Francisco Martín-Cora

Affiliations: 
Univ. Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain 
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Leiras R, Martín-Cora F, Velo P, et al. (2015) Cat's medullary reticulospinal and subnucleus reticularis dorsalis noxious neurons form a coupled neural circuit through collaterals of descending axons. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00603.2015
Leiras R, Velo P, Martín-Cora F, et al. (2010) Processing afferent proprioceptive information at the main cuneate nucleus of anesthetized cats. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 15383-99
Soto C, Martín-Cora FJ, Leiras R, et al. (2008) Processing noxious information at the subnucleus reticularis dorsalis (SRD) of anesthetized cats: wind-up mechanisms. Pain. 140: 190-208
Fornal CA, Martín-Cora FJ, Jacobs BL. (2006) "Fatigue" of medullary but not mesencephalic raphe serotonergic neurons during locomotion in cats. Brain Research. 1072: 55-61
Soto C, Martín-Cora F, Leiras R, et al. (2006) GABA(B) receptor-mediated modulation of cutaneous input at the cuneate nucleus in anesthetized cats. Neuroscience. 137: 1015-30
Soto C, Aguilar J, Martín-Cora F, et al. (2004) Intracuneate mechanisms underlying primary afferent cutaneous processing in anaesthetized cats. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 19: 3006-16
Martín-Cora FJ, Pazos A. (2004) Autoradiographic distribution of 5-HT7 receptors in the human brain using [3H]mesulergine: comparison to other mammalian species. British Journal of Pharmacology. 141: 92-104
Jacobs BL, Martín-Cora FJ, Fornal CA. (2002) Activity of medullary serotonergic neurons in freely moving animals. Brain Research. Brain Research Reviews. 40: 45-52
Martín-Cora FJ, Fornal CA, Metzler CW, et al. (2000) Single-unit responses of serotonergic medullary and pontine raphe neurons to environmental cooling in freely moving cats. Neuroscience. 98: 301-9
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