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Vestibular Autonomic Regulation.
Yates, B. J. and Miller, A. D. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1996.

Ph.D. Dissertation

Yates, B. J. The Make-Up of Spinal Cord Circuits Which Process Inputs from the Femoral-Saphenous Vein. University of Florida, 1986. Public Access Text

Manuscripts

136) Yates, B.J.  The evolution of a distinguished neuroscience journal.  J. Neurophysiol. 112: 1-4, 2014. Public Access Manuscript

135) Arshian, M.S., Hobson, C.E., Catanzaro, M.F., Miller, D.J., Puterbaugh, S.R., Cotter, L.A., Yates, B.J., and McCall, A.A.  Vestibular nucleus neurons respond to hindlimb movement in the decerebrate cat.  J. Neurophysiol. 111: 2423-2432, 2014.

134) Yates, B.J., Bolton, P.S., and Macefield, V.G.   Vestibulo-sympathetic responses.   Compr. Physiol. 4:851-887, 2014.

133) Horn, C.C., Meyers, K., Lim, A., Dye, M., Pak, D., Rinaman, L., and Yates, B.J.   Delineation of vagal emetic pathways: Intragastric copper sulfate-induced emesis and viral tract tracing in musk shrews.   Am. J. Physiol. 306:R341-351, 2014.

132) Balaban, C.D., Ogburn, S.W., Warshafsky, S.G., Ahmed, A.-K., and Yates, B.J. Identification of neural networks that contribute to motion sickness through principal components analysis of Fos labeling induced by galvanic vestibular stimulation. PLoS ONE 9(1): e86730, 2014.    Public Access Manuscript

131) Arshian, M.S., Puterbaugh, S.R., Miller, D.J., Catanzaro, M.F., Hobson, C.E., McCall, A.A., and Yates, B.J.  Effects of visceral inputs on the processing of labyrinthine signals by the inferior and caudal medial vestibular nuclei: Ramifications for the production of motion sickness.  Exp. Brain Res. 228: 353-363, 2013.   Public Access Manuscript.

130) Yates, B.J. and Bronstein, A.M. Vestibular system influences on respiratory muscle activity and cardiovascular functions. IN: Autonomic Failure: A Textbook of Clinical Disorders of the Autonomic Nervous System, edited by C. J. Mathias and Sir R. Bannister. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2013, pp. 97-107.

129) Yates, B.J., Kerman, I.A., Jian, B.J., and Wilson, T.D. The vestibulo-autonomic system. IN: Oxford Textbook of Vertigo and Imbalance (Oxford Textbook in Clinical Neurology series), edited by A. Bronstein. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2013, pp. 49-62.

128) Horn, C.C., Kimball, B.A., Wang, H., Kaus, J., Dienel, S., Nagy, A., Gathright, G.R., Yates, B.J., and Andrews, P.L.R. Why can’t rodents vomit? A comparative behavioral, anatomical, and physiological study. PLoS ONE 8:e60537, 2013.   Public Access Manuscript.

127) McCall, A.A., Moy, J.D., Puterbaugh, S.R., DeMayo, W.M., and Yates, B.J.  Responses of vestibular nucleus neurons to inputs from the hindlimb are enhanced following a bilateral labyrinthectomy.  J. Appl. Physiol. 114: 742-751, 2013.   Public Access Manuscript.

126) McCall, A.A., Moy, J.D., DeMayo, W.M., Puterbaugh, S.R., Miller, D.J., Catanzaro, M.F., and Yates, B.J. Processing of vestibular inputs by the medullary lateral tegmental field of conscious cats: Implications for generation of motion sickness. Exp. Brain Res.  225:349–359, 2013.   Public Access Manuscript.

125) Moy, J.D., Miller, D.J., Catanzaro, M.F., Boyle, B.M., Ogburn, S.W., Cotter, L.A., Yates, B.J., and McCall, A.A. Responses of neurons in the caudal medullary lateral tegmental field to visceral inputs and vestibular stimulation in vertical planes. Am. J. Physiol. 303: R929–R940, 2012.   Public Access Manuscript.

124) Gowen, M.F., Ogburn, S.W., Suzuki, T., Sugiyama, Y., Cotter, L.A., and Yates, B.J. Collateralization of projections from the rostral ventrolateral medulla to the rostral and caudal thoracic spinal cord in felines. Exp. Brain Res. 220:121–133, 2012.   Public Access Manuscript.

123) Suzuki, T., Sugiyama, Y., and Yates, B.J. Integrative responses of neurons in parabrachial nuclei to a nauseogenic gastrointestinal stimulus and vestibular stimulation in vertical planes. Am. J. Physiol. 302:R965-R975, 2012.   Public Access Manuscript.

122) Yates, B.J., and Barrett, K.E. Reporting of studies using animal and human subjects in APS journals: how the society protects authors from ethical minefields. The Physiologist 55: 8-10, 2012.   Public Access Manuscript.

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121) McCall, A.A. and Yates, B.J. Compensation following bilateral vestibular damage. Front. Neur. 2(88):1-14, 2011.   Public Access Manuscript.

120) Sugiyama, Y., Suzuki, T., DeStefino, V.J., and Yates, B.J. Integrative responses of neurons in nucleus tractus solitarius to visceral afferent stimulation and vestibular stimulation in vertical planes. Am. J. Physiol. 301:R1380-R1390, 2011.   Public Access Manuscript.

119) Barman, S, M., Sugiyama, Y., Suzuki, T., Cotter, L.A., DeStefino, V.J., Reighard, D.A., Cass, S.P., and Yates, B.J. Rhythmic activity of neurons in the rostral ventrolateral medulla of conscious cats: effect of removal of vestibular inputs. Am. J. Physiol. 301: R937-R946, 2011.   Public Access Manuscript.

118) DeStefino, V.J., Reighard, D.A., Sugiyama, Y., Suzuki, T., Cotter, L.A., Larson, M.G., Gandhi, N.J., Barman, S, M. and Yates, B.J. Responses of neurons in the rostral ventrolateral medulla (RVLM) to whole-body rotations: comparisons in decerebrate and conscious cats. J. Appl. Physiol. 110: 1699-1707, 2011.   Public Access Manuscript.

117) Sugiyama, Y., Suzuki, T. and Yates, B.J. Role of the rostral ventrolateral medulla (RVLM) in the patterning of vestibular system influences on sympathetic nervous system outflow to the upper and lower body. Exp. Brain Res. 210: 515-528, 2011.   Public Access Manuscript.

116) Yates, B.J. and Newsome, J. Response to protocol review: Study section's opinion matters. Lab. Animal 39: 259-260, 2010.

115) Rice, C.D., Weber, S.A., Waggoner, A.L., Jessell, M.E. and Yates, B.J. Neural pathways that influence diaphragm activity and project to the lumbar spinal cord in cats. Exp. Brain Res. 203: 205–211, 2010.   Public Access Manuscript.

114) Badami, V.M., Rice, C.D., Lois, J.H., Madrecha, J. and Yates, B.J. Distribution of hypothalamic neurons with orexin (hypocretin) or melanin concentrating hormone (MCH) immunoreactivity and multisynaptic connections with diaphragm motoneurons. Brain Res. 1323: 119-126, 2010.   Public Access Manuscript

113) Yates, B.J. and Toth, L. Is it time to re-define “major operative procedures?” (Editorial). Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science 49: 8, 2010.

112) Peusner K., Vidal, P.P., Minor, L., Cullen, K., Yates, B.J., Shao, M., and Dutia. M. Vestibular compensation: new clinical and basic science perspectives. J. Vestib. Res. 19: 143-146, 2009.

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111) Yates, B.J. and Miller, D.M. Integration of nonlabyrinthine inputs by the vestibular system: role in compensation following bilateral damage to the inner ear. J. Vestib. Res. 19: 183-189, 2009.   Public Access Manuscript

110) Yavorcik, K.J., Reighard, D.A., Misra, S.P., Cotter, L.A., Cass, S.P., Wilson, T.D., and Yates, B.J. Effects of postural changes and removal of vestibular inputs on blood flow to and from the hindlimb of conscious felines. Am. J. Physiol. 297: R1777–R1784, 2009.   Public Access Manuscript

109) Rice, C.D., Lois, J.H., Kerman, I.A., and Yates, B.J. Localization of serotoninergic neurons that participate in regulating diaphragm activity in the cat. Brain Res. 1279:71-81, 2009.   Public Access Manuscript

108) Miller, D.M., Reighard, D.A., Mehta, A.S., Mehta, A.S., Kalash, R., and Yates, B.J. Responses of thoracic spinal interneurons to vestibular stimulation. Exp. Brain Res. 195:89–100, 2009.   Public Access Manuscript

107) Sheetz, M., Swanson, D., and Yates, B.J. Physical presence during gamma stereotactic radiosurgery. Health Physics 96, Suppl. 2:S11-S15, 2009.

106) Lois, J.H., Rice, C.D., and Yates, B.J. Neural circuits that control diaphragm function in the cat revealed by transneuronal tracing. J. Appl. Physiol. 106: 138-152, 2009.   Public Access Manuscript

105) Yates, B.J. and Wilson, T.D. Vestibulo-autonomic responses. IN: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Vol. 10, edited by L. R. Squire. Academic Press, Oxford, 2009, 133-138.

104) Yates, B.J. Motion sickness. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, edited by M.D. Binder, N. Hirokawa, U. Windhorst. Springer, Heidelberg, 2009, pp. 2410-2413.

103) Lane, M.A., White, T.E., Coutts, M.A., Jones, A.L., Sandhu. M.S., Bloom, D.C., Bolser, D.C., Yates, B.J., Fuller, D.D., and Reier, P.J. Cervical prephrenic interneurons in the normal and lesioned spinal cord of the adult rat. J. Comp. Neurol. 511: 692-709, 2008.   Public Access Manuscript

102) Miller, D.M., Cotter, L.A., Gandhi, N.J., Schor, R.H., Huff, N.O., Raj, S.G., Shulman, J.A., and Yates, B.J. Responses of rostral fastigial nucleus neurons of conscious cats to rotations in vertical planes. Neuroscience 155: 317-325, 2008.   Public Access Manuscript

101) Miller, D.M., Cotter, L.A., Gandhi, N.J., Schor, R.H., Cass, S.P., Huff, N.O., Raj, S.G., Shulman, J.A., and Yates, B.J. Responses of caudal vestibular nucleus neurons of conscious cats to rotations in vertical planes, before and after a bilateral vestibular neurectomy. Exp. Brain Res. 188: 175–186, 2008.   Public Access Manuscript

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100) Arshian, M., Holtje, R.J., Cotter, L.A., Rice, C.D., Cass, S.P. and Yates, B.J. Consequences of postural changes and removal of vestibular inputs on the movement of air in and out of the lungs of conscious felines. J Appl. Physiol. 103:347-352, 2007.   Public Access Manuscript

99) Lee, T.K., Lois, J.H., Troupe, J.H., Wilson, T.D., and Yates, B.J. Transneuronal tracing of neural pathways that regulate hindlimb muscle blood flow. Am. J. Physiol. 292: R1532-R1541, 2007.

98) Cuccurazzu, B., Deriu, F., Tolu, E., Yates, B.J., and Billig, I. A monosynaptic pathway links the vestibular nuclei and masseter muscle motoneurons in rats. Exp. Brain Res. 176: 665-671, 2007.   Public Access Manuscript

97) Wilson, T. D., Cotter, L. A., Draper, J. A., Misra, S. P., Rice, C. D., Cass, S. P. and Yates, B. J. Vestibular inputs elicit patterned changes in limb blood flow in conscious cats. J. Physiol. 575: 671–684, 2006.   Public Access Manuscript

96) Giaconi, E., Deriu, F., Tolu, E., Cuccurazzu, B., Yates, B. J. and Billig, I. Transneuronal tracing of vestibulo-trigeminal pathways innervating the masseter muscle in the rat. Exp. Brain Res. 171: 3303-339, 2006.

95) Wilson, T. D., Cotter, L. A., Draper, J. A., Misra, S. P., Rice, C. D., Cass, S. P. and Yates, B. J. Effects of postural changes and removal of vestibular inputs on blood flow to the head of conscious felines. J. Appl. Physiol. 100: 1475–1482, 2006.

94) Anker, A. R., Sadacca, B. F. and Yates, B. J. Vestibular inputs to propriospinal interneurons in the feline C1-C2 spinal cord projecting to the C5-C6 ventral horn. Exp. Brain Res. 170: 39-51, 2006.

93) Wilkens, E.P. and Yates, B.J. Pretreatment with ondansetron blunts plasma vasopressin increases associated with morphine administration in ferrets. Anesthesia and Analgesia 101:1029-1033, 2005.

92) Yates, B.J. and Bronstein, A.M. The effects of peripheral vestibular lesions on autonomic regulation: observations, mechanisms, and clinical implications. J. Vestibular Res. 15: 119-129, 2005.

91) Jian, B.J., Acernese, A.W., Lorenzo, J., Card, J.P., and Yates, B.J. Afferent pathways to the region of the vestibular nuclei that participates in cardiovascular and respiratory control. Brain Res. 1044: 241-250, 2005.

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90) Brown, J.E., Card, J.P., and Yates, B.J. Polysynaptic pathways from the vestibular nuclei to the lateral mammillary nucleus of the rat: substrate for vestibular input to head direction cells. Exp. Brain Res. 161: 47-61, 2005.

89) Mori. R.L., Cotter, L.A., Arendt, H.E., Olsheski, C.J., and Yates, B.J. Effects of vestibular nucleus lesions on blood pressure regulation during postural changes in conscious cats. J. Appl. Physiol. 98: 526-533, 2005.

88) Wilkinson, K.A., Maurer, A.P., Sadacca, B.F., and Yates, B.J. Responses of feline medial medullary reticular formation neurons with projections to the C5-C6 ventral horn to vestibular stimulation. Brain Res. 1018: 247-256, 2004.

87) Cotter, L.A., Arendt, H.E., Cass, S.P., Jian, B.J., Mays, D.F., Olsheski, C.J., Wilkinson, K.A., and Yates, B.J. Effects of postural changes and vestibular lesions on genioglossal muscle activity in conscious cats. J. Appl. Physiol. 96: 923-930, 2004.

86) Balaban, C.D. and Yates, B.J. Vestibulo-autonomic interactions: a teleologic perspective. IN: Anatomy and Physiology of the Central and Peripheral Vestibular System, edited by S. M. Highstein, R. R. Fay, and A. N. Popper. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004, pp. 286-342.

85) Yates, B.J. The vestibular system and cardiovascular responses to altered gravity. Am. J. Physiol. 286: R23, 2004.

84) Yates, B.J., Holmes, M.J. and Jian, B.J. Plastic changes in processing of graviceptive signals during spaceflight potentially contribute to postflight orthostatic intolerance. J. Vestibular Res. 13: 395-404, 2003.

83) Anker, A.R., Ali, A., Arendt, H.E., Cass, S.P., Cotter, L.A., Jian, B.J., Tamrazi, B., and Yates, B.J. Use of electrical vestibular stimulation to alter genioglossal muscle activity in awake cats. J. Vestib. Res. 13: 1-8, 2003.

82) Shintani, T., Anker, A.R., Billig, I., Card, J.P. and Yates, B.J. Transneuronal tracing of neural pathways influencing both diaphragm and genioglossal muscle activity in the ferret. J. Appl. Physiol. 95: 1453-1459, 2003.

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81) Kerman, I.A., Enquist, L.W., Watson, S.J. and Yates, B.J. Brainstem substrates of sympatho-motor circuitry identified using transsynaptic tracing with pseudorabies virus recombinants. J. Neurosci. 23: 4657-4666, 2003.

80) Shintani, T., Mori, R.L., and Yates, B.J. Locations of neurons with respiratory-related activity in the ferret brainstem. Brain Res. 974: 233-239, 2003.

79) Yates, B.J., Holmes, M.J., Jian, B.J., and Kerman, I.A. Vestibular influences on cardiovascular control during movement. IN: Textbook of Audiological Medicine, edited by L. M. Luxon. Taylor and Francis, London, 2003, pp. 691-700.

78) Billig, I., Card, J.P., and Yates, B.J. Neurochemical phenotypes of medullary reticular formation neurons influencing diaphragm and rectus abdominis activity. J. Appl. Physiol. 94: 391-398, 2003.

77) Brown, J.E., Yates, B.J. and Taube, J.S. Does the vestibular system contribute to shaping the response properties of head direction cells? Physiology and Behavior 77: 743-748, 2002.

76) Holmes, M.J., Cotter, L.A., Arendt, H.E., Cass, S.P., and Yates, B.J. Effects of lesions of the caudal cerebellar vermis on cardiovascular regulation in awake cats. Brain Res. 938: 62-72, 2002.

75) Jian, B.J., Shintani, T., Emanuel, B.A., and Yates, B.J. Convergence of limb, visceral, and vertical semicircular canal or otolith inputs onto vestibular nucleus neurons. Exp. Brain Res. 144: 247-257, 2002.

74) Yates, B.J., Billig, I., Cotter, L.A., Mori, R.L., and Card, J.P. Role of the vestibular system in regulating respiratory muscle activity during movement. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 29: 112-117, 2002.

73) Billig, I., Yates, B.J., and Rinaman, L. Plasma hormone levels and central c-fos expression in ferrets after systemic administration of cholecystokinin. Am. J. Physiol. 281: R1243-R1255, 2001.

72) Billig, I., Hartge, K., Card, J.P., and Yates, B.J. Transneuronal tracing of neural pathways controlling abdominal musculature in the ferret. Brain Res. 912: 24-32, 2001.

71) Cotter, L.A., Arendt, H.E., Jasko, J.G., Sprando, C., and Yates, B.J. Effects of postural changes and vestibular lesions on diaphragm and rectus abdominis activity in awake cats. J. Appl. Physiol. 91: 137-144, 2001.

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70) Mori, R.L., Bergsman, A.E., Holmes, M.J., and Yates, B.J. Role of the medial medullary reticular formation in relaying vestibular signals to the diaphragm and abdominal muscles. Brain Res. 902: 82-91, 2001.

69) Kerman, I.A., McAllen, R.M., and Yates, B.J. Patterning of sympathetic nerve activity in response to vestibular stimulation. Brain Research Bull. 53: 11-16, 2000.

68) Yates, B.J., Holmes, M.J., and Jian, B.J. Adaptive plasticity in vestibular influences on cardiovascular control. Brain Research Bull. 53: 3-9, 2000.

67) Billig, I., Foris, J.M., Enquist, L.W., Card, J. P., and Yates, B.J. Definition of neuronal circuitry controlling the activity of phrenic and abdominal motoneurons in the ferret using recombinant strains of peudorabies virus. J. Neurosci. 20:7446-7454, 2000.

66) Kerman, I.A., Emanuel, B.A., and Yates, B.J. Vestibular stimulation leads to distinct hemodynamic patterning. Am. J. Physiol. 279: R118-R125, 2000.

65) Kerman, I.A., Yates, B.J., and McAllen, R.M. Anatomical patterning in the expression of vestibulosympathetic reflexes. Am. J. Physiol. 279: R109-R117, 2000.

64) Yates, B.J., Jian, B.J., Cotter, L.A., and Cass, S.P. Responses of vestibular nucleus neurons to tilt following chronic bilateral removal of vestibular inputs. Exp. Brain Res. 130: 151-158, 2000.

63) Aoki, M., Burchill, P., Yates, B.J., Golding, J.F., and Gresty, M.A. Graviceptive control of blood pressure in man. Archives Italiennes de Biologie 138: 93-97, 2000.

62) Kerman, I.A. and Yates, B.J., Patterning of somatosympathetic reflexes. Am. J. Physiol. 277: R716-R724, 1999.

61) Yates, B.J., Aoki, M., Burchill, P., Bronstein, A.M., and Gresty, M.A., Cardiovascular responses elicited by linear acceleration in humans. Exp. Brain Res. 125: 476-484, 1999.

60) Jian, B. J., Cotter, L. A., Emanuel, B. A., Cass, S. P. and Yates, B. J. Effects of bilateral vestibular lesions on orthostatic tolerance in awake cats. J. Appl. Physiol. 86:1552-1560, 1999.

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59) Yates, B. J., Smail, J. A., Stocker, S. D. and Card, J. P. Transneuronal tracing of neural pathways controlling activity of diaphragm motoneurons in the ferret. Neuroscience 90: 1505-1516, 1999.

58) Billig, I., Foris, J. M., Card, J. P., and Yates, B. J. Transneuronal tracing of neural pathways controlling an abdominal muscle, rectus abdominis, in the ferret. Brain Res. 820: 31-44, 1999.

57) Bolton, P.S., Kerman, I.A., Woodring, S.F. and Yates, B. J. Influences of neck afferents on sympathetic and respiratory nerve activity. Brain Research Bull. 47:413-419, 1998.

56) Yates, B. J., Miller, A. D. and Lucot, J.B. The physiological basis and pharmacology of motion sickness: An update. Brain Research Bull. 47: 395-406,1998.

55) Yates, B. J. and Kerman, I. A. Post-spaceflight orthostatic intolerance: possible relationship to microgravity-induced plasticity in the vestibular system. Brain Res. Rev. 28: 73-82, 1998.

54) Yates, B. J. Autonomic reaction to vestibular damage. Otolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery 119: 106-112, 1998.

53) Kerman, I. A. and Yates, B.J. Regional and functional differences in the distribution of vestibular-sympathetic reflexes. Am. J. Physiol. 275: R824-R835, 1998.

52) Yates, B. J. and Stocker, S.D. Integration of somatic and visceral inputs by the brainstem: functional considerations. Exp. Brain Res. 119: 269-275, 1998.

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51) Schor, R. H., Steinbacher, B. C. and Yates, B. J. Response of medial vestibular nucleus neurons to horizontal linear and angular stimulation of the decerebrate cat. J. Vestibular Res. 8: 107-116, 1998.

50) Yates, B. J. and Miller, A. D. Physiological evidence that the vestibular system participates in autonomic and respiratory control. J. Vestibular Res. 8:17-25, 1998.

49) Yates, B. J., Sklare, D.A. and Frey, M.A. Vestibular autonomic regulation: Overview and conclusions of a recent workshop at the University of Pittsburgh. J. Vestibular Res. 8: 1-5, 1998.

48) Woodring, S.F. and Yates, B. J. Responses of ventral respiratory group neurons of the cat to natural vestibular stimulation. Am. J. Physiol. 273: R1946-R1956, 1997.

47) Stocker, S.D., Steinbacher, B. C., Balaban, C.D. and Yates, B. J. Connections of the caudal ventrolateral medullary reticular formation in the cat brainstem. Exp. Brain Res. 116: 270-282, 1997.

46) Brophy, G.D., Rossiter, C.D., Bolton, P.S. and Yates, B. J. Vestibular influences on cat lumbar paravertebral muscles. Neurosci. Lett. 223: 189-192, 1997.

45) Card, J. P., Enquist, L. W., Miller, A. D. and Yates, B. J. Differential tropism of pseudorabies virus for cat sensory and motor neurons. J. NeuroVirology 3:49-61, 1997.

44) Woodring, S.F., Rossiter, C. D. and Yates, B. J. Pressor response elicited by nose-up vestibular stimulation in cats. Exp. Brain Res. 113: 165-168, 1997.

43) Steinbacher, B. C., Jr. and Yates, B. J. Brainstem integrative sites for vestibulo-sympathetic reflexes. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 781:700-702, 1996.

42) Yates, B. J. Vestibular influences on autonomic control. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 781: 458-473, 1996.

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41) Yates, B. J. and Miller, A. D. Vestibulo-respiratory regulation. IN: Neural Control of Respiratory Muscles, edited by A. D. Miller, A. L. Bianchi and B. P. Bishop. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1996, pp. 273-285.

40) Rossiter, C. D., Hayden, N. L., Stocker, S. and Yates, B. J. Changes in outflow to respiratory pump muscles produced by natural vestibular stimulation. J. Neurophysiol. 76: 3274-3284, 1996.

39) Miller, A. D., Jakus, J., Nonaka, S. and Yates, B. J. Modulation of vomiting by the medullary midline. Brain Res. 737: 51-58, 1996.

38) Steinbacher, B. C. and Yates, B. J. Processing of vestibular and other inputs by the caudal ventrolateral medullary reticular formation. Am. J. Physiol. 271: R1070-R1077, 1996.

37) Steinbacher, B. C. and Yates, B. J. Brainstem interneurons necessary for vestibular influences on sympathetic outflow. Brain Res. 720: 204-210, 1996.

36) Rossiter, C. D. and Yates, B. J. Vestibular influences on hypoglossal nerve activity in the cat. Neurosci. Lett. 211: 25-28, 1996.

35) Yates, B. J., Balaban, C. D., Miller, A. D., Endo, K. and Yamaguchi, Y. Vestibular inputs to the lateral tegmental field of the cat: potential role in autonomic control. Brain Res. 689: 197-206, 1995.

34) Endo, K., Thomson, D. B., Wilson, V. J., Yamaguchi, Y. and Yates, B. J. Vertical vestibular input to and projections from the caudal parts of the vestibular nuclei of the decerebrate cat. J. Neurophysiol. 74: 428-436, 1995.

33) Yates, B. J., Bolton, P. S., Goto, T., Kerman, I. A. and Miller, A. D. The role of the ventral brainstem in vestibulosympathetic and vestibulorespiratory reflexes. IN: Ventral Brainstem Mechanisms and Control Functions, edited by C. O. Trouth, R. M. Millis, H. Kiwull-Schone and M. E. Schlafke. Marcel Dekker, New York, 1995, pp. 181-191.

32) Yates, B. J., Siniaia, M. and Miller, A. D. Descending pathways necessary for vestibular influences on sympathetic and inspiratory outflow. Am. J. Physiol. 268: R1381-R1385, 1995.

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31) Schor, R. H. and Yates, B. J. Horizontal rotation responses of medullary reticular neurons in the decerebrate cat. J. Vestibular Research 5: 223-228, 1995.

30) Miller, A. D., Yamaguchi, Y., Siniaia, M. and Yates, B. J. Ventral respiratory group bulbospinal inspiratory neurons participate in vestibular-respiratory reflexes. J. Neurophysiol. 73: 1303-1307, 1995.

29) Bankoul, S., Goto, T., Yates, B. J. and Wilson, V. J. Primary afferent projection from the neck to an area where vestibulospinal neurons projecting to the cervical dorsal horn are found. An anterograde and retrograde tracing study in the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 353: 529-538, 1995.

28) Yates, B. J., Grelot, L., Kerman, I., Balaban, C. D., Jakus, J. and Miller, A. D. The organization of vestibular inputs to nucleus solitarius and adjacent structures in the cat brainstem. Am. J. Physiol. 267: R974-R983, 1994.

27) Yates, B. J. and Miller, A. D. Properties of sympathetic reflexes elicited by natural vestibular stimulation: implications for cardiovascular control. J. Neurophysiol. 71:2087-2092, 1994.

26) Endo, K., Kasper, J., Wilson, V. J. and Yates, B. J. Response of commissural and other upper cervical ventral horn neurons to vestibular stimuli in vertical planes. J. Neurophysiol. 71: 11-16, 1994.

25) Yates, B. J., Jakus, J. and Miller, A. D. Vestibular effects on respiratory outflow in the decerebrate cat. Brain Res. 629: 209-217, 1993.

24) Yates, B. J., Goto, T., Kerman, I. and Bolton, P. S. Responses of caudal medullary raphe neurons to natural vestibular stimulation. J. Neurophysiol. 70:938-946, 1993.

23) Miller, A. D. and Yates, B. J. Evaluation of role of upper cervical inspiratory neurons in respiration, emesis and cough. Brain Res. 606: 162-166, 1993.

22) Yates, B. J., Goto, T. and Bolton, P. S. Responses of neurons in the rostral ventrolateral medulla of the cat to natural vestibular stimulation. Brain Res. 601: 255-264,1993.

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21) Yates, B. J. Vestibular influences on the sympathetic nervous system. Brain Res. Reviews 17: 51-59, 1992.

20) Schor, R. H., Wilson, V. J., Yates, B. J., Yamagata, Y. and Nonaka, S. Vestibulocollic neurons and the vestibulocollic reflex. IN: Vestibular and Brain Stem Control of Eye, Head and Body Movements, edited by H. Shimazu and Y.Shinoda. Japan Scientific Societies Press, Tokyo, 1992, pp. 69-77.

19) Wilson, V. J., Bolton, P. S., Goto, T., Schor, R. H., Yamagata, Y. and Yates, B. J. Spatial transformation in the vertical vestibulocollic reflex. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 656: 500-506, 1992.

18) Yates, B. J., Goto, T. and Bolton, P. S. Responses of neurons in the caudal medullary raphe nuclei of the cat to stimulation of the vestibular nerve. Exp. Brain Res. 89: 323-332, 1992.

17) Bolton, P. S., Goto, T., Schor, R. H., Wilson, V. J., Yamagata, Y. and Yates, B. J. Response of pontomedullary reticulospinal neurons to vestibular stimuli in vertical planes: their role in vertical vestibulospinal reflexes. J. Neurophysiol. 67:639-647, 1992.

16) Yates, B. J., Yamagata, Y. and Bolton, P. S. The ventrolateral medulla of the cat mediates vestibulosympathetic reflexes. Brain Res. 552: 265-272, 1991.

15) Yamagata, Y., Yates, B. J. and Wilson, V. J. Participation of IA reciprocal inhibitory neurons in the spinal circuitry of the tonic neck reflex. Exp. Brain Res. 84: 461-464, 1991.

14) Wilson, V. J., Yamagata, Y., Yates, B. J., Schor, R. H. and Nonaka, S. Response of vestibular neurons to head rotations in vertical planes. III. Response of vestibulocollic neurons to vestibular and neck stimulation. J. Neurophysiol. 64:1695-1703, 1990.

13) Yates, B. J. and Yamagata, Y. Convergence of cardiovascular and vestibular inputs on neurons in the medullary paramedian reticular formation. Brain Res. 513: 166-170,1990.

12) Kasper, J., Wilson, V. J., Yamagata, Y. and Yates, B. J. Neck muscle spindle activity in the decerebrate, unparalyzed cat: dynamics and influence of vestibular stimulation. J. Neurophysiol. 62: 917-923, 1989.

11) Yates, B. J., Kasper, J. and Wilson, V. J. Effects of muscle and cutaneous hindlimb afferents on L4 neurons whose activity is modulated by neck rotation. Exp. Brain Res. 77: 48-56, 1989.

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10) Yates, B. J., Thompson, F. J. and Mickle, J. P. Responses of localized spinal cord neurons following stimulation of A-beta femoral-saphenous venous afferent fibers. Brain Res. 451: 285-294, 1988.

9) Yates, B. J., Kasper, J., Brink, E. E. and Wilson, V. J. Peripheral input to L4 neurons whose activity is modulated by neck rotation. Brain Res. 449: 377-380, 1988.

8) Kasper, J., Schor, R. H., Yates, B. J. and Wilson, V. J. Three dimensional sensitivity and caudal projection of neck spindle afferents. J. Neurophysiol. 59:1497-1509, 1988.

7) Yates, B. J., Mickle, J. P., Hedden, W. J. and Thompson, F. J. Tracing of afferent pathways from the femoral-saphenous vein to the dorsal root ganglia using transport of horseradish peroxidase. J. Autonom. Nerv. Syst. 20: 1-11, 1987.

6) Thompson, F. J. and Yates, B. J. Properties of femoral venous afferent input and lumbosacral distribution of spinal evoked activity. J. Autonom. Nerv. Syst. 15:245-261, 1986.

5) Yates, B. J. and Thompson, F. J. Activation of spinal cord interneurons which process inputs from the femoral-saphenous vein. Brain Res. 359: 383-387, 1985.

4) Yates, B. J. and Thompson, F. J. Properties of spinal cord processing of femoral venous afferent input revealed by the analysis of evoked potentials. J. Autonom. Nerv. Syst. 14: 201-207, 1985.

3) Thompson, F. J., Yates, B. J., Franzen, O. G. and Wald, J. R. Lumbar spinal cord responses to limb vein distention. J. Autonom. Nerv. Syst. 9: 531-546, 1983.

2) Thompson, F. J. and Yates, B. J. Venous afferent elicited skeletal muscle pumping: a new venopressor mechanism. The Physiologist 26: S74-S75, 1983.

1) Yates, B. J., Thompson, F. J. and Mickle, J. P. Origin and properties of spinal cord field potentials. Neurosurgery 11: 439-450, 1982.

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