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20045-Hydroxytryptamine 1A receptor activation reduces cutaneous vasoconstriction and fever associated with acute inflammatory response in rabbitsBlessing, William Walter
20035-Hydroxytryptamine 1A receptors inhibit cold-induced sympathetically mediated cutaneous vasoconstriction in rabbitsOotsuka, Youichirou; Blessing, William Walter
20035-Hydroxytryptamine 2A receptors regulate sympathetic nerves constricting the cutaneous vascular bed in rabbits and ratsSeamark, Robert Frederick; Blessing, William Walter
2006Activation of 5-HT1A receptors in rostral medullary raphe inhibits cutaneous vasoconstriction elicited by cold exposure in rabbitsBlessing, William Walter; Ootsuka, Youichirou
2005Activation of 5-HT1A receptors in the medullary raphe reduces cardiovascular changes elicited by acute psychological and inflammatory stress in rabbitsNalivaiko, Eugene; Otsuka, Yoichiro; Blessing, William Walter
2007Activation of dopamine D2 receptors in the CNS inhibits sympathetic cutaneous vasomotor alerting responses (SCVARs), contributing to clozapine's SCVAR-inhibiting actionBlessing, William Walter; Ootsuka, Youichirou
2005Activation of slowly conducting medullary raphe-spinal neurons, including serotonergic neurons, increases cutaneous sympathetic vasomotor discharge in rabbitOotsuka, Youichirou; Blessing, William Walter
2004Clozapine and olanzapine, but not haloperidol, reverse cold-induced and lipopolysaccharide-induced cutaneous vasoconstrictionBlessing, William Walter
2005Clozapine increases cutaneous blood flow and reduces sympathetic cutaneous vasomotor alerting responses (SCVARs) in rats: comparison with effects of haloperidolBlessing, William Walter
2003Clozapine reverses hyperthermia and sympathetically mediated cutaneous vasoconstriction induced by 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (ecstasy) in rabbits and ratsPedersen, N P; Otsuka, Yoichiro; Seamark, Robert Frederick; Blessing, William Walter
2006Clozapine reverses increased brown adipose tissue thermogenesis induced by 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine and by cold exporsure in conscious ratsBlessing, William Walter; Zilm, Angela A; Ootsuka, Youichirou
2003CRF1-receptor antagonist CP-154526 reduces alerting-related cutaneous vasoconstriction in conscious rabbitsNalivaiko, Eugene; Blessing, William Walter
2004CRF1 receptor antagonist CP-154,526 reduces cardiovascular responses during acute psychological stress in rabbitsNalivaiko, Eugene; Blessing, William Walter
2007Dopamine D2 receptor stimulation inhibits cold-initiated thermogenesis in brown adipose tissue in conscious ratsOotsuka, Youichirou; Heidbreder, C A; Blessing, William Walter; Hagan, J J
2003Electrocardiographic changes associated with the nasopharyngeal reflex in conscious rabbits: vago-sympathetic co-activationNalivaiko, Eugene; Blessing, William Walter; De Pasquale, Carmine Gerardo
2008Fever response to intravenous prostaglandin E2 is mediated by the brain but does not require afferent vagal signalingRomanovsky, Andrej A; Ootsuka, Youichirou; Blessing, William Walter; Steiner, Alexandre A
2005Inhibition of medullary raphe/parapyramidal neurons prevents cutaneous vasoconstriction elicited by alerting stimuli and by cold exposure in conscious rabbitsOtsuka, Yoichiro; Blessing, William Walter
2004Inhibition of rostral medullary raphe neurons prevents cold-induced activity in sympathetic nerves to rat tail and rabbit ear arteriesOotsuka, Youichirou; Blessing, William Walter; McAllen, Robin M
2003Lower brainstem pathways regulating sympathetically mediated changes in cutaneous blood flowBlessing, William Walter
2004Lower brain stem regulation of visceral, cardiovascular and respiratory functionBlessing, William Walter
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