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Power spectral analysis of heart rate variability as a new method for assessing autonomic activity in the rat.
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This study in the rat confirmed earlier observations in the conscious dog and human, and found that the decrease in the parasympathetic mechanism produced by atropine was reflected by a slight increase in the LF/HF ratio, which seemed to be a convenient index of parASYmpathetic and sympathetic interactions in theRat. Expand
Autonomic nervous function in mice and voles (Microtus arvalis): investigation by power spectral analysis of heart rate variability
TLDR
The power spectral analysis of heart rate variability suggested that the parasympathetic nervous function was predominant in voles, but the sympathetic one was dominant in mice. Expand
Sensory information from the upper airway: role in the control of breathing.
TLDR
The functional integrity of extrathoracic airways critically depends on the proper orchestration of the activities of a set of patency-maintaining muscles; changes in osmolality and ionic composition of the mucosal surface liquid can lead to conspicuous alterations in receptor activity and related reflexes. Expand
Characteristics of vagal afferent activity in rats: Three types of pulmonary receptors responding to collapse, inflation, and deflation of the lung
  • H. Tsubone
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Experimental Neurology
  • 1 June 1986
TLDR
It is postulated that vagal deflation-sensitive receptors are related to the peripheral mechanism in normal respiration and Hering-Breuer deflation reflex in rats, and results indicate that rat vagus nerves deliver afferent information from at least three types of pulmonary receptors: pulmonary stretch and lung irritant-like receptors and the receptors specifically sensitive to expiration or lung deflation. Expand
Assessment of autonomic nervous function by power spectral analysis of heart rate variability in the horse.
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It is believed that power spectral analysis of HR variability provides a very powerful technique for assessing autonomic nervous activity in the horse. Expand
c-Fos suppresses systemic inflammatory response to endotoxin.
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A novel in vivo role for c-Fos is revealed as an anti-inflammatory transcription factor acting through suppression of NF-kappaB activity in Fos-/- mice. Expand
Multivariate Analyses Revealed Distinctive Features Differentiating Human and Cattle Isolates of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli O157 in Japan
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Analysis of STEC O157 isolates provided new evidence that the stx 2 gene is the most distinctive feature in human isolates compared to cattle isolates in Japan, and only a subset of the genetically diverse population isolated from cattle is involved in human illnesses. Expand
Power spectral analysis of heart rate variability for assessment of diurnal variation of autonomic nervous activity in miniature swine.
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The characteristics of power spectra and diurnal variations of autonomic nervous functions are almost the same as those of humans, therefore, miniature swine may be a useful animal model for future biobehavioral and pharmacotoxicologic studies. Expand
Laryngeal afferent activity and reflexes in the guinea pig.
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Findings suggest the presence of two independent afferent pathways for defensive responses, consistent with the reflex apnea, dependent on an intact laryngeal innervation, induced by capsaicin instillation. Expand
DIESEL EXHAUST (DE) AFFECTS THE REGULATION OF TESTICULAR FUNCTION IN MALE FISCHER 344 RATS
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Diesel exhaust particles at 0.3 mg/m3 significantly decreased prostate and coagulating gland weights, accompanied by a reduction in thymus and adrenal gland weight, and there was a significant rise in the weights of prostate, seminal vesicles, andCoagulating glands in the 3 mg/ m3 DE group. Expand
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