Helen Molinari

Affiliations: 
Albany Medical College, Albany, NY, United States 
Area:
neuroanatomy
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Molinari HH, Maisonneuve IM, Glick SD. (1996) Ibogaine neurotoxicity: a re-evaluation. Brain Research. 737: 255-62
Molinari HH, Schultze KE, Strominger NL. (1996) Gracile, cuneate, and spinal trigeminal projections to inferior olive in rat and monkey. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 375: 467-80
Glick SD, Kuehne ME, Maisonneuve IM, et al. (1996) 18-Methoxycoronaridine, a non-toxic iboga alkaloid congener: effects on morphine and cocaine self-administration and on mesolimbic dopamine release in rats. Brain Research. 719: 29-35
Molinari HH, Starr KA, Sluyters RN. (1991) Gracile projection to the cat medial accessory olive: ultrastructural termination patterns and convergence with spino-olivary projection. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 309: 363-74
Molinari HH, Dostrovsky JO, el-Yassir N. (1990) Functional properties of dorsal horn neurons that project to the dorsal accessory olive. Journal of Neurophysiology. 64: 1704-11
Contos N, Molinari HH, Berkley KJ. (1989) Variations in the cellular incorporation of [3H]proline. Brain Research. 479: 172-6
Molinari HH, Starr KA. (1989) Spino-olivary termination on spines in cat medial accessory olive. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 288: 254-62
Molinari HH. (1988) Ultrastructural heterogeneity of spinal terminations in the cat inferior olive. Neuroscience. 27: 425-35
Molinari HH, Dostrovsky JO. (1987) Functional properties of neurons in the cat gracile nucleus that project to the dorsal accessory olive. Experimental Brain Research. 69: 119-30
Molinari HH. (1987) Ultrastructure of the gracile nucleus projection to the dorsal accessory subdivision of the cat inferior olive. Experimental Brain Research. 66: 175-84
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