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Short latency excitation of upper cervical respiratory neurons by vagal stimulation in the rat

Dawkins, M. A.; Foreman, R. D.; Farber, J. P.

Brain research. VOL 594; NUMBER 2, ; 1992, 319 -- ELSEVIER SCIENCE PUBLISHERS Part: Part 2; -- 1992

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Characterization of thoracic spinal neurons with noxious convergent inputs from heart and lower airways in rats

Qin, C.; Foreman, R. D.; Farber, J. P.

Brain research. VOL 1141, ; 2007, 84-91 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. (pages 84-91) -- 2007

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Carbachol and naloxone synergistically elevate dopamine release in rat striatum: an in vivo microdialysis study

Kischka, U. et al.

Brain research. VOL 613; NUMBER 2, ; 1993, 288 -- ELSEVIER SCIENCE PUBLISHERS Part: Part 2; -- 1993

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Comparison of activity characteristics of the cuneate nucleus and thoracic spinal neurons receiving noxious cardiac and/or somatic inputs in rats

Qin, C. et al.

Brain research. VOL 1346, ; 2010, 102-111 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. (pages 102-111) -- 2010

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Roles of peripheral terminals of transient receptor potential vanilloid-1 containing sensory fibers in spinal cord stimulation-induced peripheral vasodilation

Wu, M. et al.

Brain research. VOL 1156, ; 2007, 80-92 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. (pages 80-92) -- 2007

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Spinal cord processing of cardiac nociception: Are there sex differences between male and proestrous female rats?

Little, J. M. et al.

Brain research. VOL 1413, ; 2011, 24-31 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. -- 2011

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Extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK) and protein kinase B (AKT) pathways involved in spinal cord stimulation (SCS)-induced vasodilation

Wu, M. et al.

Brain research. VOL 1207, ; 2008, 73-83 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. (pages 73-83) -- 2008

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Sensory fibers containing vanilloid receptor-1 (VR-1) mediate spinal cord stimulation-induced vasodilation

Wu, M. et al.

Brain research. VOL 1107; NUMBER 1, ; 2006, 177-184 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. (pages 177-184) -- 2006

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Effects of spinal cord stimulation with standard clinical and higher frequencies on peripheral blood flow in rats

Gao, J. et al.

Brain research. VOL 1313, ; 2010, 53-61 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. (pages 53-61) -- 2010

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Potentiation by choline of basal and electrically evoked acetylcholine release, as studied using a novel device which both stimulates and perfuses rat corpus striatum

Farber, S. A. et al.

Brain research. VOL 607; NUMBER 1/2, ; 1993, 177 -- ELSEVIER SCIENCE PUBLISHERS Part: Part 1/2; -- 1993

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