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    1. Burke, D; Kiernan, MC; Bostock, H
      Excitability of human axons

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Pedraza, L; Huang, JK; Colman, DR
      Organizing principles of the axoglial apparatus

      NEURON
    3. Kaplan, MR; Cho, MH; Ullian, EM; Isom, LL; Levinson, SR; Barres, BA
      Differential control of clustering of the sodium channels Na(v)1.2 and Na(v)1.6 at developing CNS nodes of ranvier

      NEURON
    4. Rosenberg, LJ; Wrathall, JR
      Time course studies on the effectiveness of tetrodotoxin in reducing consequences of spinal cord contusion

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    5. Brown, AA; Xu, T; Arroyo, EJ; Levinson, SR; Brophy, PJ; Peles, E; Scherer, SS
      Molecular organization of the nodal region is not altered in spontaneouslydiabetic BB-wistar rats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    6. Nashmi, R; Fehlings, MG
      Changes in axonal physiology and morphology after chronic compressive injury of the rat thoracic spinal cord

      NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Brown, AM; Wender, R; Ransom, BR
      Ionic mechanisms of aglycemic axon injury in mammalian central white matter

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    8. Zheng, JQ; Kelly, TK; Chang, BS; Ryazantsev, S; Rajasekaran, AK; Martin, KC; Twiss, JL
      A functional role for intra-axonal protein synthesis during axonal regeneration from adult sensory neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Martin, S; Levine, AK; Chen, ZJ; Ughrin, Y; Levine, JM
      Deposition of the NG2 proteoglycan at nodes of Ranvier in the peripheral nervous system

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Dalle, C; Schneider, M; Clergue, F; Bretton, C; Jirounek, P
      Inhibition of the I-h current in isolated peripheral nerve: A novel mode of peripheral antinociception?

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    11. Kuwabara, S; Lin, CSY; Mogyoros, I; Cappelen-Smith, C; Burke, D
      Voluntary contraction impairs the refractory period of transmission in healthy human axons

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    12. Brown, AM; Westenbroek, RE; Catterall, WA; Ransom, BR
      Axonal L-type Ca2+ channels and anoxic injury in rat CNS white matter

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    13. Matsumoto, S; Nishikawa, T; Yoshida, S; Ikeda, M; Tanimoto, T; Saiki, C; Takeda, M
      Effects of potassium channel and Na+-Ca2+ exchange blockers on the responses of slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptors to hyperinflation in flecainide-treated rats

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Kiernan, MC; Cikurel, K; Bostock, H
      Effects of temperature on the excitability properties of human motor axons

      BRAIN
    15. Donovan, WH; Halter, JA; Graves, DE; Blight, AR; Calvillo, O; McCann, MT; Sherwood, AM; Castillo, T; Parsons, KC; Strayer, JR
      Intravenous infusion of 4-AP in chronic spinal cord injured subjects

      SPINAL CORD
    16. Nashmi, R; Jones, OT; Fehlings, MG
      Abnormal axonal physiology is associated with altered expression and distribution of Kv1.1 and Kv1.2 K+ channels after chronic spinal cord injury

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Martin-Vasallo, P; Wetzel, RK; Garcia-Segura, LM; Molina-Holgado, E; Arystarkhova, E; Sweadner, KJ
      Oligodendrocytes in brain and optic nerve express the beta 3 subunit isoform of Na,K-ATPase

      GLIA
    18. Benoit, E; Laurent, D; Mattei, C; Legrand, AM; Molgo, J
      Reversal of Pacific ciguatoxin-1B effects on myelinated axons by agents used in ciguatera treatment

      CYBIUM
    19. LoPachin, RM
      Redefining toxic distal axonopathies

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    20. Weatherby, TM; Davis, AD; Hartline, DK; Lenz, PH
      The need for speed. II. Myelin in calanoid copepods

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Shi, R; Pryor, JD
      Temperature dependence of membrane sealing following transection in mammalian spinal cord axons

      NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Torp, R; Head, E; Milgram, NW; Hahn, F; Ottersen, OP; Cotman, CW
      Ultrastructural evidence of fibrillar beta-amyloid associated with neuronal membranes in behaviorally characterized aged dog brains

      NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Kojima, S; Ogawa, H; Kouuchi, T; Nidaira, T; Hosono, T; Ito, E
      Neuron-independent Ca2+ signaling in glial cells of snail's brain

      NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Elder, GA; Friedrich, VL; Chu, K; Lazzarini, RA
      Presence of unmyelinated axons in the lumbar ventral roots of the 129 mouse strain

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    25. Todd, BA; Inman, C; Sedgwick, EM; Abbott, J
      Ionic permeability of the frog sciatic nerve perineurium: Parallel studiesof potassium and lanthanum penetration using electrophysiological and electron microscopic techniques

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCYTOLOGY
    26. Dieudonne, S; Dumoulin, A
      Serotonin-driven long-range inhibitory connections in the cerebellar cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Koenig, E; Martin, R; Titmus, M; Sotelo-Silveira, JR
      Cryptic peripheral ribosomal domains distributed intermittently along mammalian myelinated axons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Nielsen, K; Peters, A
      The effects of aging on the frequency of nerve fibers in rhesus monkey striate cortex

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING
    29. Baker, MD
      Axonal flip-flops and oscillators

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    30. Kuwabara, S; Cappelen-Smith, C; Lin, CSY; Mogyoros, I; Bostock, H; Burke, D
      Excitability properties of median and peroneal motor axons

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    31. Lin, CSY; Mogyoros, I; Burke, D
      Recovery of excitability of cutaneous afferents in the median and sural nerves following activity

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    32. Yang, Q; Kaji, R; Hirota, N; Kojima, Y; Takagi, T; Kohara, N; Kimura, J; Shibasaki, H; Bostock, H
      Effect of maturation on nerve excitability in an experimental model of threshold electrotonus

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    33. LoPachin, RM; Lehning, EJ; Opanashuk, LA; Jortner, BS
      Rate of neurotoxicant exposure determines morphologic manifestations of distal axonopathy

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    34. Fujita, Y; Imagawa, T; Uehara, M
      Comparative study of the lamina cribrosa and the pial septa in the vertebrate optic nerve and their relationship to the myelinated axons

      TISSUE & CELL
    35. Lin, CSY; Mogyoros, I; Kuwabara, S; Cappelen-Smith, C; Burke, D
      Accommodation to depolarizing and hyperpolarizing currents in cutaneous afferents of the human median and sural nerves

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    36. Grosskreutz, J; Lin, CSY; Mogyoros, I; Burke, D
      Ischaemic changes in refractoriness of human cutaneous afferents under threshold-clamp conditions

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    37. Shi, RY; Asano, T; Vining, NC; Blight, AR
      Control of membrane sealing in injured mammalian spinal cord axons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    38. Jiang, QB; Stys, PK
      Calpain inhibitors confer biochemical, but not electrophysiological, protection against anoxia in rat optic nerves

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    39. Kriz, J; Meier, J; Julien, JP; Padjen, AL
      Altered tonic conductances in axone of transgenic mouse expressing the human neurofilament heavy gene: A mouse model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    40. Nonaka, T; Honmou, O; Sakai, J; Hashi, K; Kocsis, JD
      Excitability changes of dorsal root axons following nerve injury: implications for injury-induced changes in axonal Na+ channels

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    41. Burke, D; Bartley, K; Woodforth, IJ; Yakoubi, A; Stephen, JPH
      The effects of a volatile anaesthetic on the excitability of human corticospinal axons

      BRAIN
    42. Kiernan, MC; Bostock, H
      Effects of membrane polarization and ischaemia on the excitability properties of human motor axons

      BRAIN
    43. Sathornsumetee, S; McGavern, DB; Ure, DR; Rodriguez, M
      Quantitative ultrastructural analysis of a single spinal cord demyelinatedlesion predicts total lesion load, axonal loss, and neurological dysfunction in a murine model of multiple sclerosis

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    44. Shi, RY; Borgens, RB; Blight, AR
      Functional reconnection of severed mammalian spinal cord axons with polyethylene glycol

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    45. Garthwaite, G; Brown, G; Batchelor, AM; Goodwin, DA; Garthwaite, J
      Mechanisms of ischaemic damage to central white matter axons: A quantitative histological analysis using rat optic nerve

      NEUROSCIENCE
    46. Sotelo, JR; Kun, A; Benech, JC; Giuditta, A; Morillas, J; Benech, CR
      Ribosomes and polyribosomes are present in the squid giant axon: An immunocytochemical study

      NEUROSCIENCE
    47. Taylor, CP; Weber, ML; Gaughan, CL; Lehning, EJ; LoPachin, RM
      Oxygen/glucose deprivation in hippocampal slices: Altered intraneuronal elemental composition predicts structural and functional damage

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    48. Rosenberg, LJ; Teng, YD; Wrathall, JR
      Effects of the sodium channel blocker tetrodotoxin on acute white matter pathology after experimental contusive spinal cord injury

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    49. Sun, BB; Chiu, SY
      N-type calcium channels and their regulation by GABA(B) receptors in axonsof neonatal rat optic nerve

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    50. Petty, MA; Wettstein, JG
      White matter ischaemia

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    51. Grosskreutz, J; Lin, C; Mogyoros, I; Burke, D
      Changes in excitability indices of cutaneous afferents produced by ischaemia in human subjects

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    52. Andrew, D; Greenspan, JD
      Modality-specific hyper-responsivity of regenerated cat cutaneous nociceptors

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    53. Matsumoto, S; Takahashi, T; Tanimoto, T; Saiki, C; Takeda, M
      Effects of potassium channel blockers on CO2-induced slowly adapting pulmonary stretch receptor inhibition

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    54. LoPachin, RM; Gaughan, CL; Lehning, EJ; Kaneko, Y; Kelly, TM; Blight, A
      Experimental spinal cord injury: Spatiotemporal characterization of elemental concentrations and water contents in axons and neuroglia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    55. Shi, R; Borgens, RB
      Acute repair of crushed guinea pig spinal cord by polyethylene glycol

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    56. King, JG; Lettvin, JY; Gruberg, ER
      Selective, unilateral, reversible loss of behavioral responses to looming stimuli after injection of tetrodotoxin or cadmium chloride into the frog optic nerve

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    57. Mechirova, E; Zacharias, L; Jalc, P; Domorakova, I
      Spinal cord white matter injury after single and repeated ischaemia/reperfusion observed by a light microscope

      BIOLOGIA
    58. Li, GL; Farooque, M; Holtz, A; Olsson, Y
      Apoptosis of oligodendrocytes occurs for long distances away from the primary injury after compression trauma to rat spinal cord

      ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA
    59. Mattei, C; Elmorjani, K; Molgo, J; Marion, D; Benoit, E
      The wheat proteins puroindoline-a and alpha 1-purothionin induce nodal swelling in myelinated axons

      NEUROREPORT
    60. FAN W; ANDRESEN MC
      DIFFERENTIAL FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT REFLEX INTEGRATION OF MYELINATED ANDNONMYELINATED RAT AORTIC BARORECEPTORS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    61. TAKIGAWA T; ALZHEIMER C; QUASTHOFF S; GRAFE P
      A SPECIFIC BLOCKER REVEALS THE PRESENCE AND FUNCTION OF THE HYPERPOLARIZATION-ACTIVATED CATION CURRENT I-H IN PERIPHERAL MAMMALIAN NERVE-FIBERS

      Neuroscience
    62. ROSE CR; WAXMAN SG; RANSOM BR
      EFFECTS OF GLUCOSE DEPRIVATION, CHEMICAL HYPOXIA, AND SIMULATED ISCHEMIA ON NA-CORD ASTROCYTES( HOMEOSTASIS IN RAT SPINAL)

      The Journal of neuroscience
    63. SAKAI J; HONMOU O; KOCSIS JD; HASHI K
      THE DELAYED DEPOLARIZATION IN RAT CUTANEOUS AFFERENT AXONS IS REDUCEDFOLLOWING NERVE TRANSECTION AND LIGATION, BUT NOT CRUSH - IMPLICATIONS FOR INJURY-INDUCED AXONAL NA+ CHANNEL REORGANIZATION

      Muscle & nerve
    64. MACEFIELD VG
      SPONTANEOUS AND EVOKED ECTOPIC DISCHARGES RECORDED FROM SINGLE HUMAN AXONS

      Muscle & nerve
    65. BOSTOCK H; CIKUREL K; BURKE D
      THRESHOLD TRACKING TECHNIQUES IN THE STUDY OF HUMAN PERIPHERAL-NERVE

      Muscle & nerve
    66. LEHNING EJ; PERSAUD A; DYER KR; JORTNER BS; LOPACHIN RM
      BIOCHEMICAL AND MORPHOLOGIC CHARACTERIZATION OF ACRYLAMIDE PERIPHERALNEUROPATHY

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    67. VAGG R; MOGYOROS I; KIERNAN MC; BURKE D
      ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT HYPERPOLARIZATION OF HUMAN MOTOR AXONS PRODUCED BYNATURAL ACTIVITY

      Journal of physiology
    68. SALGADOCEBALLOS H; GUIZARSAHAGUN G; FERIAVELASCO A; GRIJALVA I; ESPITIA L; IBARRA A; MADRAZO I
      SPONTANEOUS LONG-TERM REMYELINATION AFTER TRAUMATIC SPINAL-CORD INJURY IN RATS

      Brain research
    69. WAXMAN SG
      AXON-GLIA INTERACTIONS - BUILDING A SMART NERVE-FIBER

      Current biology
    70. NASHMI R; IMAMURA H; TATOR CH; FEHLINGS MG
      SERIAL RECORDING OF SOMATOSENSORY AND MYOELECTRIC MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIALS - ROLE IN ASSESSING FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY AFTER GRADED SPINAL-CORD INJURY IN THE RAT

      Journal of neurotrauma
    71. ROSENBERG LJ; WRATHALL JR
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF ACUTE AXONAL PATHOLOGY IN EXPERIMENTAL SPINAL-CORD CONTUSION

      Journal of neurotrauma
    72. SARUHASHI Y; YOUNG W; SUGIMORI M; ABRAHAMS J; SAKUMA J
      EVIDENCE FOR SEROTONIN SENSITIVITY OF ADULT-RAT SPINAL AXONS - STUDIES USING RANDOMIZED DOUBLE-PULSE STIMULATION

      Neuroscience
    73. SHI R; BLIGHT AR
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF LOW AND HIGH-CONCENTRATIONS OF 4-AMINOPYRIDINE ON AXONAL CONDUCTION IN NORMAL AND INJURED SPINAL-CORD

      Neuroscience
    74. MATTEI C; BENOIT E; JUZANS P; LEGRAND AM; MOLGO J
      GAMBIERTOXIN (CTX-4B), PURIFIED FROM WILD GAMBIERDISCUS-TOXICUS DINOFLAGELLATES, INDUCES NA-DEPENDENT SWELLING OF SINGLE FROG MYELINATED AXONS AND MOTOR-NERVE TERMINALS IN-SITU()

      Neuroscience letters
    75. DEERINCK TJ; LEVINSON SR; BENNETT GV; ELLISMAN MH
      CLUSTERING OF VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE SODIUM-CHANNELS ON AXONS IS INDEPENDENT OF DIRECT SCHWANN-CELL CONTACT IN THE DYSTROPHIC MOUSE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    76. LOPACHIN RM; LEHNING EJ
      MECHANISM OF CALCIUM-ENTRY DURING AXON INJURY AND DEGENERATION

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    77. KIERNAN MC; HALES JP; GRACIES JM; MOGYOROS I; BURKE D
      PARAESTHESIAE INDUCED BY PROLONGED HIGH-FREQUENCY STIMULATION OF HUMAN CUTANEOUS AFFERENTS

      Journal of physiology
    78. KIERNAN MC; MOGYOROS I; HALES JP; GRACIES JM; BURKE D
      EXCITABILITY CHANGES IN HUMAN CUTANEOUS AFFERENTS INDUCED BY PROLONGED REPETITIVE AXONAL ACTIVITY

      Journal of physiology
    79. HUANG JH; THALHAMMER JG; RAYMOND SA; STRICHARTZ GR
      SUSCEPTIBILITY TO LIDOCAINE OF IMPULSES IN DIFFERENT SOMATOSENSORY AFFERENT-FIBERS OF RAT SCIATIC-NERVE

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    80. SUNIO A; BITTNER GD
      CYCLOSPORINE-A RETARDS THE WALLERIAN DEGENERATION OF PERIPHERAL MAMMALIAN AXONS

      Experimental neurology
    81. KAPOOR R; LI YG; SMITH KJ
      SLOW SODIUM-DEPENDENT POTENTIAL OSCILLATIONS CONTRIBUTE TO ECTOPIC FIRING IN MAMMALIAN DEMYELINATED AXONS

      Brain
    82. MOGYOROS I; KIERNAN MC; BURKE D; BOSTOCK H
      EXCITABILITY CHANGES IN HUMAN SENSORY AND MOTOR AXONS DURING HYPERVENTILATION AND ISCHEMIA

      Brain
    83. DIETZ FB; JAFFE RA
      BUPIVACAINE PREFERENTIALLY BLOCKS VENTRAL ROOT AXONS IN RATS

      Anesthesiology
    84. BERTHOLD CH
      DEVELOPMENT OF NODES OF RANVIER IN FELINE NERVES - AN ULTRASTRUCTURALPRESENTATION

      Microscopy research and technique
    85. JACOB JM; MCQUARRIE IG
      ASSEMBLY OF MICROFILAMENTS AND MICROTUBULES FROM AXONALLY TRANSPORTEDACTIN AND TUBULIN AFTER AXOTOMY

      Journal of neuroscience research
    86. OLBY NJ; BLAKEMORE WF
      PRIMARY DEMYELINATION AND REGENERATION OF ASCENDING AXONS IN THE DORSAL FUNICULUS OF THE RAT SPINAL-CORD FOLLOWING PHOTOCHEMICALLY INDUCED INJURY

      Journal of neurocytology
    87. NOVAKOVIC SD; DEERINCK TJ; LEVINSON SR; SHRAGER P; ELLISMAN MH
      CLUSTERS OF AXONAL NA-CELLS( CHANNELS ADJACENT TO REMYELINATING SCHWANN)

      Journal of neurocytology
    88. SONODA Y; ARIMURA K; KURONO A; SUEHARA M; KAMEYAMA M; MINATO S; HAYASHI A; OSAME M
      SERUM OF ISAACS-SYNDROME SUPPRESSES POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN PC-12 CELL-LINES

      Muscle & nerve
    89. BROWN JA; HOEFLINGER B; LONG PB; GUNNING WT; RHOADES R; BENNETTCLARKE CA; CHIAIA NL; WEAVER MT
      AXON AND GANGLION-CELL INJURY IN RABBITS AFTER PERCUTANEOUS TRIGEMINAL BALLOON COMPRESSION

      Neurosurgery
    90. FERN R; BLACK JA; RANSOM BR; WAXMAN SG
      CD2+-INDUCED INJURY IN CNS WHITE-MATTER

      Journal of neurophysiology
    91. SHI R; BLIGHT AR
      COMPRESSION INJURY OF MAMMALIAN SPINAL-CORD IN-VITRO AND THE DYNAMICSOF ACTION-POTENTIAL CONDUCTION FAILURE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    92. DAVIS RL
      DIFFERENTIAL DISTRIBUTION OF POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN ACUTELY DEMYELINATED, PRIMARY-AUDITORY NEURONS IN-VITRO

      Journal of neurophysiology
    93. LEHNING EJ; DOSHI R; ISAKSSON N; STYS PK; LOPACHIN RM
      MECHANISMS OF INJURY-INDUCED CALCIUM-ENTRY INTO PERIPHERAL-NERVE MYELINATED AXONS - ROLE OF REVERSE SODIUM-CALCIUM EXCHANGE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    94. HOLLAND GR; ROBINSON PP; SMITH KG; PEHOWICH E
      A QUANTITATIVE MORPHOLOGICAL-STUDY OF THE RECOVERY OF CAT LINGUAL NERVES AFTER TRANSECTION OR CRUSHING

      Journal of Anatomy
    95. POPOVICH PG; HORNER PJ; MULLIN BB; STOKES BT
      A QUANTITATIVE SPATIAL-ANALYSIS OF THE BLOOD SPINAL-CORD BARRIER .1. PERMEABILITY CHANGES AFTER EXPERIMENTAL SPINAL CONTUSION INJURY

      Experimental neurology
    96. FEHLINGS MG; NASHMI R
      CHANGES IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SENSITIVITY OF THE SPINAL-CORD TO POTASSIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS FOLLOWING ACUTE SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      Brain research
    97. WAIKAR SS; THALHAMMER JG; RAYMOND SA; HUANG JH; CHANG DS; STRICHARTZ GR
      MECHANORECEPTIVE AFFERENTS EXHIBIT FUNCTIONALLY-SPECIFIC ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN CONDUCTION-VELOCITY

      Brain research
    98. KIERNAN MC; MOGYOROS I; BURKE D
      CHANGES IN EXCITABILITY AND IMPULSE TRANSMISSION FOLLOWING PROLONGED REPETITIVE ACTIVITY IN NORMAL SUBJECTS AND PATIENTS WITH A FOCAL NERVELESION

      Brain
    99. KIERNAN MC; MOGYOROS I; BURKE D
      DIFFERENCES IN THE RECOVERY OF EXCITABILITY IN SENSORY AND MOTOR AXONS OF HUMAN MEDIAN NERVE

      Brain
    100. MILLER TA; KIERNAN MC; MOGYOROS I; BURKE D
      ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN IMPULSE CONDUCTION IN A FOCAL NERVE LESION

      Brain


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