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Publications

THE PARABRACHIAL NUCLEUS IS A CRITICAL LINK IN THE TRANSMISSION OF SHORT LATENCY NOCICEPTIVE INFORMATION TO MIDBRAIN DOPAMINERGIC NEURONS

DIRECT PROJECTIONS FROM THE SACRAL SPINAL CORD TO THE MEDIAL PREOPTIC AREA IN CAT AND GUINEA PIG

The ventrolateral upper cervical cell group in cat projects to all rostrocaudal levels of the periaqueductal gray matter

Infralimbic cortex projects to all parts of the pontine and medullary lateral tegmental field in cat

Neurons in the guinea pig (Cavia porcellus) lateral lumbosacral spinal cord project to the central part of the lateral periaqueductal gray matter

Periparabigeminal and adjoining mesencephalic tegmental field projections to the dorsolateral periaqueductal grey in cat - a possible role for oculomotor input in the defensive system

Ascending projections from spinal cord and brainstem to periaqueductal gray and thalamus

C1-C3 spinal cord projections to periaqueductal gray and thalamus: A quantitative retrograde tracing study in cat

In cat four times as many lamina I neurons project to the parabrachial nuclei and twice as many to the periaqueductal gray as to the thalamus

Neurons in the lateral sacral cord of the cat project to periaqueductal grey, but not to thalamus

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