Nicholas M. Mellen, PhD

Affiliations: 
Pediatrics University of Louisville, Louisville 
Area:
Respiratory rhythm generation
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Jagadapillai R, Mellen NM, Sachleben LR, et al. (2014) Ceftriaxone preserves glutamate transporters and prevents intermittent hypoxia-induced vulnerability to brain excitotoxic injury. Plos One. 9: e100230
Mellen NM, Funk GD. (2013) The sagittally sectioned rat hindbrain preparation: Improved access to the brainstem respiratory network Neuromethods. 81: 257-268
Mellen NM, Thoby-Brisson M. (2012) Respiratory circuits: development, function and models. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 22: 676-85
Mellen NM, Mishra D. (2010) Functional anatomical evidence for respiratory rhythmogenic function of endogenous bursters in rat medulla. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 8383-92
Mellen NM. (2010) Degeneracy as a substrate for respiratory regulation. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology. 172: 1-7
Mellen NM, Tuong CM. (2009) Semi-automated region of interest generation for the analysis of optically recorded neuronal activity. Neuroimage. 47: 1331-40
Mellen NM. (2008) Belt-and-suspenders as a biological design principle. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 605: 99-103
Mellen NM. (2008) A vibrating microtome attachment for cutting brain slice preparations at reproducible compound angles relative to the midline. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 168: 113-8
Barnes BJ, Tuong CM, Mellen NM. (2007) Functional imaging reveals respiratory network activity during hypoxic and opioid challenge in the neonate rat tilted sagittal slab preparation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 97: 2283-92
Mellen NM, Roham M, Feldman JL. (2004) Afferent modulation of neonatal rat respiratory rhythm in vitro: cellular and synaptic mechanisms. The Journal of Physiology. 556: 859-74
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