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Authors: MILTON SL LUTZ PL
Citation: Sl. Milton et Pl. Lutz, LOW EXTRACELLULAR DOPAMINE LEVELS ARE MAINTAINED IN THE ANOXIC TURTLE(TRACHEMYS-SCRIPTA) STRIATUM, Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism, 18(7), 1998, pp. 803-807

Authors: MILTON SL SCHULMAN AA LUTZ PL
Citation: Sl. Milton et al., THE EFFECT OF BEACH NOURISHMENT WITH ARAGONITE VERSUS SILICATE SAND ON BEACH TEMPERATURE AND LOGGERHEAD SEA-TURTLE NESTING SUCCESS, Journal of coastal research, 13(3), 1997, pp. 904-915

Authors: FERNANDES JA LUTZ PL TANNENBAUM A TODOROV AT LIEBOVITCH L VERTES R
Citation: Ja. Fernandes et al., ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM ACTIVITY IN THE ANOXIC TURTLE BRAIN, American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, 42(3), 1997, pp. 911-919

Authors: HYLLAND P MILTON S PEK M NILSSON GE LUTZ PL
Citation: P. Hylland et al., BRAIN NA+ K+-ATPASE ACTIVITY IN 2 ANOXIA TOLERANT VERTEBRATES - CRUCIAN CARP AND FRESH-WATER TURTLE/, Neuroscience letters, 235(1-2), 1997, pp. 89-92

Authors: SODERSTROM V NILSSON GE LUTZ PL
Citation: V. Soderstrom et al., EFFECTS OF INHIBITION OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHESIS AND OF HYPERCAPNIA ONBLOOD-PRESSURE AND BRAIN BLOOD-FLOW IN THE TURTLE, Journal of Experimental Biology, 200(4), 1997, pp. 815-820

Authors: LUTZ PL REINERS R
Citation: Pl. Lutz et R. Reiners, SURVIVAL OF ENERGY FAILURE IN THE ANOXIC FROG BRAIN - DELAYED RELEASEOF GLUTAMATE, Journal of Experimental Biology, 200(22), 1997, pp. 2913-2917

Authors: LUTZ PL NILSSON GE
Citation: Pl. Lutz et Ge. Nilsson, CONTRASTING STRATEGIES FOR ANOXIC BRAIN SURVIVAL - GLYCOLYSIS UP OR DOWN, Journal of Experimental Biology, 200(2), 1997, pp. 411-419

Authors: PEK M LUTZ PL
Citation: M. Pek et Pl. Lutz, ROLE FOR ADENOSINE IN CHANNEL ARREST IN THE ANOXIC TURTLE BRAIN, Journal of Experimental Biology, 200(13), 1997, pp. 1913-1917

Authors: LUTZ PL KABLER S
Citation: Pl. Lutz et S. Kabler, RELEASE OF ADENOSINE AND ATP IN THE BRAIN OF THE FRESH-WATER TURTLE (TRACHEMYS-SCRIPTA) DURING LONG-TERM ANOXIA, Brain research, 769(2), 1997, pp. 281-286

Authors: LUTZ PL NILSSON GE PEREZPINZON MA
Citation: Pl. Lutz et al., ANOXIA TOLERANT ANIMALS FROM A NEUROBIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE, Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry, 113(1), 1996, pp. 3-13

Authors: HYLLAND P NILSSON GE LUTZ PL
Citation: P. Hylland et al., ROLE OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN THE ELEVATION OF CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW INDUCED BY ACETYLCHOLINE AND ANOXIA IN THE TURTLE, Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism, 16(2), 1996, pp. 290-295

Authors: SERAFY JE LUTZ SJ CAPO TR ORTNER PB LUTZ PL
Citation: Je. Serafy et al., ANCHOR TAGS AFFECT SWIMMING PERFORMANCE AND GROWTH OF JUVENILE RED DRUM (SCIAENOPS-OCELLATUS), Marine and freshwater behaviour and physiology, 27(1), 1995, pp. 29-35

Authors: LUTZ PL LEONEKABLER SL
Citation: Pl. Lutz et Sl. Leonekabler, UP-REGULATION OF THE GABA(A) BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTOR DURING ANOXIA INTHE FRESH-WATER TURTLE BRAIN, American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, 37(5), 1995, pp. 1332-1335

Authors: LUTCAVAGE ME LUTZ PL BOSSART GD HUDSON DM
Citation: Me. Lutcavage et al., PHYSIOLOGICAL AND CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF CRUDE-OIL ON LOGGERHEAD SEA-TURTLES, Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 28(4), 1995, pp. 417-422

Authors: ORTIZ M LUTZ PL
Citation: M. Ortiz et Pl. Lutz, BRAIN NEUROTRANSMITTER CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH EXERCISE AND STRESS INA TELEOST FISH (SCIAENOPS-OCELLATUS), Journal of Fish Biology, 46(4), 1995, pp. 551-562

Authors: KABLER SL LUTZ PL
Citation: Sl. Kabler et Pl. Lutz, UP-REGULATION OF THE GABA-A RECEPTOR DURING ANOXIA IN THE FRESH-WATERTURTLE BRAIN, The FASEB journal, 8(5), 1994, pp. 10000839-10000839

Authors: LUTZ PL ORTIZ M LEONEKABLER S SCHULMAN A
Citation: Pl. Lutz et al., REGIONAL CHANGES IN AMINO-ACID LEVELS OF THE NEONATE RAT-BRAIN DURINGANOXIA AND RECOVERY, Neurochemical research, 19(10), 1994, pp. 1283-1287

Authors: HYLLAND P NILSSON GE LUTZ PL
Citation: P. Hylland et al., TIME-COURSE OF ANOXIA-INDUCED INCREASE IN CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW RATE INTURTLES - EVIDENCE FOR A ROLE OF ADENOSINE, Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism, 14(5), 1994, pp. 877-881

Authors: MILTON SL LEONEKABLER S SCHULMAN AA LUTZ PL
Citation: Sl. Milton et al., EFFECTS OF HURRICANE-ANDREW ON THE SEA-TURTLE NESTING BEACHES OF SOUTH FLORIDA, Bulletin of marine science, 54(3), 1994, pp. 974-981

Authors: NILSSON GE LUTZ PL
Citation: Ge. Nilsson et Pl. Lutz, ROLE OF GABA IN HYPOXIA TOLERANCE, METABOLIC DEPRESSION AND HIBERNATION POSSIBLE LINKS TO NEUROTRANSMITTER EVOLUTION, Comparative biochemistry and physiology. C. Comparative pharmacologyand toxicology, 105(3), 1993, pp. 329-336

Authors: PEREZPINZON MA LUTZ PL SICK TJ ROSENTHAL M
Citation: Ma. Perezpinzon et al., ADENOSINE, A RETALIATORY METABOLITE, PROMOTES ANOXIA TOLERANCE IN TURTLE BRAIN, Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism, 13(4), 1993, pp. 728-732

Authors: SAKURAI SY LUTZ PL SCHULMAN A ALBIN RL
Citation: Sy. Sakurai et al., UNCHANGED [H-3] MK-801 BINDING AND INCREASED [H-3] FLUNITRAZEPAM BINDING IN TURTLE FOREBRAIN DURING ANOXIA, Brain research, 625(2), 1993, pp. 181-185

Authors: BEDFORD JA LUTZ PL
Citation: Ja. Bedford et Pl. Lutz, RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA (MORTON,JE AND YONGE,CM, 1964) AND APLYSIA-BRASILIANA (MORTON,JE AND YONGE,CM, 1964) UPON AERIAL EXPOSURE, Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology, 155(2), 1992, pp. 239-248
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