Phyllis M Gootman

State University of New York, Brooklyn, Stockholm, NY, United States 
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Sica AL, Ruggiero DA, Zhao N, et al. (2002) Developmental changes in heart rate variability during exposure to prolonged hypercapnia in piglets. Autonomic Neuroscience : Basic & Clinical. 100: 41-9
Sica AL, Gootman PM, Ruggiero DA. (1999) CO2-induced expression of c-fos in the nucleus of the solitary tract and the area postrema of developing swine Brain Research. 837: 106-116
Ruggiero DA, Gootman PM, Ingenito S, et al. (1999) The area postrema of newborn swine is activated by hypercapnia: relevance to sudden infant death syndrome? Journal of the Autonomic Nervous System. 76: 167-175
Sica AL, Gootman PM, Ingenito S, et al. (1999) Physiological and Anatomical Correlates of Prolonged Hypercapnia in A Developing Swine Model Pediatric Research. 45
Ruggiero DA, Gootman PM, Sica A. (1998) Presence of a non-NMDA glutamate receptor subtype in the sympathetic nervous system of neonatal swine Journal of the Autonomic Nervous System. 73: 101-108
Sica AL, Hundley BW, Ruggiero DA, et al. (1997) Emergence of lung-inflation-related sympathetic nerve activity in spinal cord transected neonatal swine. Brain Research. 767: 380-383
Ruggiero DA, Anwar M, Kim J, et al. (1997) Induction of c-fos gene expression by spinal cord transection in the rat Brain Research. 763: 21-29
Ruggiero DA, Sica AL, Anwar M, et al. (1997) Induction of c-fos gene expression by spinal cord transection in Sus scrofa. Brain Research. 759: 301-305
Gootman PM, Sica AL, Ruggiero DA, et al. (1997) Maintenance of Sympathetic Activity Following Spinal Cord Transection in Neonatal Swine. |[dagger]| 251 Pediatric Research. 41: 44-44
Ruggiero DA, Tong S, Anwar M, et al. (1996) Hypotension-induced expression of the c-fos gene in the medulla oblongata of piglets Brain Research. 706: 199-209
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