Joe Dan Coulter

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University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
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Ritchie TC, Westlund KN, Bowker RM, et al. (1982) The relationship of the medullary catecholamine containing neurones to the vagal motor nuclei. Neuroscience. 7: 1471-82
Murray EA, Coulter JD. (1982) Organization of tectospinal neurons in the cat and rat superior colliculus. Brain Research. 243: 201-14
Yezierski RP, Bowker RM, Kevetter GA, et al. (1982) Serotonergic projections to the caudal brain stem: a double label study using horseradish peroxidase and serotonin immunocytochemistry. Brain Research. 239: 258-64
Murray EA, Coulter JD. (1981) Organization of corticospinal neurons in the monkey. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 195: 339-65
Wise SP, Murray EA, Coulter JD. (1979) Somatotopic organization of corticospinal and corticotrigeminal neurons in the rat. Neuroscience. 4: 65-78
Coulter JD, Bowker RM, Wise SP, et al. (1979) Cortical, tectal and medullary descending pathways to the cervical spinal cord. Progress in Brain Research. 50: 263-79
Skinner RD, Coulter JD, Adams RJ, et al. (1979) Cells of origin of long descending propriospinal fibers connecting the spinal enlargements in cat and monkey determined by horseradish peroxidase and electrophysiological techniques. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 188: 443-54
Maynard CW, Leonard RB, Coulter JD, et al. (1977) Central connections of ventral root afferents as demonstrated by the HRP method. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 172: 601-8
Applebaum ML, Clifton GL, Coggeshall RE, et al. (1976) Unmyelinated fibres in the sacral 3 and caudal 1 ventral roots of the cat. The Journal of Physiology. 256: 557-72
Foreman RD, Beall JE, Coulter JD, et al. (1976) Effects of dorsal column stimulation on primate spinothalamic tract neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology. 39: 534-46
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