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Forebrain afferents to the rat dorsal raphe nucleus demonstrated by retrograde and anterograde tracing methods
The dorsal raphe nucleus through its extensive efferents has been implicated in a great variety of physiological and behavioural functions. However, little is know about its afferents. Therefore, toExpand
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Biogenic amines and the states of sleep.
  • M. Jouvet
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Science
  • 3 January 1969
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Potential brain neuronal targets for amphetamine-, methylphenidate-, and modafinil-induced wakefulness, evidenced by c-fos immunocytochemistry in the cat.
Much experimental and clinical data suggest that the pharmacological profile of modafinil, a newly discovered waking substance, differs from those of amphetamine and methylphenidate, two classicalExpand
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Neurochemical and behavioral effects of ciproxifan, a potent histamine H3-receptor antagonist.
Ciproxifan, i.e., cyclopropyl-(4-(3-1H-imidazol-4-yl)propyloxy) phenyl) ketone, belongs to a novel chemical series of histamine H3-receptor antagonists. In vitro, it behaved as a competitiveExpand
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The role of monoamines and acetylcholine-containing neurons in the regulation of the sleep-waking cycle.
  • M. Jouvet
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Ergebnisse der Physiologie, biologischen Chemie…
  • 1972
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Afferent projections to the rat nuclei raphe magnus, raphe pallidus and reticularis gigantocellularis pars α demonstrated by iontophoretic application of choleratoxin (subunit b)
The aim of the present study was to identify the specific afferent projections to the rostral and caudal nucleus raphe magnus, the gigantocellular reticular nucleus pars alpha and the rostral nucleusExpand
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Iontophoretic application of unconjugated cholera toxin B subunit (CTb) combined with immunohistochemistry of neurochemical substances: a method for transmitter identification of retrogradely labeled
In this report, we demonstrate that cholera-toxin B subunit (CTb) is a very sensitive retrograde tracer in the central nervous system when recognized by streptavidin-peroxidase immunohistochemistry.Expand
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Distribution of glycine-immunoreactive cell bodies and fibers in the rat brain
To localize glycinergic cell bodies and fibers in the rat brain, we developed a sensitive immunohistochemical method combining the use of specific glycine antibodies (Campistron G. et al. (1986)Expand
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Histaminergic descending inputs to the mesopontine tegmentum and their role in the control of cortical activation and wakefulness in the cat
We have demonstrated previously the importance of histaminergic neurons in arousal mechanisms. In addition to their ascending axons, these neurons also send heavy descending inputs to the mesopontineExpand
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Neurophysiology of the states of sleep.
  • M. Jouvet
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Physiological reviews
  • 1 April 1967
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