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    1. Wilson, LB
      Dorsal horn administration of muscimol abolishes the muscle presser reflex

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Kelly, DJ; Ahmad, M; Brull, SJ
      Preemptive analgesia I: physiological pathways and pharmacological modalities

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA-JOURNAL CANADIEN D ANESTHESIE
    3. Lee, WT; Sohn, MK; Park, SH; Ahn, SK; Lee, JE; Park, KA
      Studies on the changes of c-fos protein in spinal cord and neurotransmitter in dorsal root ganglion of the rat with an experimental peripheral neuropathy

      YONSEI MEDICAL JOURNAL
    4. Hu, JY; Zhao, ZQ
      Differential contributions of NMDA and non-NMDA receptors to spinal Fos expression evoked by superficial tissue and muscle inflammation in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Wacnik, PW; Eikmeier, LJ; Ruggles, TR; Ramnaraine, ML; Walcheck, BK; Beitz, AJ; Wilcox, GL
      Functional interactions between tumor and peripheral nerve: Morphology, algogen identification, and behavioral characterization of a new murine modelof cancer pain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Cain, DM; Wacnik, PW; Turner, M; Wendelschafer-Crabb, G; Kennedy, WR; Wilcox, GL; Simone, DA
      Functional interactions between tumor and peripheral nerve: Changes in excitability and morphology of primary afferent fibers in a murine model of cancer pain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Nakatsuka, T; Gu, JG
      ATP P2X receptor-mediated enhancement of glutamate release and evoked EPSCs in dorsal horn neurons of the rat spinal cord

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Terman, GW; Eastman, CL; Chavkin, C
      Mu opiates inhibit long-term potentiation induction in the spinal cord slice

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Ritz, LA; Murray, CR; Foli, K
      Crossed and uncrossed projections to the cat sacrocaudal spinal cord: III.Axons expressing calcitonin gene-related peptide immunoreactivity

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    10. 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
    11. Taylor, BK; Brennan, TJ
      Preemptive analgesia: Moving beyond conventional strategies and confusing terminology

      JOURNAL OF PAIN
    12. Sorkin, LS
      Antibody activation and immune reactions: Potential linkage to pain and neuropathy

      PAIN MEDICINE
    13. Honore, P; Mantyh, PW
      Bone cancer pain: From mechanism to model to therapy

      PAIN MEDICINE
    14. Ohtori, S; Takahashi, K; Chiba, T; Takahashi, Y; Yamagata, M; Sameda, H; Moriya, H
      Fos expression in the rat brain and spinal cord evoked by noxious stimulation to low back muscle and skin

      SPINE
    15. King, VM; Apps, R
      Somatotopical organization of Fos-like immunoreactivity in rat cervical spinal cord following noxious stimulation of the forelimb

      NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Gerber, G; Zhong, J; Youn, DH; Randic, M
      Group II and group III metabotropic glutamate receptor agonists depress synaptic transmission in the rat spinal cord dorsal horn

      NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Dolan, S; Field, LC; Nolan, AM
      The role of nitric oxide and prostaglandin signaling pathways in spinal nociceptive processing in chronic inflammation

      PAIN
    18. Bennett, AD; Chastain, KM; Hulsebosch, CE
      Alleviation of mechanical and thermal allodynia by CGRP(8-37) in a rodent model of chronic central pain

      PAIN
    19. Larson, AA; Giovengo, SL; Shi, QY; Velazquez, RA; Kovacs, KJ
      Zinc in the extracellular area of the central nervous system is necessary for the development of kainic acid-induced persistent hyperalgesia in mice

      PAIN
    20. Vanegas, H; Sclaible, HG
      Effects of antagonists to high-threshold calcium channels upon spinal mechanisms of pain, hyperalgesia and allodynia

      PAIN
    21. Taylor, BK; Peterson, MA; Roderick, RE; Tate, J; Green, PG; Levine, JO; Basbaum, AI
      Opioid inhibition of formalin-induced changes in plasma extravasation and local blood flow in rats

      PAIN
    22. Herrero, JF; Laird, JMA; Lopez-Garcia, JA
      Wind-up of spinal cord neurones and pain sensation: much ado about something?

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    23. Tsuda, M; Koizumi, S; Kita, A; Shigemoto, Y; Ueno, S; Inoue, K
      Mechanical allodynia caused by intraplantar injection of P2X receptor agonist in rats: Involvement of heteromeric P2X(2/3) receptor signaling in capsaicin-insensitive primary afferent neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Torsney, C; Meredith-Middleton, J; Fitzgerald, M
      Neonatal capsaicin treatment prevents the normal postnatal withdrawal of Afibres from lamina II without affecting Fos responses to innocuous peripheral stimulation

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    25. Bland-Ward, PA; Humphrey, PPA
      P2X receptors mediate ATP-induced primary nociceptive neurone activation

      JOURNAL OF THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
    26. Jones, EG
      Cortical and subcortical contributions to activity-dependent plasticity inprimate somatosensory cortex

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Woolf, CJ; Salter, MW
      Neuroscience - Neuronal plasticity: Increasing the gain in pain

      SCIENCE
    28. Doetsch, GS
      Patterns in the brain: Neuronal population coding in the somatosensory system

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    29. Bester, H; Chapman, V; Besson, JM; Bernard, JF
      Physiological properties of the lamina I spinoparabrachial neurons in the rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    30. Jackman, A; Fitzgerald, M
      Development of peripheral hindlimb and central spinal cord innervation by subpopulations of dorsal root ganglion cells in the embryonic rat

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    31. Woodbury, CJ; Ritter, AM; Koerber, HR
      On the problem of lamination in the superficial dorsal horn of mammals: A reappraisal of the substantia gelatinosa in postnatal life

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    32. Oda, A; Ohashi, H; Komori, S; Iida, H; Dohi, S
      Characteristics of ropivacaine block of Na+ channels in rat dorsal boot ganglion neurons

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    33. Vizzard, MA
      Alterations in growth-associated protein (GAP-43) expression in lower urinary tract pathways following chronic spinal cord injury

      SOMATOSENSORY AND MOTOR RESEARCH
    34. Dalal, A; Tata, M; Allegre, G; Gekiere, F; Bons, N; Albe-Fessard, D
      Spontaneous activity of rat dorsal horn cells in spinal segments of sciatic projection following transection of sciatic nerve or of corresponding dorsal roots

      NEUROSCIENCE
    35. Stanfa, LC; Dickenson, AH
      The role of non-N-methyl-D-aspartate ionotropic glutamate receptors in thespinal transmission of nociception in normal animals and animals with carrageenan inflammation

      NEUROSCIENCE
    36. Eliav, E; Herzberg, U; Ruda, MA; Bennett, GJ
      Neuropathic pain from an experimental neuritis of the rat sciatic nerve

      PAIN
    37. Zhai, QZ; Traub, RJ
      The NMDA receptor antagonist MK-801 attenuates c-Fos expression in the lumbosacral spinal cord following repetitive noxious and non-noxious colorectal distention

      PAIN
    38. Giovengo, SL; Kitto, KF; Kurtz, HJ; Velazquez, RA; Larson, AA
      Parenterally administered kainic acid induces a persistent hyperalgesia inthe mouse and rat

      PAIN
    39. Ding, YQ; Shi, J; Wang, DS; Xu, JQ; Li, JL; Ju, G
      Primary afferent fibers of the pelvic nerve terminate in the gracile nucleus of the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    40. Terman, JR; Wang, XM; Martin, GF
      Developmental plasticity of ascending spinal axons - Studies using the North American opossum, Didelphis virginiana

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    41. Walwyn, WM; Ta-Huang, J; Ackerson, L; Maidment, NT; Edgerton, VR
      Extracellular glutamate in the dorsal horn of the lumbar spinal cord in the freely moving rat during hindlimb stepping

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    42. McCleskey, EW; Gold, MS
      Ion channels of nociception

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYSIOLOGY
    43. Sorkin, LS; Wallace, MS
      Acute pain mechanisms

      SURGICAL CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    44. Fitzgerald, M; Jennings, E
      The postnatal development of spinal sensory processing

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    45. Pertens, E; Urschel-Gysbers, BA; Holmes, M; Pal, R; Foerster, A; Kril, Y; Diamond, J
      Intraspinal and behavioral consequences of nerve growth factor-induced nociceptive sprouting and nerve growth factor-induced hyperalgesia compared inadult rats

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    46. Prats-Galino, A; Puigdellivol-Sanchez, A; Ruano-Gil, D; Molander, C
      Representations of hindlimb digits in rat dorsal root ganglia

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    47. Tong, YG; Wang, HF; Ju, G; Grant, G; Hokfelt, T; Zhang, X
      Increased uptake and transport of cholera toxin B-subunit in dorsal root ganglion neurons after peripheral axotomy: Possible implications for sensorysprouting

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    48. Dib-Hajj, SD; Tyrrell, L; Cummins, TR; Black, JA; Wood, PM; Waxman, SG
      Two tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium channels in human dorsal root ganglion neurons

      FEBS LETTERS
    49. Yick, LW; Wu, WT; So, KF; Yip, HK
      Peripheral nerve graft and neurotrophic factors enhance neuronal survival and expression of nitric oxide synthase in Clarke's nucleus after hemisection of the spinal cord in adult rat

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    50. Vizzard, MA; Boyle, MM
      Increased expression of growth-associated protein (GAP-43) in lower urinary tract pathways following cyclophosphamide (CYP)-induced cystitis

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    51. Oudega, M; Hagg, T
      Neurotrophins promote regeneration of sensory axons in the adult rat spinal cord

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    52. Lombard, MC; Weil-Fugazza, J; Ries, C; Allard, M
      Unilateral joint inflammation induces bilateral and time-dependent changesin neuropeptide FF binding in the superficial dorsal horn of the rat spinal cord: implication of supraspinal descending systems

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    53. RUSSELL IJ
      SUBSTANCE-P AND FIBROMYALGIA

      Journal of musculoskeletal pain
    54. Murase, K; Saka, T; Terao, S; Ikeda, H; Asai, T
      Slow intrinsic optical signals in the rat spinal dorsal horn in slice

      NEUROREPORT
    55. WILSON LB; HAND GA
      SEGMENTAL EFFECT OF SPINAL NK-1 RECEPTOR BLOCKADE ON THE PRESSOR REFLEX

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    56. WU JV; KENDIG JJ
      DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITIES OF TTX-RESISTANT AND TTX-SENSITIVE SODIUM-CHANNELS TO ANESTHETIC CONCENTRATIONS OF ETHANOL IN RAT SENSORY NEURONS

      Journal of neuroscience research
    57. KRENZ NR; WEAVER LC
      SPROUTING OF PRIMARY AFFERENT-FIBERS AFTER SPINAL-CORD TRANSECTION INTHE RAT

      Neuroscience
    58. CANEDO A; MARTINEZ L; MARINO J
      TONIC AND BURSTING ACTIVITY IN THE CUNEATE NUCLEUS OF THE CHLORALOSE-ANESTHETIZED CAT

      Neuroscience
    59. ZHANG X; BAO L; ARVIDSSON U; ELDE R; HOKFELT T
      LOCALIZATION AND REGULATION OF THE DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTOR IN DORSAL-ROOT GANGLIA AND SPINAL-CORD OF THE RAT AND MONKEY - EVIDENCE FOR ASSOCIATION WITH THE MEMBRANE OF LARGE DENSE-CORE VESICLES

      Neuroscience
    60. MCCORMACK K; PRATHER P; CHAPLEO C
      SOME NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE EFFECTS OF OPIOIDS IN PHASIC AND TONIC NOCICEPTIVE TESTS

      Pain
    61. PUIGDELLIVOLSANCHEZ A; PRATSGALINO A; RUANOGIL D; MOLANDER C
      SCIATIC AND FEMORAL NERVE SENSORY NEURONS OCCUPY DIFFERENT REGIONS OFTHE L4 DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION IN THE ADULT-RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    62. NOVAKOVIC SD; TZOUMAKA E; MCGIVERN JG; HARAGUCHI M; SANGAMESWARAN L; GOGAS KR; EGLEN RM; HUNTER JC
      DISTRIBUTION OF THE TETRODOTOXIN-RESISTANT SODIUM-CHANNEL PN3 IN RAT SENSORY NEURONS IN NORMAL AND NEUROPATHIC CONDITIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    63. BRAU ME; ELLIOTT JR
      LOCAL-ANESTHETIC EFFECTS ON TETRODOTOXIN-RESISTANT NA-ROOT GANGLION NEURONS( CURRENTS IN RAT DORSAL)

      European journal of anaesthesiology
    64. WALMSLEY B; ALVAREZ FJ; FYFFE REW
      DIVERSITY OF STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION AT MAMMALIAN CENTRAL SYNAPSES

      Trends in neurosciences
    65. Neuhuber, WL
      Peculiarities of innervation of the head and neck

      ORTHOPADE
    66. Takumi, Y; Bergersen, L; Landsend, AS; Rinvik, E; Ottersen, OP
      Synaptic arrangement of glutamate receptors

      GLUTAMATE SYNAPSE AS A THERAPEUTICAL TARGET: MOLECULAR ORGANIZATION AND PATHOLOGY OF THE GLUTAMATE SYNAPSE
    67. HANEKOP GG; BAUTZ MT; BECK D; KETTLER D; ENSINK FBM
      ANALGESIA IN CANCER PAIN PATIENTS AND IN PALLIATIVE MEDICINE - PART 2- INVASIVE METHODS

      Zentralblatt fur Chirurgie
    68. LIDIERTH M; WALL PD
      DORSAL HORN CELLS CONNECTED TO THE LISSAUER TRACT AND THEIR RELATION TO THE DORSAL-ROOT POTENTIAL IN THE RAT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    69. ULUPINAR E; ERZURUMLU RS
      PERIPHERAL TARGET-SPECIFIC INFLUENCES ON EMBRYONIC NEURITE GROWTH VIGOR AND PATTERNS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    70. MA WY; BISBY MA
      INCREASE OF CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE AXONAL FIBERS OF THE GRACILE NUCLEI OF ADULT AND AGED RATS AFTER COMPLETE AND PARTIAL SCIATIC-NERVE INJURIES

      Experimental neurology
    71. PETRUSKA JC; HUBSCHER CH; JOHNSON RD
      ANODALLY FOCUSED POLARIZATION OF PERIPHERAL-NERVE ALLOWS DISCRIMINATION OF MYELINATED AND UNMYELINATED FIBER INPUT TO BRAIN-STEM NUCLEI

      Experimental Brain Research
    72. AARNISALO AA; PANULA P
      NEUROPEPTIDE FF IN THE LATERAL SPINAL AND LATERAL CERVICAL NUCLEI - EVIDENCE OF CONTACTS ON SPINOTHALAMIC NEURONS

      Experimental Brain Research
    73. NAKAMOTO K; SHIGA T
      TISSUES EXHIBITING INHIBITORY AND REPULSIVE ACTIVITIES DURING THE INITIAL-STAGES OF NEURITE OUTGROWTH FROM THE DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION IN THE CHICK-EMBRYO

      Developmental biology (Print)
    74. NAMASIVAYAM S
      PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF KININ-INDUCED RELAXATION OF HUMANCORPUS CAVERNOSUM

      British Journal of Urology
    75. IKEDA H; RYU PD; PARK JB; TANIFUJI M; ASAI T; MURASE K
      OPTICAL-RESPONSES EVOKED BY SINGLE-PULSE STIMULATION TO THE DORSAL-ROOT IN THE RAT SPINAL DORSAL HORN IN SLICE

      Brain research
    76. PANETSOS F; NUNEZ A; AVENDANO C
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF TEMPORARY DEAFFERENTATION ON 2 CHARACTERIZED CELL-TYPES IN THE NUCLEUS GRACILIS OF THE RAT

      European journal of neuroscience
    77. BROWN PB; KOERBER HR; MILLECCHIA R
      ASSEMBLY OF THE DORSAL HORN SOMATOTOPIC MAP

      Somatosensory & motor research
    78. CHRISTENSEN MD; HULSEBOSCH CE
      CHRONIC CENTRAL PAIN AFTER SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      Journal of neurotrauma
    79. HUMMEL T; SENGUPTA JN; MELLER ST; GEBHART GF
      RESPONSES OF T2-4 SPINAL-CORD NEURONS TO IRRITATION OF THE LOWER AIRWAYS IN THE RAT

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    80. MAZZIA C; CLERC N
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL RELATIONSHIPS OF SPINAL PRIMARY AFFERENT-FIBERS WITH NEURONAL AND NONNEURONAL CELLS IN THE MYENTERIC PLEXUS OF THE CAT ESOPHAGOGASTRIC JUNCTION

      Neuroscience
    81. KHANDWALA H; HODGE E; LOOMIS CW
      COMPARABLE DOSE-DEPENDENT INHIBITION OF AP-7 SENSITIVE STRYCHNINE-INDUCED ALLODYNIA AND PAW PINCH-INDUCED NOCICEPTION BY MEXILETINE IN THE RAT

      Pain
    82. SANTOS ARS; CALIXTO JB
      RUTHENIUM RED AND CAPSAZEPINE ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT IN FORMALIN AND CAPSAICIN MODELS OF PAIN IN MICE

      Neuroscience letters
    83. MALCANGIO M; GARRETT NE; CRUWYS S; TOMLINSON DR
      NERVE GROWTH FACTOR-AND NEUROTROPHIN-3-INDUCED CHANGES IN NOCICEPTIVETHRESHOLD AND THE RELEASE OF SUBSTANCE-P FROM THE RAT ISOLATED SPINAL-CORD

      The Journal of neuroscience
    84. MALMBERG AB; BRANDON EP; IDZERDA RL; LIU HT; MCKNIGHT GS; BASBAUM AI
      DIMINISHED INFLAMMATION AND NOCICEPTIVE PAIN WITH PRESERVATION OF NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN MICE WITH A TARGETED MUTATION OF THE TYPE-I REGULATORY SUBUNIT OF CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    85. BARADA KA; DIKA SS; ATWEH SF; SAADE NE; NASSAR CF
      ACUTE AND NEONATAL CAPSAICIN TREATMENT INHIBIT JEJUNAL AMINO-ACID-ABSORPTION THROUGH A NA-DEPENDENT MECHANISM()

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    86. WILSON LB; HAND GA
      THE PRESSOR REFLEX EVOKED BY STATIC CONTRACTION - NEUROCHEMISTRY AT THE SITE OF THE FIRST SYNAPSE

      Brain research reviews
    87. CLELAND CL; GEBHART GF
      DOES CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM PLASTICITY CONTRIBUTE TO HYPERALGESIA

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    88. WOOD JN; DOCHERTY R
      CHEMICAL ACTIVATORS OF SENSORY NEURONS

      Annual review of physiology
    89. 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
    90. CHRISTENSEN MD; HULSEBOSCH CE
      SPINAL-CORD INJURY AND ANTI-NGF TREATMENT RESULTS IN CHANGES IN CGRP DENSITY AND DISTRIBUTION IN THE DORSAL HORN IN THE RAT

      Experimental neurology
    91. CHENG PY; LIUCHEN LY; PICKEL VM
      DUAL ULTRASTRUCTURAL IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LABELING OF MU-OPIOID AND DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN THE SUPERFICIAL LAYERS OF THE RAT CERVICAL SPINAL-CORD

      Brain research
    92. MOLANDER C; HONGPAISAN J; SVENSSON M; ALDSKOGIUS H
      GLIAL-CELL REACTIONS IN THE SPINAL-CORD AFTER SENSORY NERVE-STIMULATION ARE ASSOCIATED WITH AXONAL INJURY

      Brain research
    93. HAND GA; KRAMER GL; PETTY F; ORDWAY GA; WILSON LB
      EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID-CONCENTRATIONS IN THE SPINAL DORSAL HORN OF CATS DURING MUSCLE-CONTRACTION

      Journal of applied physiology
    94. XU J; WALL JT
      CUTANEOUS REPRESENTATIONS OF THE HAND AND OTHER BODY PARTS IN THE CUNEATE NUCLEUS OF A PRIMATE, AND SOME RELATIONSHIPS TO PREVIOUSLY DESCRIBED CORTICAL REPRESENTATIONS

      Somatosensory & motor research
    95. SCHULIGOI R; HERZEG G; WACHTER C; JOCIC M; HOLZER P
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF C-FOS MESSENGER-RNA IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORDAFTER MUCOSAL AND SEROSAL IRRITATION OF THE STOMACH

      Neuroscience
    96. YU LC; HANSSON P; LUNDEBERG T
      THE CALCITONIN-GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE ANTAGONIST CGRP(8-37) INCREASES THE LATENCY TO WITHDRAWAL RESPONSES BILATERALLY IN RATS WITH UNILATERALEXPERIMENTAL MONONEUROPATHY, AN EFFECT REVERSED BY NALOXONE

      Neuroscience
    97. HIRSHBERG RM; ALCHAER ED; LAWAND NB; WESTLUND KN; WILLIS WD
      IS THERE A PATHWAY IN THE POSTERIOR FUNICULUS THAT SIGNALS VISCERAL PAIN

      Pain
    98. KRAMIS RC; ROBERTS WJ; GILLETTE RG
      POST-SYMPATHECTOMY NEURALGIA - HYPOTHESES ON PERIPHERAL AND CENTRAL NEURONAL MECHANISMS

      Pain
    99. TERMAN JR; WANG XM; MARTIN GF
      GROWTH OF DORSAL SPINOCEREBELLAR AXONS THROUGH A LESION OF THEIR SPINAL PATHWAY DURING EARLY DEVELOPMENT IN THE NORTH-AMERICAN OPOSSUM, DIDELPHIS-VIRGINIANA

      Developmental brain research
    100. CHANDLER MJ; ZHANG JH; FOREMAN RD
      VAGAL, SYMPATHETIC AND SOMATIC SENSORY INPUTS TO UPPER CERVICAL (C-1-C-3) SPINOTHALAMIC TRACT NEURONS IN MONKEYS

      Journal of neurophysiology


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