Jaime R. Villablanca

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
"Jaime Villablanca"
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Villablanca JR, de Andrés I. (2011) Understanding REM sleep: Clues from brain lesion studies Rapid Eye Movement Sleep: Regulation and Function. 89-98
Villablanca JR. (2010) Why do we have a caudate nucleus? Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis. 70: 95-105
Burgess JW, Villablanca JR. (2007) Ontogenesis of morphine-induced behavior in the cat. Brain Research. 1134: 53-61
Hovda DA, Villablanca JR, Chugani HT, et al. (2006) Metabolic maturation of the brain: a study of local cerebral protein synthesis in the developing cat. Brain Research. 1113: 54-63
Villablanca JR. (2004) Counterpointing the functional role of the forebrain and of the brainstem in the control of the sleep-waking system. Journal of Sleep Research. 13: 179-208
de Andrés I, Garzón M, Villablanca JR. (2004) The brain stem but not forebrain independently supports morphine tolerance and withdrawal effects in cats. Behavioural Brain Research. 148: 133-44
Villablanca JR, de Andrés I, Garzón M. (2003) Debating how rapid eye movement sleep is regulated (and by what). Journal of Sleep Research. 12: 259-62
de Andrés I, Garzón M, Villablanca JR. (2003) The disconnected brain stem does not support rapid eye movement sleep rebound following selective deprivation. Sleep. 26: 419-25
Schmanke TD, Villablanca JR. (2001) A critical maturational period of reduced brain vulnerability to injury. A study of cerebral glucose metabolism in cats. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 131: 127-41
Villablanca JR, de Andrés I, Olmstead CE. (2001) Sleep-waking states develop independently in the isolated forebrain and brain stem following early postnatal midbrain transection in cats. Neuroscience. 106: 717-31
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