Paul Feltz

University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, Grand Est, France 
"Paul Feltz"
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Krupp J, Bordey A, Feltz P. (1997) Electrophysiological evidence for multiple glycinergic inputs to neonatal rat sympathetic preganglionic neurons in vitro. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 9: 1711-9
Hayar A, Poulter MO, Pelkey K, et al. (1997) Mesencephalic trigeminal neuron responses to gamma-aminobutyric acid. Brain Research. 753: 120-7
Hayar A, Feltz P, Piguet P. (1997) Adrenergic responses in silent and putative inhibitory pacemaker-like neurons of the rat rostral ventrolateral medulla in vitro. Neuroscience. 77: 199-217
Bordey A, Feltz P, Trouslard J. (1996) Nicotinic actions on neurones of the central autonomic area in rat spinal cord slices. The Journal of Physiology. 497: 175-87
Arvieu L, Mauborgne A, Bourgoin S, et al. (1996) Sumatriptan inhibits the release of CGRP and substance P from the rat spinal cord. Neuroreport. 7: 1973-6
Hayar A, Piguet P, Feltz P. (1996) GABA-induced responses in electrophysiologically characterized neurons within the rat rostro-ventrolateral medulla in vitro. Brain Research. 709: 173-83
Bordey A, Feltz P, Trouslard J. (1996) Patch-clamp characterization of nicotinic receptors in a subpopulation of lamina X neurones in rat spinal cord slices. The Journal of Physiology. 490: 673-8
Bordey A, Feltz P, Trouslard J. (1995) Kinetics of A-currents in sympathetic preganglionic neurones and glial cells. Neuroreport. 7: 37-40
Desaulles E, Reiter MK, Feltz P. (1995) Electrophysiological evidence for oxytocin receptors on sympathetic preganglionic neurones--an in vitro study on the neonatal rat. Brain Research. 699: 139-42
Poisbeau P, Trouslard J, Feltz P, et al. (1994) Calcium influx through neuronal-type nicotinic acetylcholine receptors present on the neuroendocrine cells of the porcine pars intermedia. Neuroendocrinology. 60: 378-88
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