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    1. King, CT; Garcea, M; Spector, AC
      Glossopharyngeal nerve regeneration is essential for the complete recoveryof quinine-stimulated oromotor rejection behaviors and central patterns ofneuronal activity in the nucleus of the solitary tract in the rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. King, CT; Travers, SP; Rowland, NE; Garcea, M; Spector, AC
      Glossopharyngeal nerve transection eliminates quinine-stimulated Fos-like immunoreactivity in the nucleus of the solitary tract: Implications for a functional topography of gustatory nerve input in rats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Markison, S; St John, SJ; Spector, AC
      Glossopharyngeal nerve transection reduces quinine avoidance in rats not given presurgical stimulus exposure

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    4. SPECTOR AC; STJOHN SJ
      ROLE OF TASTE IN THE MICROSTRUCTURE OF QUININE INGESTION BY RATS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    5. STJOHN SJ; SPECTOR AC
      BEHAVIORAL DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN QUININE AND KCI IS DEPENDENT ON INPUT FROM THE 7TH CRANIAL NERVE - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUNCTIONAL ROLES OF THE GUSTATORY NERVES IN RATS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    6. GRIGSON PS; SHIMURA T; NORGREN R
      BRAIN-STEM LESIONS AND GUSTATORY FUNCTION .3. THE ROLE OF THE NUCLEUSOF THE SOLITARY TRACT AND THE PARABRACHIAL NUCLEUS IN RETENTION OF A CONDITIONED TASTE-AVERSION IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    7. TOMIOKA S; NAKAJO N; TAKATA M
      EXCITATION OF HYPOGLOSSAL MOTONEURONS RESPONSIBLE FOR TONGUE PROTRUSIONS IS ASSOCIATED WITH PALATALLY INDUCED JAW-CLOSING REFLEX

      Neuroscience
    8. STJOHN SJ; SPECTOR AC
      COMBINED GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL AND CHORDA TYMPANI NERVE TRANSECTION ELEVATES QUININE DETECTION THRESHOLDS IN RATS (RATTUS-NORVEGICUS)

      Behavioral neuroscience
    9. SPECTOR AC; REDMAN R; GARCEA M
      THE CONSEQUENCES OF GUSTATORY NERVE TRANSECTION ON TASTE-GUIDED LICKING OF SUCROSE AND MALTOSE IN THE RAT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    10. BARRY MA; LARSON DC; FRANK ME
      EFFECTS OF CHORDA TYMPANI TRANSECTION ON LONG-TERM SALT PREFERENCE INHAMSTERS

      Physiology & behavior
    11. TABUCHI E; UWANO T; KONDOH T; ONO T; TORII K
      CONTRIBUTION OF CHORDA TYMPANI AND GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL NERVES TO TASTE PREFERENCES OF RAT FOR AMINO-ACIDS AND NACL

      Brain research
    12. BRESLIN PAS; SPECTOR AC; GRILL HJ
      SODIUM SPECIFICITY OF SALT APPETITE IN FISCHER-344 AND WISTAR RATS ISIMPAIRED BY CHORDA TYMPANI NERVE TRANSECTION

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    13. OSSENKOPP KP; PARKER LA; SPECTOR AC
      BEHAVIORAL, NEURAL, AND PHARMACOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF PALATABILITY - AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SYMPOSIUM

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    14. OSSENKOPP KP; ECKEL LA
      TOXIN-INDUCED CONDITIONED CHANGES IN TASTE REACTIVITY AND THE ROLE OFTHE CHEMOSENSITIVE AREA POSTREMA

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    15. 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
    16. STJOHN SJ; GARCEA M; SPECTOR AC
      COMBINED, BUT NOT SINGLE, GUSTATORY NERVE TRANSECTION SUBSTANTIALLY ALTERS TASTE-GUIDED LICKING BEHAVIOR TO QUININE IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    17. SPECTOR AC; TRAVERS SP; NORGREN R
      TASTE RECEPTORS ON THE ANTERIOR TONGUE AND NASOINCISOR DUCTS OF RATS CONTRIBUTE SYNERGISTICALLY TO BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES TO SUCROSE

      Behavioral neuroscience


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