John B. Simpson

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State University of New York, Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, United States 
Area:
circumventricular organs
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Weisinger RS, Denton DA, McKinley MJ, et al. (1993) Forebrain lesions that disrupt water homeostasis do not eliminate the sodium appetite of sodium deficiency in sheep. Brain Research. 628: 166-78
Thunhorst RL, Ehrlich KJ, Simpson JB. (1990) Subfornical organ participates in salt appetite. Behavioral Neuroscience. 104: 637-42
Thunhorst RL, Fitts DA, Simpson JB. (1989) Angiotensin-converting enzyme in subfornical organ mediates captopril-induced drinking. Behavioral Neuroscience. 103: 1302-10
Midkiff EE, Fitts DA, Simpson JB, et al. (1987) Attenuated sodium appetite in response to sodium deficiency in Fischer-344 rats. The American Journal of Physiology. 252: R562-6
Frankmann SP, Sakai RR, Simpson JB. (1987) Sodium appetite and cerebrospinal fluid sodium concentration during hypovolemia. Appetite. 9: 57-64
Thunhorst RL, Fitts DA, Simpson JB. (1987) Separation of captopril effects on salt and water intake by subfornical organ lesions. The American Journal of Physiology. 252: R409-18
McKinley MJ, Denton DA, Gellatly D, et al. (1987) Water drinking caused by intracerebroventricular infusions of hypertonic solutions in cattle. Physiology & Behavior. 39: 459-64
Midkiff EE, Fitts DA, Simpson JB, et al. (1987) Atenuated sodium appetite in response to sodium deficiency in Fischer-344 rats American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 252: 21/3
Fitts DA, Simpson JB. (1986) Drinking and natriuresis during volume expansion and intracranial angiotensin or carbachol. The American Journal of Physiology. 251: R381-7
Fitts DA, Thunhorst RL, Simpson JB. (1985) Modulation of salt appetite by lateral ventricular infusions of angiotensin II and carbachol during sodium depletion. Brain Research. 346: 273-80
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