Eric J. Heyer

Anesthesiology Columbia University, New York, NY 
"Eric Heyer"
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Heyer EJ, Flood P. (2000) Droperidol suppresses spontaneous electrical activity in neurons cultured from ventral midbrain. Implications for neuroleptanesthesia. Brain Research. 863: 20-4
Gerber O, Heyer EJ, Vieux U. (1986) Painless dissections of the aorta presenting as acute neurologic syndromes. Stroke; a Journal of Cerebral Circulation. 17: 644-7
Heyer EJ, Chung EY, Van Woert M, et al. (1986) Characterization of dopamine receptors on neurons grown in primary dissociated cell culture from ventral mesencephalon of mouse. Brain Research. 377: 54-62
Heyer EJ, Simpson DM, Bodis-Wollner I, et al. (1986) Nitrous oxide: clinical and electrophysiologic investigation of neurologic complications. Neurology. 36: 1618-22
Heyer EJ. (1986) Dopamine antagonists reduce spontaneous electrical activity in cultured mammalian neurons from ventral mesencephalon. Brain Research. 382: 404-8
Heyer EJ. (1984) Electrophysiological study of mammalian neurons from ventral mesencephalon grown in primary dissociated cell culture. Brain Research. 310: 142-8
Heyer EJ, Macdonald RL. (1982) Calcium- and sodium-dependent action potentials of mouse spinal cord and dorsal root ganglion neurons in cell culture. Journal of Neurophysiology. 47: 641-55
Heyer EJ, Nowak LM, Macdonald RL. (1982) Membrane depolarization and prolongation of calcium-dependent action potentials of mouse neurons in cell culture by two convulsants: bicuculline and penicillin. Brain Research. 232: 41-56
Heyer EJ, Macdonald RL. (1982) Barbiturate reduction of calcium-dependent action potentials: correlation with anesthetic action. Brain Research. 236: 157-71
Heyer EJ, MacDonald RL, Bergey GK, et al. (1981) Calcium-dependent action potentials in mouse spinal cord neurons in cell culture. Brain Research. 220: 408-15
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