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    1. Kofler, M; Fuhr, P; Leis, AA; Glocker, FX; Kronenberg, MF; Wissel, J; Stetkarova, I
      Modulation of upper extremity motor evoked potentials by cutaneous afferents in humans

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Farina, S; Valeriani, M; Rosso, T; Aglioti, S; Tamburin, S; Fiaschi, A; Tinazzi, M
      Transient inhibition of the human motor cortex by capsaicin-induced pain. A study with transcranial magnetic stimulation

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    3. 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
    4. Tamburin, S; Manganotti, P; Zanette, G; Fiaschi, A
      Cutaneomotor integration in human hand motor areas: somatotopic effect andinteraction of afferents

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Hains, BC; Fullwood, SD; Eaton, MJ; Hulsebosch, CE
      Subdural engraftment of serotonergic neurons following spinal hemisection restores spinal serotonin, downregulates serotonin transporter, and increases BDNF tissue content in rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. Sirois, JE; Lei, QB; Talley, EM; Lynch, C; Bayliss, DA
      The TASK-1 two-pore domain K+ channel is a molecular substrate for neuronal effects of inhalation anesthetics

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Chiba, A; Hiruma, S; Hashimoto, S; Inase, M
      Relationship between the states of spinal impact injuries and magneticallyevoked EMGs in rats

      NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
    8. Goulart, F; Valls-Sole, J; Alvarez, R
      Posture-related changes of soleus H-reflex excitability

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    9. Zhou, HH; Ching, Z
      Comparison of isoflurane effects on motor evoked potential and F wave

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    10. Cheng, G; Gao, BX; Verbny, Y; Ziskind-Conhaim, L
      Ethanol reduces neuronal excitability and excitatory synaptic transmissionin the developing rat spinal cord

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Komiyama, T; Kawai, K; Fumoto, M
      The excitability of a motoneuron pool assessed by the H-reflex method is correlated with the susceptibility of Ia terminals to repetitive discharges in humans

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. MACLEAN JN; COWLEY KC; SCHMIDT BJ
      NMDA RECEPTOR-MEDIATED OSCILLATORY ACTIVITY IN THE NEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD IS SEROTONIN DEPENDENT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    13. SVENSSON P; DELAAT A; GRAVENNIELSEN T; ARENDTNIELSEN L
      EXPERIMENTAL JAW-MUSCLE PAIN DOES NOT CHANGE HETERONYMOUS H-REFLEXES IN THE HUMAN TEMPORALIS MUSCLE

      Experimental Brain Research
    14. MISIASZEK JE; CHENG JG; BROOKE JD; STAINES WR
      MOVEMENT-INDUCED MODULATION OF SOLEUS H-REFLEX WITH ALTERED LENGTH OFBIARTICULAR MUSCLES

      Brain research
    15. NEWHAM DJ; LEDERMAN E
      EFFECT OF MANUAL THERAPY TECHNIQUES ON THE STRETCH REFLEX IN NORMAL HUMAN QUADRICEPS

      Disability and rehabilitation
    16. INGHILLERI M; CRUCCU G; ARGENTA M; POLIDORI L; MANFREDI M
      SILENT PERIOD IN UPPER-LIMB MUSCLES AFTER NOXIOUS CUTANEOUS STIMULATION IN MAN

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    17. TAI Q; PALAZZOLO KL; GOSHGARIAN HG
      SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY OF 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE-IMMUNOREACTIVE TERMINALS IN THE PHRENIC NUCLEUS FOLLOWING SPINAL-CORD INJURY - A QUANTITATIVE ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC ANALYSIS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    18. FERABOLILOHNHERR D; ORSAL D; YAKOVLEFF A; RIBOTTA MGY; PRIVAT A
      RECOVERY OF LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY IN THE ADULT CHRONIC SPINAL RAT AFTER SUBLESIONAL TRANSPLANTATION OF EMBRYONIC NERVOUS CELLS - SPECIFIC ROLEOF SEROTONERGIC NEURONS

      Experimental Brain Research
    19. ZIEMANN U; TERGAU F; NETZ J; HOMBERG V
      DELAY IN SIMPLE REACTION-TIME AFTER FOCAL TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE HUMAN BRAIN OCCURS AT THE FINAL MOTOR OUTPUT STAGE

      Brain research
    20. BURKE JR; KAMEN G
      CHANGES IN SPINAL REFLEXES PRECEDING A VOLUNTARY MOVEMENT IN YOUNG AND OLD ADULTS

      The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences
    21. FUNASE K; HIGASHI T; YOSHIMURA T; IMANAKA K; NISHIHIRA Y
      EVIDENT DIFFERENCE IN THE EXCITABILITY OF THE MOTONEURON POOL BETWEENNORMAL SUBJECTS AND PATIENTS WITH SPASTICITY ASSESSED BY A NEW METHODUSING H-REFLEX AND M-RESPONSE

      Neuroscience letters
    22. LEIS AA; STETKAROVA I; BERIC A; STOKIC DS
      THE RELATIVE SENSITIVITY OF F-WAVE AND H-REFLEX TO CHANGES IN MOTONEURONAL EXCITABILITY

      Muscle & nerve
    23. FORREST V; INCE P; LEITCH M; MARSHALL EF; SHAW PJ
      SEROTONERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION IN THE SPINAL-CORD AND MOTOR CORTEX OFPATIENTS WITH MOTOR-NEURON DISEASE AND CONTROLS - QUANTITATIVE AUTORADIOGRAPHY FOR 5-HT1A AND 5-HT2 RECEPTORS

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    24. ANSON JG; KASAI T
      EVIDENCE FOR SOLEUS H-REFLEX DEPRESSION INDUCED BY BALLISTIC HEAD ROTATION

      Neuroscience letters
    25. IMANAKA K; ABERNETHY B; YAMAUCHI M; FUNASE K; NISHIHIRA Y
      HEMISPACE ASYMMETRIES AND LATERALITY EFFECTS IN ARM POSITIONING

      Brain and cognition
    26. XIE HW; ZISKINDCONHAIM L
      BLOCKING CA2-DEPENDENT SYNAPTIC RELEASE DELAYS MOTONEURON DIFFERENTIATION IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD()

      The Journal of neuroscience
    27. MEISTER B; JOHNSON H; ULFHAKE B
      INCREASED EXPRESSION OF SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER MESSENGER-RNA IN RAPHE NEURONS OF THE AGED RAT

      Molecular brain research
    28. BROOKE JD; CHENG J; MISIASZEK JE; LAFFERTY K
      AMPLITUDE-MODULATION OF THE SOLEUS-H REFLEX IN THE HUMAN DURING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE STEPPING MOVEMENTS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    29. 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
    30. THIRIET G; KEMPF E; EBEL A
      CHOLINERGIC MODULATION THROUGH BIOGENIC-AMINES DURING DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHICK SPINAL-CORD

      Developmental brain research
    31. GERIN C; LEGRAND A; PRIVAT A
      STUDY OF 5-HT RELEASE WITH A CHRONICALLY IMPLANTED MICRODIALYSIS PROBE IN THE VENTRAL HORN OF THE SPINAL-CORD OF UNRESTRAINED RATS DURING EXERCISE ON A TREADMILL

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    32. GOLDBERG J; SEABORNE DE; SULLIVAN SJ; LEDUC BE
      THE EFFECT OF THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE ON H-REFLEX AMPLITUDE IN PERSONS WITH A SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      Physical therapy
    33. LEONARD CT
      MOTOR BEHAVIOR AND NEURAL CHANGES FOLLOWING PERINATAL AND ADULT-ONSETBRAIN-DAMAGE - IMPLICATIONS FOR THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS

      Physical therapy
    34. ROBICHAUD JA; BRUNT D
      EFFECT OF CIRCUMFERENTIAL PRESSURE ON RESPONSE PARAMETERS DURING BALLISTIC ANKLE PLANTAR FLEXION IN HEALTHY-ADULTS

      Perceptual and motor skills
    35. IMANAKA K; FUNASE K; NISHIHIRA Y
      RECONSIDERING THE 90-DEGREES HEAD-ROTATION PARADIGM USED IN NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH - ARE THERE REFLEXIVE RATHER THAN HEMISPATIAL EFFECTS

      Neuropsychologia
    36. VALLSSOLE J; ALVAREZ R; TOLOSA ES
      RESPONSES OF THE SOLEUS MUSCLE TO TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    37. MISRA UK; PANDEY CM
      H-REFLEX STUDIES IN NEUROLATHYRISM

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    38. JOHNSON H; ULFHAKE B; DAGERLIND A; BENNETT GW; FONE KCF; HOKFELT T
      THE SEROTONINERGIC BULBOSPINAL SYSTEM AND BRAIN-STEM-SPINAL CORD CONTENT OF SEROTONIN-LIKE, TRH-LIKE, AND SUBSTANCE-P-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITYIN THE AGED RAT WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE SPINAL-CORD MOTOR NUCLEUS

      Synapse
    39. TALLAKSENGREENE SJ; ELDE R; WESSENDORF MW
      REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF SEROTONIN AND SUBSTANCE-P COEXISTING IN NERVE-FIBERS AND TERMINALS IN THE BRAIN-STEM OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    40. LI YQ; TAKADA M; MIZUNO N
      THE SITES OF ORIGIN OF SEROTONINERGIC AFFERENT-FIBERS IN THE TRIGEMINAL MOTOR, FACIAL, AND HYPOGLOSSAL NUCLEI IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience research
    41. ZISKINDCONHAIM L; SEEBACH BS; GAO BX
      CHANGES IN SEROTONIN-INDUCED POTENTIALS DURING SPINAL-CORD DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of neurophysiology


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