Walter M. St. John, Ph.D

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Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, United States 
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St John WM, Leiter JC. (2009) Discharge of the hypoglossal nerve cannot distinguish eupnea from gasping, as defined by phrenic discharge, in the in situ mouse. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 107: 686-95
Rybak IA, St John WM, Paton JF. (2001) Models of neuronal bursting behavior: implications for in-vivo versus in-vitro respiratory rhythmogenesis. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 499: 159-64
St John WM. (1999) Rostral medullary respiratory neuronal activities of decerebrate cats in eupnea, apneusis and gasping. Respiration Physiology. 116: 47-65
Huang Q, Zhou D, St John WM. (1997) Lesions of regions for in vitro ventilatory genesis eliminate gasping but not eupnea. Respiration Physiology. 107: 111-23
Fung ML, Huang Q, Zhou D, et al. (1997) The morphology and connections of neurons in the gasping centre of adult rats. Neuroscience. 76: 1237-44
St John WM. (1996) Medullary regions for neurogenesis of gasping: noeud vital or noeuds vitals? Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 81: 1865-77
Zhou D, Huang Q, Fung ML, et al. (1996) Phrenic response to hypercapnia in the unanesthetized, decerbrate, newborn rat. Respiration Physiology. 104: 11-22
Fung ML, Wang W, Darnall RA, et al. (1996) Characterization of ventilatory responses to hypoxia in neonatal rats. Respiration Physiology. 103: 57-66
Fung ML, St John WM. (1995) Expiratory neural activities in gasping induced by pharyngeal stimulation and hypoxia. Respiration Physiology. 100: 119-27
Fung ML, Tomori Z, St John WM. (1995) Medullary neuronal activities in gasping induced by pharyngeal stimulation and hypoxia. Respiration Physiology. 100: 195-202
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