Robert B. Leonard

Affiliations: 
University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX 
Area:
Vestibular Research
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Leonard RB, Kevetter GA. (2007) Structural and functional changes in the cristae ampullares of aged gerbils. Neuroscience. 147: 794-802
Li GQ, Kevetter GA, Leonard RB, et al. (2007) Muscarinic acetylcholine receptor subtype expression in avian vestibular hair cells, nerve terminals and ganglion cells. Neuroscience. 146: 384-402
Leonard RB, Kevetter GA. (2006) Vestibular efferents contain peripherin. Neuroscience Letters. 408: 104-7
Dinsmore AJ, Leonard RB, Manthey D. (2005) Spontaneous spinal epidural hematoma: a case report. The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 28: 423-6
Kevetter GA, Zimmerman CL, Leonard RB. (2005) Hair cell numbers do not decrease in the crista ampullaris of geriatric gerbils. Journal of Neuroscience Research. 80: 279-85
Kevetter GA, Leonard RB, Newlands SD, et al. (2004) Central distribution of vestibular afferents that innervate the anterior or lateral semicircular canal in the mongolian gerbil. Journal of Vestibular Research : Equilibrium & Orientation. 14: 1-15
Kevetter GA, Leonard RB. (2002) Decreased expression of calretinin and calbindin in the labyrinth of old gerbils. Brain Research. 957: 362-5
Kevetter GA, Leonard RB. (2002) Molecular probes of the vestibular nerve. II. Characterization of neurons in Scarpa's ganglion to determine separate populations within the nerve. Brain Research. 928: 18-29
Leonard RB, Kevetter GA. (2002) Molecular probes of the vestibular nerve. I. Peripheral termination patterns of calretinin, calbindin and peripherin containing fibers. Brain Research. 928: 8-17
Leonard RB, Moreland KM. (2001) EMS for the masses. Preplanning your EMS response to a major event. Emergency Medical Services. 30: 53-60
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