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    1. Okada, H; Honda, M; Ono, H
      Method for recording spinal reflexes in mice: Effects of thyrotropin-releasing hormone, DOI, tolperisone and baclofen on monosynaptic spinal reflex potentials

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    2. Hains, BC; Johnson, KM; McAdoo, DJ; Eaton, MJ; Hulsebosch, CE
      Engraftment of serotonergic precursors enhances locomotor function and attenuates chronic central pain behavior following spinal hemisection injury in the rat

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    3. Alvarez, FJ; Fyffe, REW; Dewey, DE; Haftel, VK; Cope, TC
      Factors regulating AMPA-type glutamate receptor subunit changes induced bysciatic nerve injury in rats

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    4. Kiernan, MC; Mogyoros, I; Burke, D
      Value of homonymous and heteronymous monosynaptic reflexes in the diagnosis and follow up of cervical spinal injuries

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Brocard, F; Vinay, L; Clarac, F
      Gradual development of the ventral funiculus input to lumbar motoneurons in the neonatal rat

      NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Vinay, L; Clarac, F
      Antidromic discharges of dorsal root afferents and inhibition of the lumbar monosynaptic reflex in the neonatal rat

      NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Inoue, M; Yamamura, K; Nakajima, T; Yamada, Y
      Changes in reflex responses of the masseter and digastric muscles during sleep in freely behaving rabbits

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    8. GOLLHOFER A; SCHOPP A; RAPP W; STROINIK V
      CHANGES IN REFLEX EXCITABILITY FOLLOWING ISOMETRIC CONTRACTION IN HUMANS

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    9. GOZARIU M; ROTH V; KEIME F; LEBARS D; WILLER JC
      AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION INTO THE MONOSYNAPTIC H-REFLEX IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    10. WADA N; KANDA Y; TAKAYAMA R
      NEURONAL PATHWAYS FROM FOOT PAD AFFERENTS TO HINDLIMB MOTONEURONS IN THE LOW SPINALIZED CATS

      Archives Italiennes de Biologie
    11. DESHPANDE SB; DASGUPTA S
      DIISOPROPYLFLUOROPHOSPHATE-INDUCED DEPRESSION OF SEGMENTAL MONOSYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN NEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD IS ALSO MEDIATED BY INCREASED AXONAL ACTIVITY

      Toxicology letters
    12. ABBRUZZESE M; MINATEL C; FAGA D; FAVALE E
      TESTING FOR PRESYNAPTIC AND POSTSYNAPTIC CHANGES IN THE SOLEUS-H REFLEX PATHWAY FOLLOWING SELECTIVE MUSCLE VIBRATION IN HUMANS

      Neuroscience letters
    13. SUN XF; HARADA Y; MIYATA Y
      INHIBITION OF SPINAL MONOSYNAPTIC REFLEX IN NEWBORN RATS BY AURINTRICARBOXYLIC ACID

      Neuroscience research
    14. INGLIS JT; MEUNIER S; LEEPER JB; BURKE D; GANDEVIA SC
      WEAK SHORT-LATENCY SPINAL PROJECTIONS TO THE LONG FLEXOR OF THE HUMANTHUMB

      Experimental Brain Research
    15. MAZZOCCHIO R; ROSSI A
      INVOLVEMENT OF SPINAL RECURRENT INHIBITION IN SPASTICITY - FURTHER INSIGHT INTO THE REGULATION OF RENSHAW CELL-ACTIVITY

      Brain
    16. BENNIS N; ROBYBRAMI A; DUFOSSE M; BUSSEL B
      ANTICIPATORY RESPONSES TO A SELF-APPLIED LOAD IN NORMAL SUBJECTS AND HEMIPARETIC PATIENTS

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    17. ERTEKIN C; MUNGAN B; ULUDAG B
      SACRAL CORD CONDUCTION TIME OF THE SOLEUS H-REFLEX

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    18. GOLAN H; TALPALAR AE; SCHLEIFSTEINATTIAS D; GROSSMAN Y
      GABA-METABOLISM CONTROLS INHIBITION EFFICACY IN THE MAMMALIAN CNS

      Neuroscience letters
    19. VINAY L; CLARAC F
      CGP-35348 AND CGP-55845A BLOCK THE BACLOFEN-INDUCED DEPRESSION OF DORSAL-ROOT EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN LUMBAR MOTONEURONS OF THE NEONATAL RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    20. NOZAKI D; NAKAZAWA K; YAMAMOTO Y
      SUPRASPINAL EFFECTS ON THE FRACTAL CORRELATION IN HUMAN H-REFLEX

      Experimental Brain Research
    21. KOBAYASHI H; HASEGAWA Y; ONO H
      CYCLOBENZAPRINE, A CENTRALLY ACTING MUSCLE-RELAXANT, ACTS ON DESCENDING SEROTONERGIC SYSTEMS

      European journal of pharmacology
    22. HASEGAWA Y; ONO H
      EFFECTS OF 8-OH-DPAT, A 5-HT1A RECEPTOR AGONIST, AND DOI, A 5-HT2A (2C) AGONIST, ON MONOSYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN SPINALIZED RATS/

      Brain research
    23. MILLER TA; MOGYOROS I; KIERNAN M; BURKE D
      REPRODUCIBILITY OF A HETERONYMOUS MONOSYNAPTIC REFLEX IN BICEPS BRACHII

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. HAMALAINEN MM; JYVASJARVI E; PERTOVAARA A
      CAN THE ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR AGONIST-MEDIATED SUPPRESSION OF NOCIFENSIVE REFLEX RESPONSES BE DUE TO ACTION ON MOTONEURONS OR PERIPHERAL NOCICEPTORS

      Neuroscience letters
    25. MILLER TA; MOGYOROS I; BURKE D
      HOMONYMOUS AND HETERONYMOUS MONOSYNAPTIC REFLEXES IN BICEPS BRACHII

      Muscle & nerve
    26. AYMARD C; KATZ R; LAFITTE C; LEBOZEC S; PENICAUD A
      CHANGES IN RECIPROCAL AND TRANSJOINT INHIBITION INDUCED BY MUSCLE FATIGUE IN MAN

      Experimental Brain Research
    27. NOZAKI D; NAKAZAWA K; YAMAMOTO Y
      FRACTAL CORRELATION IN HUMAN H-REFLEX

      Experimental Brain Research
    28. MANUEL NA; WALLIS DI; CRICK H
      KETANSERIN-SENSITIVE DEPRESSANT ACTIONS OF 5-HT RECEPTOR AGONISTS IN THE NEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    29. CRICK H; MANUEL NA; WALLIS DI
      A NOVEL 5-HT RECEPTOR OR A COMBINATION OF 5-HT RECEPTOR SUBTYPES MAY MEDIATE DEPRESSION OF A SPINAL MONOSYNAPTIC REFLEX IN-VITRO

      Neuropharmacology
    30. KINOSHITA K; NAGAO T; ONO H
      EFFECTS OF TA-0910, AN ORALLY-ACTIVE TRH ANALOG, ON THE SPINAL REFLEXIN SPINAL RATS

      Neuropharmacology
    31. KINOSHITA K; NAGAO T; ONO H
      EFFECTS OF TA-0910, AN ORALLY-ACTIVE TRH ANALOG, ON THE SPINAL REFLEXIN SPINAL RATS

      Neuropharmacology
    32. RAYNOR EM; SHEFNER JM
      RECURRENT INHIBITION IS DECREASED IN PATIENTS WITH AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS

      Neurology
    33. DESHPANDE SB; WARNICK JE
      ANALOGS OF THYROTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE IN POTENTIATING THE SPINAL MONOSYNAPTIC REFLEX IN-VITRO

      European journal of pharmacology
    34. DESHPANDE SB; WARNICK JE
      THYROTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE REVERSES THE SUPERSENSITIVELY DEPRESSEDMONOSYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION BY SEROTONIN IN 5,7-DIHYDROXYTRYPTAMINE-TREATED NEONATAL RATS IN-VITRO

      Brain research
    35. FAIST M; MAZEVET D; DIETZ V; PIERROTDESEILLIGNY E
      A QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF PRESYNAPTIC INHIBITION OF IA AFFERENTS IN SPASTICS - DIFFERENCES IN HEMIPLEGICS AND PARAPLEGICS

      Brain
    36. WADA N; TOKURIKI M
      EFFECTS OF AFFERENT INPUTS FROM MECHANICAL AND NOCICEPTIVE RECEPTORS IN THE FOOTPADS ON THE MONOSYNAPTIC REFLEX IN THE SPINALIZED CAT

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    37. WADA N
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF FOOTPAD STIMULATION ON THE MONOSYNAPTIC REFLEX IN THE SPINALIZED CAT

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    38. WARNICK JE; DESHPANDE SB; YANG QZ; DASGUPTA S
      BIPHASIC ACTION OF SARIN ON MONOSYNAPTIC REFLEX IN THE NEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD IN-VITRO

      Archives of toxicology
    39. BRUGGER F; WICKI U; OLPE HR; FROESTL W; MICKEL S
      THE ACTION OF NEW POTENT GABA(B) RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS IN THE HEMISECTED SPINAL-CORD PREPARATION OF THE RAT

      European journal of pharmacology
    40. KATZ R; MAZZOCCHIO R; PENICAUD A; ROSSI A
      DISTRIBUTION OF RECURRENT INHIBITION IN THE HUMAN UPPER-LIMB

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica


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