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Douglas G. Stuart

University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
The electrophysiological properties of spinal motoneurons and interneurons; Motor control neurobiology; History of movement neuroscience
"Douglas Stuart"
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Callister RJ, Brichta AM, Schaefer AT, et al. (2019) Pioneers in CNS inhibition: 2. Charles Sherrington and John Eccles on inhibition in spinal and supraspinal structures. Brain Research. 146540
Stuart DG, Gruener RP. (2016) William A. Sibley (1925-2015): Clinical researcher, diagnostician, champion of interdisciplinary neuroscience. Multiple Sclerosis (Houndmills, Basingstoke, England)
Pascoe MA, Holmes MR, Stuart DG, et al. (2014) Discharge characteristics of motor units during long-duration contractions. Experimental Physiology. 99: 1387-98
Stuart DG, Schaefer AT, Massion J, et al. (2014) Pioneers in CNS inhibition: 1. Ivan M. Sechenov, the first to clearly demonstrate inhibition arising in the brain. Brain Research. 1548: 20-48
Stuart DG, Clarac F, Barbara JG, et al. (2011) Paths of discovery in motoneuron neurobiology. Brain Research. 1409: 1-2
Stuart DG, Brownstone RM. (2011) The beginning of intracellular recording in spinal neurons: facts, reflections, and speculations. Brain Research. 1409: 62-92
Brownstone RM, Stuart DG. (2011) Whither motoneurons? Brain Research. 1409: 93-103
Jones JG, Tansey EM, Stuart DG. (2011) Thomas Graham Brown (1882-1965): Behind the scenes at the Cardiff Institute of Physiology Journal of the History of the Neurosciences. 20: 188-209
Clarac F, Massion J, Stuart DG. (2009) Reflections on Jacques Paillard (1920-2006)--a pioneer in the field of motor cognition. Brain Research Reviews. 61: 256-80
Stuart DG, Hultborn H. (2008) Thomas Graham Brown (1882--1965), Anders Lundberg (1920-), and the neural control of stepping. Brain Research Reviews. 59: 74-95
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