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    1. 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
    2. Azami, J; Green, DL; Roberts, MHT; Monhemius, R
      The behavioural importance of dynamically activated descending inhibition from the nucleus reticularis gigantocellularis pars alpha

      PAIN
    3. Yang, ZL; Zhang, YQ; Wu, GC
      Distinct effect of orphanin FQ in nucleus raphe magnus and nucleus reticularis gigantocellularis on the rat tail flick reflex

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    4. Diotte, M; Bielajew, C; Miguelez, M; Miliaressis, E
      Factors that influence the persistence of stimulation-induced aversion

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    5. Diotte, M; Miguelez, M; Miliaressis, E; Bielajew, C
      Interactions between rewarding lateral hypothalamic and aversive nucleus reticularis gigantocellularis stimulation

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. Hajnik, T; Lai, YY; Siegel, JM
      Atonia-related regions in the rodent pons and medulla

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Hubscher, CH; Johnson, RD
      Effects of acute and chronic midthoracic spinal cord injury on neural circuits for male sexual function. II. Descending pathways

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Borszcz, GS
      Differential contributions of medullary, thalamic, and amygdaloid serotonin to the antinociceptive action of morphine administered into the periaqueductal gray: A model of morphine analgesia

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Dubner, R; Ren, K
      Endogenous mechanisms of sensory modulation

      PAIN
    10. Sasaki, S; Iwamoto, Y
      Axonal trajectories of the nucleus reticularis gigantocellularis neurons in the C2-C3 segments in cats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    11. Sasaki, S
      Direct connection of the nucleus reticularis gigantocellularis neurons with neck motoneurons in cats

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Chan, SHH; Chan, JYH
      Application of reverse microdialysis in the evaluation of neural regulation of cardiovascular functions

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    13. HOLDEN JE; PROUDFIT HK
      ENKEPHALIN NEURONS THAT PROJECT TO THE A7 CATECHOLAMINE CELL GROUP ARE LOCATED IN NUCLEI THAT MODULATE NOCICEPTION - VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA

      Neuroscience
    14. COUTINHO SV; URBAN MO; GEBHART GF
      ROLE OF GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS AND NITRIC-OXIDE IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA IN VISCERAL HYPERALGESIA

      Pain
    15. HAMMOND DL; NELSON V; THOMAS DA
      INTRATHECAL METHYSERGIDE ANTAGONIZES THE ANTINOCICEPTION, BUT NOT THEHYPERALGESIA PRODUCED BY MICROINJECTION OF BACLOFEN IN THE VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    16. KABLY B; DREW T
      CORTICORETICULAR PATHWAYS IN THE CAT - I - PROJECTION PATTERNS AND COLLATERIZATION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    17. PERTOVAARA A
      A NEURONAL CORRELATE OF SECONDARY HYPERALGESIA IN THE RAT SPINAL DORSAL HORN IS SUBMODALITY SELECTIVE AND FACILITATED BY SUPRASPINAL INFLUENCE

      Experimental neurology
    18. KAUPPILA T; KONTINEN VK; PERTOVAARA A
      INFLUENCE OF SPINALIZATION ON SPINAL WITHDRAWAL REFLEX RESPONSES VARIES DEPENDING ON THE SUBMODALITY OF THE TEST STIMULUS AND THE EXPERIMENTAL PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CONDITION IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    19. MANSIKKA H; PERTOVAARA A
      SUPRASPINAL INFLUENCE ON HINDLIMB WITHDRAWAL THRESHOLDS AND MUSTARD OIL-INDUCED SECONDARY ALLODYNIA IN RATS

      Brain research bulletin
    20. YANG CCH; KUO TBJ; CHAN SHH
      FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF CAUDAL HYPOGLOSSAL NEURONS BY SPECTRALPATTERNS OF NEURONAL DISCHARGES IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    21. 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
    22. HAMA AT; FRITSCHY JM; HAMMOND DL
      DIFFERENTIAL DISTRIBUTION OF GABA(A) RECEPTOR SUBUNITS ON BULBOSPINALSEROTONERGIC AND NONSEROTONERGIC NEURONS OF THE VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA OF THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    23. HAMMOND DL; DONAHUE BB; STEWART PE
      ROLE OF SPINAL DELTA(1) AND DELTA(2) OPIOID RECEPTORS IN THE ANTINOCICEPTION PRODUCED BY MICROINJECTION OF L-GLUTAMATE IN THE VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA OF THE RAT

      Brain research
    24. IWAMOTO GA; WALDROP TG
      LATERAL TEGMENTAL FIELD NEURONS SENSITIVE TO MUSCULAR-CONTRACTION - AROLE IN PRESSOR REFLEXES

      Brain research bulletin
    25. GHIONE S
      HYPERTENSION-ASSOCIATED HYPALGESIA - EVIDENCE IN EXPERIMENTAL-ANIMALSAND HUMANS, PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS, AND POTENTIAL CLINICAL CONSEQUENCES

      Hypertension
    26. 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
    27. THOMAS DA; NAVARRETE IM; GRAHAM BA; MCGOWAN MK; HAMMOND DL
      ANTINOCICEPTION PRODUCED BY SYSTEMIC R(-BACLOFEN HYDROCHLORIDE IS ATTENUATED BY CGP-35348 ADMINISTERED TO THE SPINAL-CORD OR VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA OF RATS())

      Brain research
    28. BORSZCZ GS
      INCREASES IN VOCALIZATION AND MOTOR REFLEX THRESHOLDS ARE INFLUENCED BY THE SITE OF MORPHINE MICROINJECTION - COMPARISONS FOLLOWING ADMINISTRATION INTO THE PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY, VENTRAL MEDULLA, AND SPINAL SUBARACHNOID SPACE

      Behavioral neuroscience
    29. MORILLO AM; NUNEZABADES PA; GAYTAN SP; PASARO R
      BRAIN-STEM PROJECTIONS BY AXONAL COLLATERALS TO THE ROSTRAL AND CAUDAL VENTRAL RESPIRATORY GROUP IN THE RAT

      Brain research bulletin
    30. ANDERSON R; DIOTTE M; MILIARESSIS E
      THE BIDIRECTIONAL INTERACTION BETWEEN VENTRAL TEGMENTAL REWARDING ANDHINDBRAIN AVERSIVE-STIMULATION EFFECTS IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    31. IWAKIRI H; OKA T; MORI S
      MULTI-SEGMENTAL AND GENERALIZED SUPPRESSION OF POSTURAL MUSCLE TONE EVOKED BY STIMULATING THE DORSAL TEGMENTAL FIELD AND THE MEDIAL PONTINERETICULAR-FORMATION IN ACUTE DECEREBRATE CATS

      Neuroscience letters
    32. TSAI HF; KUO TBJ; CHAN JYH; CHAN SHH
      INTERACTION BETWEEN NEURONAL RESPONSES TO NOCICEPTION AND HYPERTENSION IN THE NUCLEUS-RETICULARIS GIGANTOCELLULARIS OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    33. CHAN JYH; TSAI HF; KUO TBJ; CHAN SHH
      MODULATION BY ANGIOTENSIN-III OF NOCICEPTION-RELATED AND ARTERIAL PRESSURE-RELATED NEURONAL RESPONSIVENESS IN THE NUCLEUS-RETICULARIS GIGANTOCELLULARIS OF THE RAT

      Regulatory peptides
    34. 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
    35. TSOU MY; LEN WB; LEE TY; CHAN SHH; PAN WHT; CHAN JYH
      PARTICIPATION OF NORADRENERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION IN THE SUPPRESSION BY SUBSTANCE-P OF ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTORS AT THE NUCLEUS-RETICULARIS GIGANTOCELLULARIS INVOLVED IN CENTRAL CARDIOVASCULAR REGULATION IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    36. WIERTELAK EP; FURNESS LE; HORAN R; MARTINEZ J; MAIER SF; WATKINS LR
      SUBCUTANEOUS FORMALIN PRODUCES CENTRIFUGAL HYPERALGESIA AT A NON-INJECTED SITE VIA THE NMDA NITRIC-OXIDE CASCADE

      Brain research
    37. YAMUY J; JIMENEZ I; MORALES F; RUDOMIN P; CHASE M
      POPULATION SYNAPTIC POTENTIALS-EVOKED IN LUMBAR MOTONEURONS FOLLOWINGSTIMULATION OF THE NUCLEUS-RETICULARIS GIGANTOCELLULARIS DURING CARBACHOL-INDUCED ATONIA

      Brain research
    38. LEN WB; TSOU MY; CHAN SHH; CHAN JYH
      SUBSTANCE-P SUPPRESSES THE ACTIVITY OF ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTORS OF THE NUCLEUS-RETICULARIS GIGANTOCELLULARIS INVOLVED IN CARDIOVASCULAR REGULATION IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    39. FAY R; GILBERT KA; LYDIC R
      PONTOMEDULLARY NEURONS TRANSSYNAPTICALLY LABELED BY LARYNGEAL PSEUDORABIES VIRUS

      NeuroReport
    40. YEN JC; CHAN SHH
      PASSIVE BIOPHYSICAL MEMBRANE-PROPERTIES OF NUCLEUS-RETICULARIS GIGANTOCELLULARIS NEURONS IN BRAIN-SLICES FROM THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    41. YIEN HW; CHAN JYH; TSAI HF; LEE TY; CHAN SHH
      PARTICIPATION OF NUCLEUS-RETICULARIS GIGANTOCELLULARIS IN THE ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT OF ANGIOTENSIN-III IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    42. OKA T; IWAKIRI H; MORI S
      PONTINE-INDUCED GENERALIZED SUPPRESSION OF POSTURAL MUSCLE TONE IN A REFLEXIVELY STANDING ACUTE DECEREBRATE CAT

      Neuroscience research
    43. KIEFEL JM; ROSSI GC; BODNAR RJ
      MEDULLARY MU AND DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS MODULATE MESENCEPHALIC MORPHINE ANALGESIA IN RATS

      Brain research


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