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2008Activation of 5-HT1A receptors attenuates tachycardia induced by restraint stress in ratsNgampramuan, S.; Baumert, M.; Beig, M.; Kotchabhakdi, N.; Nalivaiko, E.
2010Impact of movement on cardiorespiratory coordination in conscious ratsKabir, M.; Nalivaiko, E.; Abbott, D.; Baumert, M.; IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Conference (32nd : 2010 : Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2009Cardiorespiratory coordination in rats is influenced by autonomic blockadeKabir, M.; Beig, M.; Nalivaiko, E.; Abbott, D.; Baumert, M.; International Conference on Biomedical Engineering (13th : 2008 : Singapore)
2015Effect of respiration on heartbeat-evoked potentials during sleep in children with sleep-disordered breathingBaumert, M.; Pamula, Y.; Kohler, M.; Martin, J.; Kennedy, D.; Nalivaiko, E.; Immanuel, S.
2010Cardiorespiratory phase-coupling is reduced in patients with obstructive sleep apneaKabir, M.; Dimitri, H.; Sanders, P.; Antic, R.; Nalivaiko, E.; Abbott, D.; Baumert, M.
2011Relation between QT interval variability and cardiac sympathetic activity in hypertensionBaumert, M.; Schlaich, M.; Nalivaiko, E.; Lambert, E.; Sari, C.; Kaye, D.; Elser, M.; Sanders, P.; Lambert, G.
2008QT interval variability and cardiac norepinephrine spillover in patients with depression and panic disorderBaumert, M.; Lambert, G.; Dawood, T.; Lambert, E.; Esler, M.; McGrane, M.; Barton, D.; Nalivaiko, E.
2009Blockade of 5-HT2A receptors suppresses hyperthermic but not cardiovascular responses to psychosocial stress in ratsBeig, M.; Baumert, M.; Walker, F.; Day, T.; Nalivaiko, E.
2011Quantification of cardiorespiratory interactions based on joint symbolic dynamicsKabir, M.; Saint, D.; Nalivaiko, E.; Abbott, D.; Voss, A.; Baumert, M.
2013Ondansetron prevents changes in respiratory pattern provoked by LiCl: A new approach for studying pro-emetic states in rodents?Ngampramuan, S.; Baumert, M.; Czippelova, B.; Nalivaiko, E.