A Search Service for Abbreviation / Long Form

■ Abbreviation / Long Form : PF / parafasciculus thalami

[Related PubMed/MEDLINE]
Total Number of Papers: 11
[Entries Per Page]
 per page
Page Control
Page: of
Abbreviation:   PF  (>> Co-occurring Abbreviation)
Long Form:   parafasciculus thalami
 Abbreviation Variation
 Long Form Variation
 Pair(Abbreviation/Long Form) Variation
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2013 The thalamostriatal pathway and cholinergic control of goal-directed action: interlacing new with existing learning in the striatum. CINs, pDMS
1994 [Effects of microiontophoretically applied GABA and 5-HT on the electric activities of neurons in nucleus parafascicularis of thalamus in rats]. MIA
1993 [Effects of microiontophoretically applied ACH and atropine on the electric activities of neurons in nucleus parafascicularis of thalamus in rats]. ACh
1988 Dorsal raphe and external electrical stimulation modulate noxious input to single neurons in nucleus parafascicularis thalami. DRS, PES
1986 The parafasciculus thalami as a site for mediating the antinociceptive response to GABAergic drugs. ---
1985 Contralateral circling behavior induced by intranigral microinjections of taurine and GABA in rats. Acb, CPu, DA, EP, GABA, GP, SNr, VM
1985 Prolonged daily inhalation of halothane modifies the dose-response pattern to acute administration of halothane. An electrophysiological study. AAER, CG, SCx, VMH
1984 Morphine effects on spontaneous, nociceptive, antinociceptive and sensory evoked responses of parafasciculus thalami units in morphine naive and morphine dependent rats. ---
1983 Does naloxone have functional significant activity on medial thalamic neurons? Microiontophoretical study. ---
10  1981 Chronic halothane modification of eeg-like activity recorded from somatosensory cortex and deep nuclei in freely behaving rats. CG, DF, EEG, SC, VMH
11  1978 Morphine induced alterations of gamma-aminobutyric acid and taurine contents and L-glutamate decarboxylase activity in rat spinal cord and thalamus: possible correlates with analgesic action of morphine. EP, GABA, GAD, IP, RE