Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Share This Author
Projections of the paratrigeminal nucleus to the ambiguus, rostroventrolateral and lateral reticular nuclei, and the solitary tract
Bovine papillomavirus transmission and chromosomal aberrations: an experimental model.
- R. Stocco dos Santos, C. J. Lindsey, W. Beçak
- Biology, MedicineThe Journal of general virology
- 1 September 1998
Data support both the concept that BPV can be transmitted through blood and the hypothesis that infection with the virus causes the clastogenic alterations observed in the present experimental model.
Postnatal development of rats exposed to fluoxetine or venlafaxine during the third week of pregnancy.
- V. A. da-Silva, S. Altenburg, L. R. Malheiros, T. G. Thomaz, C. J. Lindsey
- Medicine, PsychologyBrazilian journal of medical and biological…
The occurrence of low birth weight among pups born to dams which did not show reduced food ingestion or reduction of body weight gain during treatment with lower doses of fluoxetine or venlafaxine suggests that these drugs may have a deleterious effect on prenatal development when administered during pregnancy.
Neuronal connections of the paratrigeminal nucleus: a topographic analysis of neurons projecting to bulbar, pontine and thalamic nuclei related to cardiovascular, respiratory and sensory functions
The Central Pressor Effect of Bradykinin in Normotensive and Hypertensive Rats
The results show that there is a site of bradykinin action that is far more caudal than those previously described, and that bradykinsin injected into the lateral ventricle diffuses to the fourth venticle where it exerts its effects.
Barosensitive neurons in the rat tractus solitarius and paratrigeminal nucleus: a new model for medullary, cardiovascular reflex regulation.
- Antonio Balan Júnior, Cristofer A. Caous, Yun-Guo Yu, C. J. Lindsey
- BiologyCanadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
- 1 July 2004
Findings suggest that the paratrigeminal nucleus, like the NTS, acts as a terminal for primary afferents in the medullary-baroreflex or cardiorespiratory-reflex pathways.
Clastogenic effect of bracken fern (Pteridium aquilinum v. arachnoideum) diet in peripheral lymphocytes of human consumers: preliminary data.
- R. C. Recouso, R. Stocco dos Santos, C. J. Lindsey
- MedicineVeterinary and comparative oncology
- 1 March 2003
Cytogenetic analysis showed significant increased levels of chromosomal abnormalities, such as chromatid breaks, in cultured peripheral lymphocytes of the consumer group, and there was no correlation with subjects, gender, smoking habits or alcohol consumption, and the only correlation was with prolonged exposure to dietary bracken.
Chapter VII Brain kallikrein–kinin system: from receptors to neuronal pathways and physiological functions
Autoradiographic detection of kinin receptors in the human medulla of control, hypertensive, and diabetic donors.
- Hudson de Sousa Buck, B. Ongali, G. Thibault, C. J. Lindsey, R. Couture
- Biology, MedicineCanadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
- 1 April 2002
A putative role for kinins in the regulation of autonomic, nociceptive, and motor functions at the level of the human medulla is found and evidence is provided that B2 receptors are upregulated in medullary cardiovascular centers of subjects afflicted of cardiovascular diseases.