Janelle P Greene

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Sleep exerts many effects on mammalian forebrain networks, including homeostatic effects on both synaptic strengths and firing rates. We used large-scale recordings to examine the activity of neurons in the frontal cortex of rats and first observed that the distribution of pyramidal cell firing rates was wide and strongly skewed toward high firing rates.(More)
This study investigates bone-tooth association under compression to identify strain amplified sites within the bone-periodontal ligament (PDL)-tooth fibrous joint. Our results indicate that the biomechanical response of the joint is due to a combinatorial response of the constitutive properties of organic, inorganic, and fluid components. Second maxillary(More)
Pheochromocytomas are tumors that arise from chromaffin cells. Although the majority occur in the adrenal gland, these tumors can be found anywhere from the neck to the base of the pelvis. This condition, which is the cause of hypertension in only a small percentage of patients, can be cured in approximately 90 per cent of cases but can be lethal if left(More)
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