Alrich L. Gray, Ph.D.

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2003 Howard University 
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Neuroscience Biology, Animal Physiology Biology
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V J. Massari grad student 2003 Howard University
 (The central and peripheral neural mechanisms involved in parasympathetic control of cardiac rate: Neuroanatomical and physiological studies characterizing the posterior atrial ganglion on the heart.)
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Gray AL, Johnson TA, Lauenstein JM, et al. (2004) Parasympathetic control of the heart. III. Neuropeptide Y-immunoreactive nerve terminals synapse on three populations of negative chronotropic vagal preganglionic neurons. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 96: 2279-87
Johnson TA, Gray AL, Lauenstein JM, et al. (2004) Parasympathetic control of the heart. I. An interventriculo-septal ganglion is the major source of the vagal intracardiac innervation of the ventricles. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 96: 2265-72
Gray AL, Johnson TA, Ardell JL, et al. (2004) Parasympathetic control of the heart. II. A novel interganglionic intrinsic cardiac circuit mediates neural control of heart rate. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 96: 2273-8
Blinder KJ, Dickerson LW, Gray AL, et al. (1998) Control of negative inotropic vagal preganglionic neurons in the dog: synaptic interactions with substance P afferent terminals in the nucleus ambiguus? Brain Research. 810: 251-6
Massari VJ, Dickerson LW, Gray AL, et al. (1998) Neural control of left ventricular contractility in the dog heart: synaptic interactions of negative inotropic vagal preganglionic neurons in the nucleus ambiguus with tyrosine hydroxylase immunoreactive terminals. Brain Research. 802: 205-20
Blinder KJ, Gatti PJ, Johnson TA, et al. (1998) Ultrastructural circuitry of cardiorespiratory reflexes: there is a monosynaptic path between the nucleus of the solitary tract and vagal preganglionic motoneurons controlling atrioventricular conduction in the cat. Brain Research. 785: 143-57
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