOR INDUCED BY A HIPPOCAMPAL AFTERDISCHARGE IN RATS

      Brain research
    48. REESE NB; GARCIARILL E; SKINNER RD
      AUDITORY INPUT TO THE PEDUNCULOPONTINE NUCLEUS .1. EVOKED-POTENTIALS

      Brain research bulletin
    49. REESE NB; GARCIARILL E; SKINNER RD
      AUDITORY INPUT TO THE PEDUNCULOPONTINE NUCLEUS .2. UNIT RESPONSES

      Brain research bulletin
    50. BOIX F; SANDOR P; NOGUEIRA PJC; HUSTON JP; SCHWARTING RKW
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DOPAMINE RELEASE IN NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS AND PLACE PREFERENCE INDUCED BY SUBSTANCE-P INJECTED INTO THE NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS REGION

      Neuroscience
    51. REESE NB; GARCIARILL E; SKINNER RD
      THE PEDUNCULOPONTINE NUCLEUS - AUDITORY INPUT, AROUSAL AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

      Progress in neurobiology
    52. INGLIS WL; WINN P
      THE PEDUNCULOPONTINE TEGMENTAL NUCLEUS - WHERE THE STRIATUM MEETS THERETICULAR-FORMATION

      Progress in neurobiology
    53. NOGA BR; FORTIER PA; KRIELLAARS DJ; DAI X; DETILLIEUX GR; JORDAN LM
      FIELD POTENTIAL MAPPING OF NEURONS IN THE LUMBAR SPINAL-CORD ACTIVATED FOLLOWING STIMULATION OF THE MESENCEPHALIC LOCOMOTOR REGION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    54. IWAKIRI H; OKA T; TAKAKUSAKI K; MORI S
      STIMULUS EFFECTS OF THE MEDIAL PONTINE RETICULAR-FORMATION AND THE MESENCEPHALIC LOCOMOTOR REGION UPON MEDULLARY RETICULOSPINAL NEURONS IN ACUTE DECEREBRATE CATS

      Neuroscience research
    55. PARKER JL; VANDERKOOY D
      TEGMENTAL PEDUNCULOPONTINE NUCLEUS LESIONS DO NOT BLOCK COCAINE REWARD

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    56. BESTER H; MENENDEZ L; BESSON JM; BERNARD JF
      SPINE(TRIGEMINO) PARABRACHIOHYPOTHALAMIC PATHWAY - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR AN INVOLVEMENT IN PAIN PROCESSES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    57. BERNARD JF; DALLEL R; RABOISSON P; VILLANUEVA L; LEBARS D
      ORGANIZATION OF THE EFFERENT PROJECTIONS FROM THE SPINAL CERVICAL ENLARGEMENT TO THE PARABRACHIAL AREA AND PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY - A PHA-L STUDY IN THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    58. NOGA BR; JANKOWSKA E; SKOOG B
      DEPRESSION OF TRANSMISSION FROM GROUP-II MUSCLE AFFERENTS BY ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THE CUNEIFORM NUCLEUS IN THE CAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    59. ALLEN LF; WINN P
      EXCITOTOXIC LESIONS OF THE PEDUNCULOPONTINE TEGMENTAL NUCLEUS DISINHIBIT OROFACIAL BEHAVIORS STIMULATED BY MICROINJECTIONS OF D-AMPHETAMINEINTO RAT VENTROLATERAL CAUDATE-PUTAMEN

      Experimental Brain Research
    60. BOOP FA; GARCIARILL E; DYKMAN R; SKINNER RD
      THE P-1 - INSIGHTS INTO ATTENTION AND AROUSAL

      Pediatric neurosurgery
    61. MASLOWSKICOBUZZI RJ; NAPIER TC
      ACTIVATION OF DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS MODULATES VENTRAL PALLIDAL RESPONSES EVOKED BY AMYGDALA STIMULATION

      Neuroscience
    62. MCCREA AE; STEHOUWER DJ; VANHARTESVELDT C
      L-DOPA-INDUCED AIR-STEPPING IN PREWEANLING RATS .1. EFFECTS OF DOSE AND AGE

      Developmental brain research
    63. KLITENICK MA; KALIVAS PW
      BEHAVIORAL AND NEUROCHEMICAL STUDIES OF OPIOID EFFECTS IN THE PEDUNCULOPONTINE NUCLEUS AND MEDIODORSAL THALAMUS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    64. RISOLD PY; CANTERAS NS; SWANSON LW
      ORGANIZATION OF PROJECTIONS FROM THE ANTERIOR HYPOTHALAMIC NUCLEUS - A PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS-LEUKOAGGLUTININ STUDY IN THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    65. KUNGEL M; EBERT U; HERBERT H; OSTWALD J
      SUBSTANCE-P AND OTHER PUTATIVE TRANSMITTERS MODULATE THE ACTIVITY OF RETICULAR PONTINE NEURONS - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDY

      Brain research
    66. OLMSTEAD MC; FRANKLIN KBJ
      LESIONS OF THE PEDUNCULOPONTINE TEGMENTAL NUCLEUS BLOCK DRUG-INDUCED REINFORCEMENT BUT NOT AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED LOCOMOTION

      Brain research
    67. KALIVAS PW; SORG BA; HOOKS MS
      THE PHARMACOLOGY AND NEURAL CIRCUITRY OF SENSITIZATION TO PSYCHOSTIMULANTS

      Behavioural pharmacology
    68. SPOOREN WPJM; VEENING JG; COOLS AR
      DESCENDING EFFERENT CONNECTIONS OF THE SUB-PALLIDAL AREAS IN THE CAT - PROJECTIONS TO THE SUBTHALAMIC NUCLEUS, THE HYPOTHALAMUS, AND THE MIDBRAIN

      Synapse
    69. WHITE LE; PRICE JL
      THE FUNCTIONAL-ANATOMY OF LIMBIC STATUS EPILEPTICUS IN THE RAT .1. PATTERNS OF C-14 2-DEOXYGLUCOSE UPTAKE AND FOS IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    70. OKA T; IWAKIRI H; MORI S
      PONTINE-INDUCED GENERALIZED SUPPRESSION OF POSTURAL MUSCLE TONE IN A REFLEXIVELY STANDING ACUTE DECEREBRATE CAT

      Neuroscience research
    71. FINN PD; DEVRIES GJ; YAHR P
      EFFERENT PROJECTIONS OF THE SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC AREA OF THE GERBIL HYPOTHALAMUS - ANTEROGRADE IDENTIFICATION AND RETROGRADE VERIFICATION IN MALES AND FEMALES

      Journal of comparative neurology
    72. BEM T; ORSAL D; CABELGUEN JM
      FICTIVE LOCOMOTION IN THE ADULT THALAMIC RAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    73. BRUDZYNSKI SM; WU M; MOGENSON GJ
      DECREASES IN RAT LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY AS A RESULT OF CHANGES IN SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION TO NEURONS WITHIN THE MESENCEPHALIC LOCOMOTOR REGION

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology


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