Irving Wagman, Ph.D.

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University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
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Iwamoto GA, Ryu H, Wagman IH. (1980) Effects of stimulation of the caudal brain stem on late ventral root reflex discharge elicited by high threshold sural nerve afferents. Brain Research. 183: 193-9
Ryu H, Uemura K, Dong WK, et al. (1979) Distribution of thalamic nuclei which respond to noxious stimulation and localization of their spinothalamic tracts [proceedings]. Applied Neurophysiology. 42: 318-9
Dong WK, Ryu H, Wagman IH. (1978) Nociceptive responses of neurons in medial thalamus and their relationship to spinothalamic pathways. Journal of Neurophysiology. 41: 1592-1613
Iwamoto GA, Ryu H, Wagman IH. (1978) Contribution of unmyelinated afferents from the sural nerve to spinal reflex activity. Experimental Neurology. 62: 260-7
Dong WK, Ryu H, Wagman IH. (1978) Nociceptive responses of neurons in the posterior group of nuclei and medial thalamus. Federation Proceedings. 37: 2228-33
Wagman IH, Dong WK, McMillan JA. (1976) Possible physiological bases for acupuncture analgesia. The American Journal of Chinese Medicine. 4: 313-31
Wagman IH, Loeffler JR, McMillan JA. (1975) Relationship between growth of brain and skull of Macaca mulatta and its importance for the stereotaxic technique. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 12: 116-34
Wagman IH, Wong WK. (1975) Physiological mechanisms in the mammal underlying posture, locomotion, and orientation in space. Aeromedical Reviews. 5-97
Wagman IH, Dong WK. (1975) Principles of biodynamics. III. Physiological mechanisms in the mammal underlying posture, locomotion, and orientation in space Aeromedical Reviews
Munson ES, Wagman IH. (1973) Elevation of lidocaine seizure threshold by gallamine in rhesus monkeys. Archives of Neurology. 28: 329-33
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