Tracy L. Baker, Ph.D.

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2001 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
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Gordon S. Mitchell grad student 2001 UW Madison
 (Spinal plasticity of respiratory motor output following intermittent hypoxia.)
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Fields DP, Braegelmann KM, Meza AL, et al. (2019) Competing mechanisms of plasticity impair compensatory responses to repetitive apnoea. The Journal of Physiology
Allen LL, Seven YB, Baker TL, et al. (2018) Cervical spinal contusion alters Na-K-2Cl- and K-Cl- cation-chloride cotransporter expression in phrenic motor neurons. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology. 261: 15-23
Baertsch NA, Baker TL. (2017) Intermittent apnea elicits inactivity-induced phrenic motor facilitation via a retinoic acid- and protein synthesis-dependent pathway. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00212.2017
Baertsch NA, Baker TL. (2016) Reduced respiratory neural activity elicits a long-lasting decrease in the CO2 threshold for apnea in anesthetized rats. Experimental Neurology
Braegelmann KM, Streeter KA, Fields DP, et al. (2016) Plasticity in respiratory motor neurons in response to reduced synaptic inputs: A form of homeostatic plasticity in respiratory control? Experimental Neurology
Baker TL, Fuller DD, Zabka AG, et al. (2001) Respiratory plasticity: differential actions of continuous and episodic hypoxia and hypercapnia. Respiration Physiology. 129: 25-35
Prabhakar NR, Fields RD, Baker T, et al. (2001) Intermittent hypoxia: cell to system. American Journal of Physiology. Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology. 281: L524-8
Mitchell GS, Baker TL, Nanda SA, et al. (2001) Invited review: Intermittent hypoxia and respiratory plasticity. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 90: 2466-75
Fuller DD, Zabka AG, Baker TL, et al. (2001) Phrenic long-term facilitation requires 5-HT receptor activation during but not following episodic hypoxia. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 90: 2001-6; discussion 2
Fuller DD, Baker TL, Behan M, et al. (2001) Expression of hypoglossal long-term facilitation differs between substrains of Sprague-Dawley rat. Physiological Genomics. 4: 175-81
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