Carlos Grijalva

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Behavioral Neuroscience
"Carlos Grijalva"
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Rau V, Grijalva CV. (2004) Indomethacin attenuates hyperthermia produced by anterior coronal lateral hypothalamic knife cuts. Brain Research Bulletin. 64: 53-8
Landeira-Fernandez J, Grijalva CV. (2004) Participation of the substantia nigra dopaminergic neurons in the occurrence of gastric mucosal erosions. Physiology & Behavior. 81: 91-9
Landeira-Fernandez J, Grijalva CV. (1999) Infusion of neurotoxic doses of N-methyl-D-aspartate into the lateral hypothalamus in rats produces stomach erosions, hyperthermia, and a disruption in eating behavior. Behavioral Neuroscience. 113: 1049-61
Landeira-Fernandez J, Grijalva CV. (1999) Gastric mucosal erosion produced by NMDA microinfusions in the lateral hypothalamus: effect of selective knife cuts. Behavioural Brain Research. 102: 51-60
Morrow NS, Schall M, Grijalva CV, et al. (1997) Body temperature and wheel running predict survival times in rats exposed to activity-stress. Physiology & Behavior. 62: 815-25
Morrow NS, Grijalva CV, Geiselman PJ, et al. (1993) Effects of amygdaloid lesions on gastric erosion formation during exposure to activity-stress. Physiology & Behavior. 53: 1043-8
Garrick T, Grijalva CV, Trauner M. (1993) Lateral hypothalamic lesions cause gastric injury by stimulating gastric contractility. The American Journal of Physiology. 265: G138-42
Roland BL, Grijalva CV. (1993) Gastric mucosal erosions induced by lateral hypothalamic damage: neuronal and dopaminergic mechanisms. Brain Research. 605: 110-20
Roland B, Grijalva CV. (1991) Gastric mucosal damage induced by lateral hypothalamic lesions in female rats: influence of age and ovariectomy. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 55: 166-78
Gunion MW, Grijalva CV, Taché Y, et al. (1991) Destruction of different fiber tracts underlies development of lateral hypothalamic lesion-induced hyperthermia and loss of bombesin-induced hypothermia. Brain Research. 560: 326-9
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