David Bennett

University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
"David Bennett"
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Lin S, Hari K, Black S, et al. (2023) Locomotor-related propriospinal V3 neurons produce primary afferent depolarization and modulate sensory transmission to motoneurons. Journal of Neurophysiology
Metz K, Matos IC, Hari K, et al. (2023) Post-activation depression from primary afferent depolarization (PAD) produces extensor H-reflex suppression following flexor afferent conditioning. The Journal of Physiology
Metz K, Matos IC, Li Y, et al. (2023) Facilitation of sensory transmission to motoneurons during cortical or sensory evoked primary afferent depolarization (PAD) in humans. The Journal of Physiology
Hari K, Lucas-Osma AM, Metz K, et al. (2022) GABA facilitates spike propagation through branch points of sensory axons in the spinal cord. Nature Neuroscience
Afsharipour B, Manzur N, Duchcherer J, et al. (2020) Estimation of self-sustained activity produced by persistent inward currents using firing rate profiles of multiple motor units in humans. Journal of Neurophysiology
Thaweerattanasinp T, Birch D, Jiang MC, et al. (2020) Bursting interneurons in the deep dorsal horn develop increased excitability and sensitivity to serotonin after chronic spinal injury. Journal of Neurophysiology
Lin S, Li Y, Lucas-Osma AM, et al. (2019) Locomotor-related V3 interneurons initiate and coordinate muscles spasms after spinal cord injury. Journal of Neurophysiology
Lucas-Osma AM, Li Y, Murray KC, et al. (2019) 5-HT1D receptors inhibit the monosynaptic stretch reflex by modulating C fibre activity. Journal of Neurophysiology
Lucas-Osma AM, Li Y, Lin S, et al. (2018) Extrasynaptic ∝GABA receptors on proprioceptive afferents produce a tonic depolarization that modulates sodium channel function in the rat spinal cord. Journal of Neurophysiology
Li Y, Lucas-Osma AM, Black S, et al. (2017) Pericytes impair capillary blood flow and motor function after chronic spinal cord injury. Nature Medicine
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