Alastair V. Ferguson, PhD

Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada 
"Alastair Ferguson"
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Medlock L, Shute L, Fry M, et al. (2018) Ionic mechanisms underlying tonic and burst firing behaviour in subfornical organ neurons: a combined experimental and modeling study. Journal of Neurophysiology
Cancelliere NM, Black EA, Ferguson AV. (2015) Neurohumoral Integration of Cardiovascular Function by the Lamina Terminalis. Current Hypertension Reports. 17: 93
Hindmarch CC, Ferguson AV. (2015) Physiological roles for the subfornical organ: a dynamic transcriptome shaped by autonomic state. The Journal of Physiology
Mimee A, Ferguson AV. (2015) Glycemic state regulates melanocortin, but not nesfatin-1, responsiveness of glucose-sensing neurons in the nucleus of the solitary tract. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 308: R690-9
Kuksis M, Ferguson AV. (2015) Actions of a hydrogen sulfide donor (NaHS) on transient sodium, persistent sodium, and voltage-gated calcium currents in neurons of the subfornical organ Journal of Neurophysiology. 114: 1641-1651
Samson WK, Ferguson AV. (2015) Exploring the OVLT: Insight into a critically important window into the brain American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 309: R322-R323
Kuksis M, Smith PM, Ferguson AV. (2014) Hydrogen sulfide regulates cardiovascular function by influencing the excitability of subfornical organ neurons. Plos One. 9: e105772
Kuksis M, Ferguson AV. (2014) Cellular actions of nesfatin-1 in the subfornical organ. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 26: 237-46
Ahmed AS, Dai L, Ho W, et al. (2014) The subfornical organ: a novel site of action of cholecystokinin. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 306: R363-73
Mimee A, Kuksis M, Ferguson AV. (2014) α-MSH exerts direct postsynaptic excitatory effects on NTS neurons and enhances GABAergic signaling in the NTS. Neuroscience. 262: 70-82
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