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    1. James, MA; Robinson, TG; Potter, JF
      The effect of systemic blood pressure on cardio-vascular reflexes in elderly subjects

      CLINICAL PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Mancia, G; Grassi, C; Giannattasio, C; Seravalle, G
      Sympathetic activation in the pathogenesis of hypertension and progressionof organ damage

      HYPERTENSION
    3. James, MA; Potter, JF
      Orthostatic blood pressure changes and arterial baroreflex sensitivity in elderly subjects

      AGE AND AGEING
    4. KRASKE S; CUNNINGHAM JT; HAJDUCZOK G; CHAPLEAU MW; ABBOUD FM; WACHTEL RE
      MECHANOSENSITIVE ION CHANNELS IN PUTATIVE AORTIC BARORECEPTOR NEURONS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    5. JOHANSEN LB; PUMP B; WARBERG J; CHRISTENSEN NJ; NORSK P
      PREVENTING HEMODILUTION ABOLISHES NATRIURESIS OF WATER IMMERSION IN HUMANS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    6. HOPP FA; SEAGARD JL
      RESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO SELECTIVE BLOCKADE OF CAROTID-SINUS BARORECEPTORS IN THE DOG

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    7. JAMES MA; PANERAI RB; POTTER JF
      APPLICABILITY OF NEW TECHNIQUES IN THE ASSESSMENT OF ARTERIAL BAROREFLEX SENSITIVITY IN THE ELDERLY - A COMPARISON WITH ESTABLISHED PHARMACOLOGICAL METHODS

      Clinical science
    8. TRULSSON M; GUNNE HSJ
      FOOD-HOLDING AND FOOD-BITING BEHAVIOR IN HUMAN-SUBJECTS LACKING PERIODONTAL RECEPTORS

      Journal of dental research
    9. EBERT TJ; PEREZ F; UHRICH TD; DESHUR MA
      DESFLURANE-MEDIATED SYMPATHETIC ACTIVATION OCCURS IN HUMANS DESPITE PREVENTING HYPOTENSION AND BARORECEPTOR UNLOADING

      Anesthesiology
    10. XU YF; HE RR
      EFFECTS OF MOXONIDINE INJECTED INTO ROSTRAL VENTROLATERAL MEDULLA ON BLOOD-PRESSURE, HEART-RATE, AND RENAL SYMPATHETIC-NERVE ACTIVITY IN RATS

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    11. ONO A; KUWAKI T; KUMADA M; FUJITA T
      DIFFERENTIAL CENTRAL MODULATION OF THE BAROREFLEX BY SALT LOADING IN NORMOTENSIVE AND SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    12. PATTON DJ; TRIEDMAN JK; PERROTT MH; VIDIAN AA; SAUL JP
      BAROREFLEX GAIN - CHARACTERIZATION USING AUTOREGRESSIVE MOVING AVERAGE ANALYSIS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    13. JAMES MA; ROBINSON TG; PANERAI RB; POTTER JF
      ARTERIAL BARORECEPTOR-CARDIAC REFLEX SENSITIVITY IN THE ELDERLY

      Hypertension
    14. GHIONE S
      HYPERTENSION-ASSOCIATED HYPALGESIA - EVIDENCE IN EXPERIMENTAL-ANIMALSAND HUMANS, PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS, AND POTENTIAL CLINICAL CONSEQUENCES

      Hypertension
    15. YIN M; SVED AF
      ROLE OF GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID-B RECEPTORS IN BARORECEPTOR REFLEXES IN HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    16. MAO HZ; LI Z; CHAPLEAU MW
      PLATELET ACTIVATION IN CAROTID SINUSES TRIGGERS REFLEX SYMPATHOINHIBITION AND HYPOTENSION

      Hypertension
    17. DRUMMOND HA; SEAGARD JL
      ACUTE BAROREFLEX RESETTING - DIFFERENTIAL CONTROL OF PRESSURE AND NERVE ACTIVITY

      Hypertension
    18. HIROOKA Y; HEAD GA; POTTS PD; GODWIN SJ; BENDLE RD; DAMPNEY RAL
      MEDULLARY NEURONS ACTIVATED BY ANGIOTENSIN-II IN THE CONSCIOUS RABBIT

      Hypertension
    19. TRULSSON M; JOHANSSON RS
      FORCES APPLIED BY THE INCISORS AND ROLES OF PERIODONTAL AFFERENTS DURING FOOD-HOLDING AND FOOD-BITING TASKS

      Experimental Brain Research
    20. HE B; ZHENG DS; ZHANG SH; WANG CH; LIN BC
      NALOXONE SUPPRESSES ISCHEMIC ARRHYTHMIAS VIA POTENTIATING BAROREFLEX

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    21. ICHIKAWA M; SUZUKI H; KUMAGAI K; KUMAGAI H; RYUZAKI M; NISHIZAWA M; SARUTA T
      DIFFERENTIAL MODULATION OF BARORECEPTOR SENSITIVITY BY LONG-TERM ANTIHYPERTENSIVE TREATMENT

      Hypertension
    22. GRASSI G; GIANNATTASIO C; FAILLA M; PESENTI A; PERETTI G; MARINONI E; FRASCHINI N; VAILATI S; MANCIA G
      SYMPATHETIC MODULATION OF RADIAL ARTERY COMPLIANCE IN CONGESTIVE-HEART-FAILURE

      Hypertension
    23. BUTLER GC; SENN BL; FLORAS JS
      INFLUENCE OF ATRIAL-NATRIURETIC-FACTOR ON SPONTANEOUS BAROREFLEX SENSITIVITY FOR HEART-RATE IN HUMANS

      Hypertension
    24. PARLOW J; VIALE JP; ANNAT G; HUGHSON R; QUINTIN L
      SPONTANEOUS CARDIAC BAROREFLEX IN HUMANS - COMPARISON WITH DRUG-INDUCED RESPONSES

      Hypertension
    25. SCHOBEL HP; SCHMIEDER RE; HARTMANN S; SCHACHINGER H; LUFT FC
      EFFECTS OF BROMOCRIPTINE ON CARDIOVASCULAR REGULATION IN HEALTHY HUMANS

      Hypertension
    26. HUANG BS; LEENEN FHH
      BRAIN OUABAIN, SODIUM, AND ARTERIAL BAROREFLEX IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    27. HUANG BS; LEENEN FHH
      BRAIN OUABAIN AND DESENSITIZATION OF ARTERIAL BAROREFLEX BY HIGH SODIUM IN DAHL SALT-SENSITIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    28. MATSUDA T; BATES JN; LEWIS SJ; ABBOUD FM; CHAPLEAU MW
      MODULATION OF BARORECEPTOR ACTIVITY BY NITRIC-OXIDE AND S-NITROSOCYSTEINE

      Circulation research
    29. MUZI M; EBERT TJ
      A COMPARISON OF BAROREFLEX SENSITIVITY DURING ISOFLURANE AND DESFLURANE ANESTHESIA IN HUMANS

      Anesthesiology
    30. PATTON DJ; HANNA BD
      POSTNATAL MATURATION OF BAROREFLEX HEART-RATE CONTROL IN NEONATAL SWINE

      Canadian journal of cardiology
    31. JIN XQ; CHEN DG; ZHANG S; WANG HJ
      EFFECTS OF CAPTOPRIL AND CLONIDINE ON RESTING AND STRESS CARDIAC-PERFORMANCE OF LEFT-VENTRICLE IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    32. ZHANG YL; FU SX; LI YS
      EFFECTS OF M-NISOLDIPINE ON ARTERIAL BARO REFLEX SENSITIVITY IN ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    33. SUN AY; LI DX
      CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSES TO INTRACEREBROVENTRICULAR INJECTION OF GABAIN RENOVASCULAR HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    34. VEELKEN R; HILGERS KF; DITTING T; LEONARD M; MANN JFE; GEIGER H; LUFT FC
      IMPAIRED CARDIOVASCULAR REFLEXES PRECEDE DEOXYCORTICOSTERONE ACETATE SALT HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    35. WANG W
      CHRONIC ADMINISTRATION OF ALDOSTERONE DEPRESSES BARORECEPTOR REFLEX FUNCTION IN THE DOG

      Hypertension
    36. TAKISHITA S; MURATANI H; SESOKO S; TERUYA H; TOZAWA M; FUKIYAMA K; INADA Y
      SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF ANGIOTENSIN-II BLOCKADE ON RENAL BLOOD-FLOW ANDSYMPATHETIC ACTIVITY IN AWAKE RATS

      Hypertension
    37. KUMAGAI K; REID IA
      ANGIOTENSIN-II EXERTS DIFFERENTIAL ACTIONS ON RENAL NERVE ACTIVITY AND HEART-RATE

      Hypertension
    38. ONO A; KUWAKI T; CAO WH; KUMADA M; FUJITA T
      HIGH-CALCIUM DIET PREVENTS BAROREFLEX IMPAIRMENT IN SALT-LOADED SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    39. PETERSEN JS; DIBONA GF
      FUROSEMIDE ELICITS NONUNIFORM REFLEX RESPONSES VIA CARDIAC SYMPATHETIC AFFERENTS

      Hypertension
    40. SCROGIN KE; VEELKEN R; LUFT FC
      SYMPATHETIC BARORECEPTOR RESPONSES AFTER CHRONIC N-G-NITRO-L-ARGININEMETHYL-ESTER TREATMENT IN CONSCIOUS RATS

      Hypertension
    41. PARATI G; MUTTI E; FRATTOLA A; CASTIGLIONI P; DIRIENZO M; MANCIA G
      BETA-ADRENERGIC BLOCKING TREATMENT AND 24-HOUR BAROREFLEX SENSITIVITYIN ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS

      Hypertension
    42. BIAGGIONI I; WHETSELL WO; JOBE J; NADEAU JH
      BAROREFLEX FAILURE IN A PATIENT WITH CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM LESIONS INVOLVING THE NUCLEUS-TRACTUS-SOLITARII

      Hypertension
    43. GRASSI G; SERAVALLE G; CALHOUN DA; MANCIA G
      PHYSICAL-TRAINING AND BARORECEPTOR CONTROL OF SYMPATHETIC-NERVE ACTIVITY IN HUMANS

      Hypertension
    44. DASILVA SV; DASILVA VJD; BALLEJO G; SALGADO MCO; SALGADO HC
      BLOCKERS OF THE L-ARGININE NITRIC-OXIDE CYCLIC-GMP PATHWAY FACILITATEBARORECEPTOR RESETTING

      Hypertension
    45. MOREIRA ED; IDA F; PIRES MD; KRIEGER EM
      DUP-753 IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN CAPTOPRIL ON BARORECEPTOR FUNCTION IN HIGH-RENIN HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    46. DASILVA VJD; SILVA SV; SALGADO MCO; SALGADO HC
      CHRONIC CONVERTING-ENZYME INHIBITION FACILITATES BARORECEPTOR RESETTING TO HYPERTENSIVE LEVELS

      Hypertension
    47. MOYSES MR; CABRAL AM; BISSOLI N; VASQUEZ EC
      TIME-COURSE OF CHANGES IN SIGMOIDAL-FITTING BARORECEPTOR CURVES IN ONE-KIDNEY, ONE-CLIP HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    48. MADEDDU P; GLORIOSO N; VARONI MV; DEMONTIS MP; FATTACCIO MC; ANANIA V
      CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF BRAIN KININ RECEPTOR BLOCKADE IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    49. HOLMGREN K; SHEIKHOLESLAM A
      OCCLUSAL ADJUSTMENT AND MYOELECTRIC ACTIVITY OF THE JAW ELEVATOR MUSCLES IN PATIENTS WITH NOCTURNAL BRUXISM AND CRANIOMANDIBULAR DISORDERS

      Scandinavian Journal of Dental Research
    50. KOLDEWIJN EL; VANKERREBROECK EV; SCHAAFSMA E; WIJKSTRA H; DEBRUYNE FMJ; BRINDLEY GS
      BLADDER PRESSURE SENSORS IN AN ANIMAL-MODEL

      The Journal of urology
    51. MUNCH PA
      ENDOTHELIUM-MEDIATED AND DIRECT ACTIONS OF ACETYLCHOLINE ON RABBIT AORTIC BARORECEPTORS

      Circulation research
    52. SELLGREN J; EJNELL H; ELAM M; PONTEN J; WALLIN BG
      SYMPATHETIC MUSCLE NERVE ACTIVITY, PERIPHERAL-BLOOD FLOWS, AND BARORECEPTOR REFLEXES IN HUMANS DURING PROPOFOL ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY

      Anesthesiology
    53. WOODS RL; COURNEYA CA; HEAD GA
      NONUNIFORM ENHANCEMENT OF BAROREFLEX SENSITIVITY BY ATRIAL-NATRIURETIC-PEPTIDE IN CONSCIOUS RATS AND DOGS

      The American journal of physiology
    54. SHIGEMI K; BRUNNER MJ; SHOUKAS AA
      ALPHA-ADRENERGIC AND BETA-ADRENERGIC MECHANISMS IN THE CONTROL OF VASCULAR CAPACITANCE BY THE CAROTID-SINUS BAROREFLEX SYSTEM

      The American journal of physiology
    55. WOLFER RS; LOVELL NH; BRUNNER MJ
      EXOGENOUS ARGININE-VASOPRESSIN DOES NOT ENHANCE CAROTID BAROREFLEX CONTROL IN THE CONSCIOUS DOG

      The American journal of physiology
    56. FITINS D; SHEIKHOLESLAM A
      EFFECT OF CANINE GUIDANCE OF MAXILLARY OCCLUSAL SPLINT ON LEVEL OF ACTIVATION OF MASTICATORY MUSCLES

      Swedish dental journal
    57. MULLER F; HEATH MR; KAZAZOGLU E; HECTOR MP
      CONTRIBUTION OF PERIODONTAL RECEPTORS AND FOOD QUALITIES TO MASSETER MUSCLE INHIBITION IN MAN

      Journal of oral rehabilitation
    58. NAKAMURA Y; CALHOUN DA; CHEN YF; WYSS JM; OPARIL S
      EXCITATORY SYMPATHETIC REFLEX IN NACL-SENSITIVE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Hypertension
    59. OMBONI S; PARATI G; FRATTOLA A; MUTTI E; DIRIENZO M; CASTIGLIONI P; MANCIA G
      SPECTRAL AND SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF FINGER BLOOD-PRESSURE VARIABILITY -COMPARISON WITH ANALYSIS OF INTRAARTERIAL RECORDINGS

      Hypertension
    60. WANG W; BRANDLE M; ZUCKER IH
      ACUTE ALCOHOL ADMINISTRATION STIMULATES BARORECEPTOR DISCHARGE IN THEDOG

      Hypertension
    61. BRODIN P; TURKER KS; MILES TS
      MECHANORECEPTORS AROUND THE TOOTH EVOKE INHIBITORY AND EXCITATORY REFLEXES IN THE HUMAN MASSETER MUSCLE

      Journal of physiology
    62. HUANG X; ZHANG G; HERRING SW
      EFFECTS OF ORAL SENSORY AFFERENTS ON MASTICATION IN THE MINIATURE PIG

      Journal of dental research
    63. BRUNNER MJ; BISHOP GG; SHIGEMI K; FREEMAN JP; CHUNG D
      ARTERIAL PRESSURE-FLOW RELATIONSHIPS IN HYPERTENSIVE DOGS - EFFECT OFCAROTID-SINUS BAROREFLEX

      The American journal of physiology
    64. BRUNNER MJ; BISHOP GG; SHIGEMI K
      ARTERIAL COMPLIANCE AND ITS CONTROL BY THE BAROREFLEX IN HYPERTENSIVEDOGS

      The American journal of physiology
    65. BISHOP GG; SHIGEMI K; FREEMAN JP; BRUNNER MJ
      BAROREFLEX CONTROL OF ARTERIAL AND VENOUS COMPLIANCES AND VASCULAR CAPACITY IN HYPERTENSIVE DOGS

      The American journal of physiology
    66. GEERDES BP; FREDERICK KL; BRUNNER MJ
      CAROTID BAROREFLEX CONTROL DURING HEMORRHAGE IN CONSCIOUS AND ANESTHETIZED DOGS

      The American journal of physiology
    67. LI Z; ABBOUD FM; CHAPLEAU MW
      AGGREGATING HUMAN PLATELETS IN CAROTID-SINUS OF RABBITS DECREASE SENSITIVITY OF BARORECEPTORS

      Circulation research


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