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Max R. Bennett grad student 1973 University of Sydney
 (A study of the properties of mammalian preganglionic nerve terminals)
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Jänig W, McLachlan EM, Neuhuber WL. (2018) The sacral autonomic outflow: against premature oversimplification. Clinical Autonomic Research : Official Journal of the Clinical Autonomic Research Society
Jänig W, Keast JR, McLachlan EM, et al. (2017) Renaming all spinal autonomic outflows as sympathetic is a mistake. Autonomic Neuroscience : Basic & Clinical
Neuhuber W, McLachlan E, Jänig W. (2017) The sacral autonomic outflow is spinal, but not "sympathetic". Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007)
McGrath JC, McLachlan EM, Zeller R. (2015) Transparency in Research involving Animals: The Basel Declaration and new principles for reporting research in BJP manuscripts. British Journal of Pharmacology. 172: 2427-32
McLachlan EM, Hu P. (2014) Inflammation in dorsal root ganglia after peripheral nerve injury: effects of the sympathetic innervation. Autonomic Neuroscience : Basic & Clinical. 182: 108-17
McLachlan F, McLachlan E. (2014) Colour and contingency: Theory into practice Architectural Theory Review. 19: 243-258
Schmid AB, Coppieters MW, Ruitenberg MJ, et al. (2013) Local and remote immune-mediated inflammation after mild peripheral nerve compression in rats. Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology. 72: 662-80
Tripovic D, McLachlan EM, Brock JA. (2013) Removal of half the sympathetic innervation does not reduce vasoconstrictor responses in rat tail artery. The Journal of Physiology. 591: 2867-84
McLellan L, McLachlan E, Perkins L, et al. (2013) Music and health. Phenomenological investigation of a medical humanity. Advances in Health Sciences Education : Theory and Practice. 18: 167-79
McLachlan E, King N, Wenger E, et al. (2012) Phenomenological analysis of patient experiences of medical student teaching encounters. Medical Education. 46: 963-73
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