William Mehler

NASA-Ames Research Center, Mountain View, CA, United States 
"William Mehler"
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Rubertone JA, Haroian AJ, Vincent SL, et al. (1990) The rat parvocellular reticular formation: I. Afferents from the cerebellar nuclei. Neuroscience Letters. 119: 79-82
D'Amelio FE, Mehler WR, Gibbs MA, et al. (1987) Immunocytochemical localization of glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) and glutamine synthetase (GS) in the area postrema of the cat. Light and electron microscopy. Brain Research. 410: 232-44
Ganchrow D, Mehler WR. (1986) Dual efferent projections of the trigeminal principal sensory nucleus to the thalamic ventroposteromedial nucleus in the squirrel monkey. Neuroscience Letters. 68: 181-6
D'Amelio FE, Gibbs MA, Mehler WR, et al. (1986) Axoglial contacts in the area postrema of the cat: an ultrastructural study. The Anatomical Record. 215: 407-12
Baskin DS, Mehler WR, Hosobuchi Y, et al. (1986) Autopsy analysis of the safety, efficacy and cartography of electrical stimulation of the central gray in humans. Brain Research. 371: 231-6
D'Amelio FE, Gibbs MA, Mehler WR, et al. (1985) Immunocytochemical localization of glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) in the area postrema of the cat. Light and electron microscopic study. Brain Research. 330: 146-9
Rubertone JA, Mehler WR, Cox GE. (1983) The intrinsic organization of the vestibular complex: evidence for internuclear connectivity. Brain Research. 263: 137-41
Mehler WR. (1983) Observations on the connectivity of the parvicellular reticular formation with respect to a vomiting center. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 23: 63-80
Mehler WR. (1981) The basal ganglia-circa 1982. A review and commentary. Applied Neurophysiology. 44: 261-90
Brizzee KR, Ordy JM, Mehler WR. (1980) Effect of ablation of area postrema on frequency and latency of motion sickness-induced emesis in the squirrel monkey. Physiology & Behavior. 24: 849-53
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