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Poulin, Marc J.

Integration in Respiratory Control

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Table of contents

1.Historical and Future Perspectives of the Control of Breathing

1. History of Measuring O2 and CO2 Responses
John W. Severinghaus

2. J.S. Haldane and Some of His Contributions to Physiology
John B. West

3. Control of the Exercise Hyperpnea: The Unanswered Question
Brian J. Whipp

2.Oxygen Sensing and the Carotid Body

4. A Peripheral Oxygen Sensor Provides Direct Activation of an Identified Respiratory CPG Neuron in Lymnaea
Harold J. Bell, Takuya Inoue, Naweed I. Syed

5. Environmental Hyperoxia and Development of Carotid Chemoafferent Function
Gerald Bisgard, Julie Wenninger, Zunyi Wang, E. Burt Olson

6. HSP70 Reduces Chronic Hypoxia-Induced Neural Suppression via Regulating Expression of Syntaxin
Guanghe Fei, Conghui Guo, Hong-Shuo Sun, Zhong-Ping Feng

7. Effect of Systemic Administration of the Nitric Oxide Synthase Inhibitor L-NMMA on the Human Ventilatory Response to Hypoxia
Kojiro Ide, Matthew Worthley, Todd Anderson, Marc J. Poulin

8. Effects of Volatile Anesthetics on Carotid Body Response to Hypoxia in Animals
Jaideep J. Pandit, Kevin O’Gallagher

9. Mutation of the von Hippel-Lindau Gene Alters Human Cardiopulmonary Physiology
T. G. Smith, J. T. Brooks, G. M. Balanos, T. R. Lappin, D. M. Layton, D. L. Leedham, C. Liu, P. H. Maxwell, M. F. McMullin, C. J. McNamara, M. J. Percy, C. W. Pugh, P. J. Ratcliffe, N. P. Talbot, M. Treacy, P. A. Robbins

10. Intravenous Endothelin-1 and Ventilatory Sensitivity to Hypoxia in Humans
Nick P. Talbot, George M. Balanos, Peter A. Robbins, Keith L Dorrington

11. Key Roles for AMP-activated Protein Kinase in the Function of the Carotid Body?
Christopher N. Wyatt, Selina A. Pearson, Prem Kumar, Chris Peers, D. Grahame Hardie, A. Mark Evans

12. Stimulatory Actions of Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase-Activating Polypeptide (PACAP) in Rat Carotid Glomus Cells
Fenglian Xu, Frederick W. Tse, Amy Tse

13. Post-hypoxic Unstable Breathing in the C57BL/6J Mouse: Effects of Acetazolamide
Motoo Yamauchi, Jesse Dostal, Kingman P. Strohl

3.Respiratory Rhythm Generation

14. Catecholaminergic Modulation of the Respiratory Rhythm Generator in the Isolated Brainstem—Spinal Cord Preparation from Neonatal Rat
Akiko Arata, Morimitsu Fujii

15. What Role Do Pacemakers Play in the Generation of Respiratory Rhythm?
Christopher A. Del Negro, Ryland W. Pace, John A. Hayes

16. Pre-Bötzinger Complex Neurokinin-1 Receptor Expressing Neurons in Primary Cell Culture
Shereé M. Johnson

17. Belt-and-Suspenders as a Biological Design Principle
Nicholas M. Mellen

18. Two Modes of Respiratory Rhythm Generation in the Newborn Rat Brainstem-Spinal Cord Preparation
Hiroshi Onimaru, Ikuo Homma

19. Possible Roles of the Weakly Inward Rectifying K+ Channel Kir4.1 (KCNJ10) in the Pre-Bötzinger Complex
Nestoras Papadopoulos, Stefan M. Winter, Kai Härte, Melanie Kaiser, Clemens Neusch, Swen Hülsmann

20. Contribution of Pacemaker Neurons to Respiratory Rhythms Generation in vitro
Fernando Peña

21. Emergent Bursting in Small Networks of Model Conditional Pacemakers in the pre-Bötzinger Complex
Jonathan E. Rubin

4.Genes and Development

22. Brain Nuclei Controlling the Spinal Respiratory Motoneurons in the Newborn Mouse
Michelle Bévengut, Patrice Coulon, Gérard Hilaire

23. Superoxide Dismutase-1 Influences the Timing and Post-hypoxic Stability of Neonatal Breathing
Kevin J. Cummings, Dan Kalf, Sherry Moore, B. Joan Miller, Frank R. Jirik, Richard J. A. Wilson

24. Neurodevelopmental Abnormalities in the Brainstem of Prenatal Mice Lacking the Prader-Willi Syndrome Gene Necdin
Silvia Pagliardini, Jun Ren, Rachel Wevrick, John J. Greer

25. Consequences of Prenatal Exposure to Diazepam on the Respiratory Parameters, Respiratory Network Activity and Gene Expression of a1 and a2 Subunits of GABAA Receptor in Newborn Rat
Nathalie Picard, Stéphanie Guenin, Yolande Perrin, Gérard Hilaire, Nicole Larnicol

26. Modulation of Perinatal Respiratory Rhythm by GABAA- and Glycine Receptor-mediated Chloride Conductances
Jun Ren, John J. Greer

27. Laryngeal Stimulation by an Acid Solution in the Pre-term Lamb
Marie St-hilaire, Nathalie Samson, Charles Duvareille, Jean-Paul Praud

28. Necdin Gene, Respiratory Disturbances and Prader-Willi Syndrome
Sébastien Zanella, Magali Barthelemy, Françoise Muscatelli, Gérard Hilaire

5.Models of Gas Exchange

29. Quantitative Analysis of the Oxygen Transfer in the Human Acinus
Marcel Filoche, André A. Moreira, José S. Andrade, Bernard Sapoval

30. Role of Diffusion Screening in Pulmonary Diseases
Bernard Sapoval, Marcel Filoche

31. A dp/dt Method to Assess Dynamic Properties of Lung Mechanoreceptors
C. E. Schweitzer, J. L. Johnson, C. A. Escudero, S. G. Vincent, J. T. Fisher

32. Pulmonary Gas Exchange in Anatomically-Based Models of the Lung
Annalisa Swan, Peter Hunter, Merryn Tawhai

33. Multi-scale Models of the Lung Airways and Vascular System
Merryn H. Tawhai, Kelly S. Burrowes

34. Modeling Structure-Function Interdependence of Pulmonary Gas Exchange
Ewald R. Weibel

6.Plasticity and Adaptation

35. Ventilatory Control during Intermittent High-Intensity Exercise in Humans
Andrew J. Cathcart, Anthony P. Turner, Christopher Butterworth, Matthew Parker, John Wilson, Susan A. Ward

36. Exercise-induced Respiratory Muscle Work: Effects on Blood Flow, Fatigue and Performance
J. A. Dempsey, J. D. Miller, L. Romer, M. Amann, C. A. Smith

37. Phase Relations Between Rhythmical Movements and Breathing in Wind Instrument Players
Dietrich Ebert, Wieland Kaerger

38. The Effect of Two Different Intermittent Hypoxia Protocols on Ventilatory Responses to Hypoxia and Carbon Dioxide at Rest
Michael Koehle, William Sheel, William Milsom, Donald McKenzie

39. Respiratory Long-Term Facilitation: Too Much or Too Little of a Good Thing?
Safraaz Mahamed, Gordon S. Mitchell

40. Contribution of Endothelin-1 and Endothelin A and B Receptors to the Enhanced Carotid Body Chemosensory Responses Induced by Chronic Intermittent Hypoxia
Sergio Rey, Rodrigo Del Rio, Rodrigo Iturriaga

41. Intermittent Hypoxia Induces Respiratory Long-Term Facilitation in Postnatal Rats
Arash Tadjalli, James Duffin, John Peever

42. Respiratory Control, Respiratory Sensations and Cycling Endurance After Respiratory Muscle Endurance Training
Samuel Verges, Urs Kruttli, Bernhard Stahl, Ralf Frigg, Christina M. Spengler

43. Non-dimensional Quantification of the Interactions Between Hypoxia, Hypercapnia and Exercise on Ventilation in Humans
H. E. Wood, M. Fatemian, P. A. Robbins

44. Elevated Body Temperature Exaggerates Laryngeal Chemoreflex Apnea in Decerebrate Piglets
Luxi Xia, Tracey Damon, J. C. Leiter, Donald Bartlett

7.Neuromodulation

45. Effects of Systemic Administration of Mirtazapine on Respiratory Muscle Activity in Sleeping Rats
Y.-L. Chou, J. T. Stanley, K. Vujisic, R. B. Berry, P. W. Davenport, J. J. Anderson, L. F. Hayward

46. Control of Genioglossus Muscle by Sleep State-Dependent Neuromodulators
Richard L. Horner

47. Significance of Multiple Neurochemicals that Regulate Respiration
Paul M. Pilowsky, Qi-Jian Sun, Tina Longergan, John M. Makeham, Maryam Seyedabadi, Todd A. Verner, Ann K. Goodchild

48. Disinhibition of the Dorsomedial Hypothalamus Increases the Frequency of Augmented Breaths in the Anesthetized Rat
C. R. Reynolds, K. Vujisic, P. W. Davenport, L. F. Hayward

49. Major Components of Endogenous Neurotransmission Underlying the Discharge Activity of Hypoglossal Motoneurons in vivo
Edward J. Zuperku, Ivo F. Brandes, Astrid G. Stucke, Antonio Sanchez, Francis A. Hopp, Eckehard A. Stuth

8.Comparative Aspects

50. Control of Ventilation in Diving Birds
Patrick J. Butler, Lewis G. Halsey

51. Evolutionary Trends in Respiratory Mechanisms
William K. Milsom

9.Central Chemosensitivity

52. A Computer Model of Mammalian Central CO2 Chemoreception
Mykyta Chernov, Robert W. Putnam, J. C. Leiter

53. A Mathematical Model of pHi Regulation in Central CO2 - Chemoreception
Juan M. Cordovez, Chris Clausen, Leon C. Moore, Irene C. Solomon

54. Plasticity in the Brain: Influence of Bilateral Carotid Body Resection (bCBR) on Central CO2 Sensitivity
Albert Dahan, Elise Sarton, Luc Teppema

55. Glial Modulation of CO2 Chemosensory Excitability in the Retrotrapezoid Nucleus of Rodents
Joseph S. Erlichman, Robert W. Putnam, J. C. Leiter

56. The Carotid Chemoreceptors are a Major Determinant of Ventilatory CO2 Sensitivity and of PaCO2 During Eupneic Breathing
Hubert V. Forster, Paul Martino, Matt Hodges, Katie Krause, Josh Bonis, Suzanne Davis, L. Pan

57. The Retrotrapezoid Nucleus and Central Chemoreception
Patrice G. Guyenet, Douglas A. Bayliss, Daniel K. Mulkey, Ruth L. Stornetta, Thiago S. Moreira, Ana T. Takakura

58. The Chemosensitive Response of Neurons from the Locus Coeruleus (LC) to Hypercapnic Acidosis with Clamped Intracellular pH
Lynn K. Hartzler, Jay B. Dean, Robert W. Putnam

59. CO2-sensitivity of GABAergic Neurons in the Ventral Medullary Surface of GAD67-GFP Knock-in Neonatal Mice
Junya Kuribayashi, Shigeki Sakuraba, Yuki Hosokawa, Eiki Hatori, Miki Tsujita, Junzo Takeda, Yuchio Yanagawa, Kunihiko Obata, Shun-ichi Kuwana

60. Multiple Central Chemoreceptor Sites: Cell Types and function in vivo
Gene Nattie, Aihua Li

61. Intrinsic Chemosensitivity of Individual Nucleus Tractus Solitarius (NTS) and Locus Coeruleus (LC) Neurons from Neonatal Rats
Nicole L. Nichols, Lynn K. Hartzler, Susan C. Conrad, Jay B. Dean, Robert W. Putnam

62. Chemosensitive Neuronal Network Organization in the Ventral Medulla Analyzed by Dynamic Voltage-Imaging
Yasumasa Okada, Shun-ichi Kuwana, Haruko Masumiya, Naofumi Kimura, Zibin Chen, Yoshitaka Oku

10.Brainstem Mechanisms Underlying Cardio-Respiratory Control

63. The Effects of a Respiratory Acidosis on Human Heart Rate Variability
S. J. Brown, R. Howden

64. Neurokinin-1 Receptor Activation in the Bötzinger Complex Evokes Bradypnea and is Involved in Mediating the Hering-Breuer Reflex
Angelina Y. Fong, Jeffrey T. Potts

65. Brainstem Catecholaminergic Neurons Modulate both Respiratory and Cardiovascular Function
Aihua Li, Laura Emond, Eugene Nattie

66. Responses of Brainstem Respiratory Neurons to Activation of Midbrain Periaqueductal Gray in the Rat
Hari Subramanian, Zheng-Gui Huang, Ron Balnave

67. Computational Model of TASK Channels and PKC-Pathway Dependent Serotonergic Modulatory Effects in Respiratory-Related Neurons
Tzu-Hsin B. Tsao, Robert J. Butera

68. Modulation of Hering-Breuer Reflex by Ventrolateral Pons
Hui Wang, Heng Zhang, Gang Song, Chi-Sang Poon

69. Respiratory Network Complexity in Neonatal Rat in vivo and in vitro
Hui Jing Yu, Xinnian Chen, Ryan M. Foglyano, Christopher G. Wilson, Irene C. Solomon

11.Multifunctional and Reconfiguring Networks

70. Fast Oscillatory Rhythms in Inspiratory Motor Discharge: A Mathematical Model
Xinnian Chen, Ki H. Chon, Irene C. Solomon

71. Burst-to-Burst Variability in Respiratory Timing, Inspiratory-Phase Spectral Activity, and Inspiratory Neural Network Complexity in Urethane-Anesthetized C57BL/6 Mice in vivo
Hyun Hye Chun, Evan T. Spiegel, Irene C. Solomon

72. Effects of Hypercapnia on Non-nutritive Swallowing in Newborn Lambs
Charles Duvareille, Nathalie Samson, Marie St-Hilaire, Philippe Micheau, Véronique Bournival, Jean-Paul Praud

73. CPAP Inhibits Non-nutritive Swallowing Through Stimulation of Bronchopulmonary Receptors
Nathalie Samson, Charles Duvareille, Marie St-Hilaire, Véronique Clapperton, Jean-Paul Praud

74. Glutamatergic Neurotransmission is Not Essential for, but Plays a Modulatory Role in, the Production of Gasping in Arterially-Perfused Adult Rat
Kelly A. Warren, Irene C. Solomon

12.Clinical Perspectives: Modeling and Control of Breathing (i.e., Sleep Apnea)

75. Potential Mechanism for Transition Between Acute Hypercapnia During Sleep to Chronic Hypercapnia During Wakefulness in Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Kenneth I. Berger, Robert G. Norman, Indu Ayappa, Beno W. Oppenheimer, David M. Rapoport, Roberta M. Goldring

76. Biochemical Control of Airway Motor Neurons During Rapid Eye Movement Sleep
Patricia L. Brooks, John H. Peever

77. Prediction of Periodic Breathing at Altitude
Keith Burgess, Katie Burgess, Prajan Subedi, Phil Ainslie, Zbigniew Topor, William Whitelaw

78. A Negative Interaction Between Central and Peripheral Respiratory Chemoreceptors May Underlie Sleep-Induced Respiratory Instability: A Novel Hypothesis
Trevor A. Day, Richard J. A. Wilson

79. Ventilatory Response to Hypercapnia in Pre-menopausal and Post-menopausal Women
Chantel T. Debert, Kojiro Ide, Marc J. Poulin

80. Oxidative Stress Impairs Upper Airway Muscle Endurance in an Animal Model of Sleep-Disordered Breathing
Mark Dunleavy, Aidan Bradford, Ken D. O'Halloran

81. Ventilatory and Blood Pressure Responses to Isocapnic Hypoxia in OSA Patients
Glen E. Foster, Patrick J. Hanly, Michele Ostrowski, Marc J. Poulin

82. Modeling of Sleep-Induced Changes in Airway Function: Implication for Nocturnal Worsening of Bronchial Asthma
Musa A. Haxhiu, Prabha Kc, Kannan V. Balan, Christopher G. Wilson, Richard J. Martin

83. The Effects of Wakefulness State on the Temporal Characteristics of Ventilatory Variables in Man
J. Ingemann Jensen, A. Varlese, S. Karan, W. Voter, L. Palmer, D. S. Ward

84. Cerebral Blood Flow and Ventilatory Sensitivity to CO2 Measured with the Modified Rebreathing Method
Jaideep J. Pandit, Ravi M. Mohan, Nicole D. Paterson, M. J. Poulin

85. Naloxone Reversal of Opioid-Induced Respiratory Depression with Special Emphasis on the Partial Agonist/Antagonist Buprenorphine
Elise Sarton, Luc Teppema, Albert Dahan

86. The Pulse Oxygen Saturation: Inspired Oxygen Pressure (SpO2:P1O2) Diagram: Application in the Ambulatory Assessment of Pulmonary Vascular Disease
Neil M. Skjodt, Christian Ritz, Dilini Vethanayagam

87. Hypocapnia and Airway Resistance in Normal Humans
Craig D. Steinback, William A. Whitelaw, Marc J. Poulin

88. Disturbances of Breathing in Rett Syndrome: Results from Patients and Animal Models
Georg M. Stettner, Peter Huppke, Jutta Gärtner, Diethelm W. Richter, Mathias Dutschmann

89. NHE3 in the Human Brainstem: Implication for the Pathogenesis of the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)?
Martin Wiemann, Stilla Frede, Frank Tschentscher, Heidrun Kiwull-Schöne, Peter Kiwull, Dieter Bingmann, Bernd Brinkmann, Thomas Bajanowski

90. The Ventilatory Response to Exercise Does Not Differ Between Obese Women With and Without Dyspnea on Exertion
Helen E. Wood, Trisha L. Semon, Laurie A. Comeau, Belinda Schwartz, Rebecca M. MacDougall, Marilyn N. Klocko, Tony G. Babb

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
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Natural Sciences
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