Emilio Decima

Affiliations: 
Neurobiology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
Neurophysiology, neural plasticity
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Farfán FD, Albarracín AL, Felice CJ, et al. (2003) Analysis of the Rat Nerve Activity With an Autoregressive Parametric Model Annual International Conference of the Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology - Proceedings. 3: 2063-2066
Chiocchio SR, Suburo AM, Vladucic E, et al. (1999) Differential effects of superior and inferior spermatic nerves on testosterone secretion and spermatic blood flow in cats. Endocrinology. 140: 1036-43
Decima EE. (1996) Role of the stretch reflex in oxotremorine tremor. Life Sciences. 58: 2041-7
Chehrazi BB, Scremin O, Decima EE. (1989) Effect of regional spinal cord blood flow and central control in recovery from spinal cord injury. Journal of Neurosurgery. 71: 747-53
Voloschin LM, Décima E, Tramezzani JH. (1988) Electronmicroscopic and electrophysiological studies of the teat branch of the XIII thoracic nerve: relationship with lactation in the rat. The Journal of Endocrinology. 118: 471-83
Decima EE, Lorenzo D, Mallach L. (1986) Effects of "partial axotomy" upon synaptic function. Experimental Brain Research. 64: 464-8
Scremin OU, Decima EE. (1983) Control of blood flow in the cat spinal cord. Journal of Neurosurgery. 58: 742-8
Decima EE, Morales FR. (1983) Long-lasting facilitation of a monosynaptic pathway as a result of "partial" axotomy of its presynaptic elements. Experimental Neurology. 79: 532-51
Engelhardt JK, Decima EE. (1976) Presynaptic inhibition of the monosynaptic reflex produced by injections of nicotine or eserine in the spinal cat. Experimental Neurology. 50: 786-97
Decima EE, Goldberg LJ. (1976) Motoneuron-presynaptic interaction in the spinal cord of the cat: rebuttal to a denial. Brain Research. 110: 387-91
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