David A. McCrea

University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 
spinal cord physiology, locomotion
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Bautista W, McCrea DA, Nagy JI. (2014) Connexin36 identified at morphologically mixed chemical/electrical synapses on trigeminal motoneurons and at primary afferent terminals on spinal cord neurons in adult mouse and rat. Neuroscience. 263: 159-80
Bautista W, Nagy JI, Dai Y, et al. (2012) Requirement of neuronal connexin36 in pathways mediating presynaptic inhibition of primary afferents in functionally mature mouse spinal cord. The Journal of Physiology. 590: 3821-39
Power KE, McCrea DA, Fedirchuk B. (2010) Intraspinally mediated state-dependent enhancement of motoneurone excitability during fictive scratch in the adult decerebrate cat. The Journal of Physiology. 588: 2839-57
McCrea DA, Rybak IA. (2008) Organization of mammalian locomotor rhythm and pattern generation. Brain Research Reviews. 57: 134-46
McCrea DA, Rybak IA. (2007) Modeling the mammalian locomotor CPG: insights from mistakes and perturbations. Progress in Brain Research. 165: 235-53
Rybak IA, Shevtsova NA, Lafreniere-Roula M, et al. (2006) Modelling spinal circuitry involved in locomotor pattern generation: insights from deletions during fictive locomotion. The Journal of Physiology. 577: 617-39
Rybak IA, Stecina K, Shevtsova NA, et al. (2006) Modelling spinal circuitry involved in locomotor pattern generation: insights from the effects of afferent stimulation. The Journal of Physiology. 577: 641-58
McCrea D, Lafreniere-Roula M. (2006) Reply [2] Journal of Neurophysiology. 95: 563-565
Stecina K, Quevedo J, McCrea DA. (2005) Parallel reflex pathways from flexor muscle afferents evoking resetting and flexion enhancement during fictive locomotion and scratch in the cat. The Journal of Physiology. 569: 275-90
Quevedo J, Stecina K, Gosgnach S, et al. (2005) Stumbling corrective reaction during fictive locomotion in the cat. Journal of Neurophysiology. 94: 2045-52
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