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1951 12
1952 31
1953 52
1954 43
1955 55
1956 48
1957 81
1958 67
1959 29
1963 2
1964 3
1965 57
1966 121
1967 111
1968 146
1969 119
1970 127
1971 128
1972 128
1973 132
1974 140
1975 152
1976 152
1977 123
1978 155
1979 167
1980 183
1981 170
1982 207
1983 212
1984 205
1985 200
1986 220
1987 214
1988 211
1989 222
1990 233
1991 293
1992 297
1993 307
1994 249
1995 234
1996 254
1997 216
1998 211
1999 173
2000 162
2001 183
2002 136
2003 122
2004 151
2005 167
2006 152
2007 162
2008 139
2009 125
2010 131
2011 106
2012 142
2013 141
2014 143
2015 134
2016 132
2017 118
2018 107
2019 37
2020 0
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Phasic inhibition as a mechanism for generation of rapid respiratory rhythms
Cregg JM, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2017. PMID 29133427 Free PMC article.
Central neural networks operate continuously throughout life to control respiration, yet mechanisms regulating ventilatory frequency are poorly understood. ...
Central neural networks operate continuously throughout life to control respiration, yet mechanisms regulating ventilatory frequency …
Julius H. Comroe Distinguished Lecture: Interdependence of neuromodulators in the control of breathing
Forster HV. J Appl Physiol (1985) 2018 - Review. PMID 30138081 Free PMC article.
We conclude: 1) there is site-dependent interdependence of neuromodulators during physiologic conditions, and 2) attributing physiologic effects to a specific receptor perturbation is complicated by local compensatory mechanisms....
We conclude: 1) there is site-dependent interdependence of neuromodulators during physiologic conditions, and 2) attributing physiologic …
Doxapram
Wang SC and Hirsh K. Lancet 1973. PMID 4126096
[On the assessment of spontaneous respiratory changes in respiration-olfactometry].
Gudziol H, et al. Laryngorhinootologie 2018. PMID 28697507 German.
Before stimulation, the respiration was not allowed to scatter significantly (variation coefficient of the duration of inspiration (DIN) and expiration (DEX) ≤0.1). ...CONCLUSIONS: Only the randomized nasal stimulation with an odor and a blank makes the respiration-olfactometry meaningful....
Before stimulation, the respiration was not allowed to scatter significantly (variation coefficient of the duration of inspiration (D …
Respiratory stimulants
[No authors listed] Br Med J 1972. PMID 5067666 Free PMC article.
Fetal breathing
Boddy K and Dawes GS. Br Med Bull 1975. PMID 1237340
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