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Sensory receptors of the larynx.
- R. Bradley
- The American journal of medicine
- 6 March 2000
The larynx is a highly reflexogenic area, and stimulation with mechanical and chemical stimuli results in a number of protective reflexes. Investigators have used anatomical, behavioral, and… Expand
A wireless implantable multichannel digital neural recording system for a micromachined sieve electrode
This paper reports the development of an implantable, fully integrated, multichannel peripheral neural recording system, which is powered and controlled using an RF telemetry link. Expand
In vitro study of afferent synaptic transmission in the rostral gustatory zone of the rat nucleus of the solitary tract
The synaptic responses of rostral nucleus of the solitary tract (rNST) neurons to electrical stimulation of the solitary tract (ST) fibers were investigated using whole-cell recordings in brain… Expand
Properties of GABAergic neurons in the rostral solitary tract nucleus in mice.
The rostral nucleus of the solitary tract (rNST) plays a pivotal role in taste processing. The rNST contains projection neurons and interneurons that differ in morphology and intrinsic membrane… Expand
Whole-cell analysis of ionic currents underlying the firing pattern of neurons in the gustatory zone of the nucleus tractus solitarii.
1. Previous work from this laboratory has shown that rostral nucleus tractus solitarii (rNTS) neurons can be separated into four different classes on the basis of responses to a current injection… Expand
Fetal sensory receptors.
Synaptic interactions due to convergent input from gustatory afferent fibers in the rostral nucleus of the solitary tract.
1. Whole cell recordings from neurons in the rostral, gustatory nucleus of the solitary tract (rNST) were made using the "blind" patch-clamp technique in horizontal brain stem slices of rats. 2.… Expand
Hedgehog pathway blockade with the cancer drug LDE225 disrupts taste organs and taste sensation.
- A. Kumari, A. Ermilov, Benjamin L. Allen, R. Bradley, A. Dlugosz, C. Mistretta
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of neurophysiology
- 1 February 2015
Taste sensation on the anterior tongue requires chorda tympani nerve function and connections with continuously renewing taste receptor cells. However, it is unclear which signaling pathways regulate… Expand
Effects of GABA on neurons of the gustatory and visceral zones of the parabrachial nucleus in rats
Response characteristics of neurons in the gustatory and visceral zone of the parabrachial nucleus (PBN) to gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) were examined using whole cell recordings in brain slices of… Expand