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Spinal cholinergic neurons activated during locomotion: localization and electrophysiological characterization.

Huang A, Noga BR, Carr PA, Fedirchuk B, Jordan LM.  2000.  Spinal cholinergic neurons activated during locomotion: localization and electrophysiological characterization. J Neurophysiol. 83(6):3537-47. Google Scholar PubMed

Distribution of 5-hydroxytryptamine-immunoreactive boutons on immunohistochemically-identified Renshaw cells in cat and rat lumbar spinal cord.

Carr PA, Pearson JC, Fyffe RE.  1999.  Distribution of 5-hydroxytryptamine-immunoreactive boutons on immunohistochemically-identified Renshaw cells in cat and rat lumbar spinal cord. Brain Res. 823(1-2):198-201. Google Scholar PubMed

Calbindin D28k expression in immunohistochemically identified Renshaw cells.

Carr PA, Alvarez FJ, Leman EA, Fyffe RE.  1998.  Calbindin D28k expression in immunohistochemically identified Renshaw cells. Neuroreport. 9(11):2657-61. Google Scholar PubMed

Cytochemical characteristics of cat spinal neurons activated during fictive locomotion.

Carr PA, Huang A, Noga BR, Jordan LM.  1995.  Cytochemical characteristics of cat spinal neurons activated during fictive locomotion. Brain Res Bull. 37(2):213-8. Google Scholar PubMed

Intracellular labeling of cat spinal neurons using a tetramethylrhodamine-dextran amine conjugate.

Carr PA, Noga BR, Nance DM, Jordan LM.  1994.  Intracellular labeling of cat spinal neurons using a tetramethylrhodamine-dextran amine conjugate. Brain Res Bull. 34(5):447-51. Google Scholar PubMed