BONGIANNI, FULVIA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 4.792
EU - Europa 3.810
AS - Asia 445
AF - Africa 15
OC - Oceania 3
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 1
SA - Sud America 1
Totale 9.067
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 4.776
PL - Polonia 2.116
IE - Irlanda 508
SE - Svezia 324
HK - Hong Kong 238
IT - Italia 229
UA - Ucraina 206
DE - Germania 139
FI - Finlandia 108
GB - Regno Unito 80
CN - Cina 73
VN - Vietnam 66
BE - Belgio 32
IN - India 32
CH - Svizzera 27
JO - Giordania 20
CA - Canada 16
FR - Francia 14
SC - Seychelles 12
ES - Italia 10
TR - Turchia 10
RU - Federazione Russa 9
NL - Olanda 7
PK - Pakistan 4
MU - Mauritius 2
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 2
SG - Singapore 2
AU - Australia 1
BR - Brasile 1
DK - Danimarca 1
DZ - Algeria 1
EU - Europa 1
Totale 9.067
Città #
Warsaw 2.116
Fairfield 700
Chandler 531
Dublin 507
Ashburn 434
Woodbridge 326
Seattle 319
Jacksonville 305
Cambridge 288
Wilmington 267
Houston 252
Princeton 135
Hong Kong 133
Ann Arbor 118
Boston 100
Boardman 96
Lawrence 88
Altamura 87
Dong Ket 60
Florence 52
Medford 51
Buffalo 50
San Diego 38
Beijing 37
Brussels 32
Pune 31
Falls Church 29
Bern 27
Norwalk 23
Hillsboro 19
New York 16
Toronto 12
Andover 11
Phoenix 11
Izmir 10
Frankfurt Am Main 9
Milan 9
Redwood City 9
Barcelona 8
Laurel 8
Shanghai 8
Shenzhen 8
Verona 8
Auburn Hills 7
Bremen 6
Guangzhou 5
Moscow 5
Mardan 4
Nanjing 4
Wuhan 4
Edinburgh 3
Hangzhou 3
Las Vegas 3
London 3
Salerno 3
Siena 3
Arnsberg 2
Auckland 2
Chiswick 2
Cosenza 2
Helsinki 2
Los Angeles 2
Madrid 2
Manchester 2
Montréal 2
Naaldwijk 2
New Bedfont 2
Putian 2
Salt Lake City 2
Singapore 2
Tappahannock 2
Aliquippa 1
Brisbane 1
Calgary 1
Campobasso 1
Central 1
Chengdu 1
Chicago 1
Cleveland 1
Clifton 1
Düsseldorf 1
Fremont 1
Grevenbroich 1
Limerick 1
Long Beach 1
Lyngby 1
Makawao 1
Modena 1
Monmouth Junction 1
Newry 1
Parma 1
Prescot 1
Redmond 1
Saint Petersburg 1
San Mateo 1
Seabrook 1
Spring Hill 1
São Paulo 1
Vancouver 1
Totale 7.489
Nome #
Area postrema glutamate receptors mediate respiratory and gastric responses in the rabbit. 236
Downregulation of the cough reflex by aclidinium and tiotropium in awake and anesthetized rabbits 233
GABAergic and glycinergic inputs modulate rhythmogenic mechanisms in the lamprey respiratory network 227
Neural mechanisms underlying respiratory rhythm generation in the lamprey 224
GABAA- and glycine-mediated inhibitory modulation of the cough reflex in the caudal nucleus tractus solitarii of the rabbit 222
Inhibitory control of ascending glutamatergic projections to the lamprey respiratory rhythm generator 211
Gastric relaxation in response to chemical stimulation of the area postrema in the rabbit. 211
The cough reflex is upregulated by lisinopril microinjected into the caudal nucleus tractus solitarii of the rabbit 209
Suppression of the cough reflex by alpha 2-adrenergic receptor agonists in the rabbit 207
Inhibitory control of the cough reflex by galanin receptors in the caudal nucleus tractus solitarii of the rabbit 195
Inhibitory modulation of the cough reflex by acetylcholine in the caudal nucleus tractus solitarii of the rabbit 184
Comparison between the effects of lisinopril and losartan on the cougn reflex in anesthetized and awake rabbits 175
Central nervous mechanisms in the generation of the pattern of breathing 168
Effects of Zofenopril and Ramipril on Cough Reflex Responses in Anesthetized and Awake Rabbits 111
Role of neurokinin receptors and ionic mechanisms within the respiratory network of the lamprey 110
Handgrip-induced airway dilation in asthmatic patients with bronchoconstriction induced by MCh inhalation. 97
Breathing stimulation mediated by 5-HT1Aand 5-HT3receptors within the preBötzinger complex of the adult rabbit 97
Changes in respiratory activity induced by mastication in humans. 92
Discharge patterns of Bötzinger complex neurons during cough in the cat. 91
Cough reflex responses during pulmonary C-fibre receptor activation in anesthetized rabbits 91
Chemical activation of caudal medullary expiratory neurones alters the pattern of breathing in the cat. 90
Biochemical and behavioural studies on indole-pyruvic acid: a keto-analogue of tryptophan. 87
Opioid-induced depression in the lamprey respiratory network. 86
Modulation of the cough reflex by antitussive agents within the caudal aspect of the nucleus tractus solitarii in the rabbit 86
Respiratory responses to thyrotropin-releasing hormone microinjected into the rabbit medulla oblongata. 84
Effects of electrical and chemical stimulation of the Bötzinger complex on respiratory activity in the cat. 84
ATP, astrocytes and central respiratory control in the lamprey 84
Central nervous mechanisms of cough 83
Neurokinin receptor modulation of respiratory activity in the rabbit 83
Naloxone attenuates poststimulatory respiratory depression of laryngeal origin in the adult cat. 82
Suppression of the cough reflex by inhibition of ERK1/2 activation in the caudal nucleus tractus solitarii of the rabbit 81
Identification of a cholinergic modulatory and rhythmogenic mechanism within the lamprey respiratory network 81
Anatomical and physiological study of brainstem nuclei relaying dorsal column inputs in lampreys. 79
Key role of 5-HT1A receptors in the modulation of the neuronal network underlying the respiratory rhythm generation in lampreys 79
Essential Role of the cVRG in the Generation of Both the Expiratory and Inspiratory Components of the Cough Reflex. 78
Respiratory role of ionotropic glutamate receptors in the rostral ventral respiratory group of the rabbit. 78
PRESENCE OF LOW VOLTAGE ACTIVATED CALCIUM CHANNELS DISTINGUISHES TOUCH FROM PRESSURE SENSORY NEURONS IN THE LAMPREY SPINAL CORD. 77
Effects of central chemical drive on poststimulatory respiratory depression of laryngeal origin in the adult cat 77
Depression of cough reflex by microinjections of antitussive agents into caudal ventral respiratory group of the rabbit 77
Ionotropic glutamate receptors mediate excitatory drive to caudal medullary expiratory neurons in the rabbit. 77
EXPIRATION-RELATED NEURONS IN THE CAUDAL VENTRAL RESPIRATORY GROUP OF THE CAT: INFLUENCES OF THE ACTIVATION OF BÖTZINGER COMPLEX NEURONS. 77
Activation of ERK1/2 in the caudal nucleus tractus solitarii is required for the mediation of cough reflex responses in the rabbit 76
Astrocytes modulate the respiratory network of the lamprey 76
Respiratory responses to electrical and chemical stimulation of the area postrema in the rabbit. 75
Respiratory responses induced by blockades of GABA and glycine receptors within the Bötzinger complex and the pre-Bötzinger complex of the rabbit. 75
RECIPROCAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN ROSTRAL VENTROLATERAL MEDULLA AND INSPIRATION-RELATED MEDULLARY AREAS IN THE CAT. 73
Prostaglandin synthesis blockade by ketoprofen attenuates respiratory and cardiovascular responses to static handgrip. 73
Neuropeptide Y-immunoreactive spinal neurons make close appositions on axons of primary sensory afferents. 73
Calcium channel inhibitors suppress the morphine-withdrawal syndrome in rats. 73
Cough reflex regulation by brainstem mechanisms in the rabbit 73
RESPIRATORY RESPONSES INDUCED BY THE ACTIVATION OF SOMATIC NOCICEPTIVE AFFERENTS IN HUMANS. 72
Spinal inputs from lateral columns to reticulospinal neurons in lampreys. 71
Respiratory neuronal activity during apnea and poststimulatory effects of laryngeal origin in the cat. 71
Respiratory responses to ionotropic glutamate receptor antagonists in the ventral respiratory group of the rabbit. 71
Neuronal mechanisms of respiratory pattern generation are evolutionary conserved 71
Dorsal root and dorsal column mediated synaptic inputs to reticulospinal neurons in lampreys: involvement of glutamatergic, glycinergic and GABAergic transmission. 71
The role of excitatory amino acids and substance P in the mediation of the cough reflex within the nucleus tractus solitarii of the rabbit. 70
Antitussive effects of α2-adrenergic receptor agonists in the rabbit 70
Respiratory responses to somatostatin microinjections into the Bötzinger complex and the pre-Bötzinger complex of the rabbit 70
GABAergic and glycinergic inhibitory mechanisms in the lamprey respiratory control. 69
Role of ATP and astrocytes in the lamprey respiratory network 69
Activation of μ-opioid receptors differentially affects the preBötzinger Complex and neighbouring regions of the respiratory network in the adult rabbit 69
Respiratory responses evoked by blockades of ionotropic glutamate receptors within the Bötzinger complex and the pre- Bötzinger complex of the rabbit. 69
Effects of lignocaine blockades and kainic acid lesions in the Bötzinger complex on the spontaneous expiratory activity and cough reflex responses in the rabbit. 69
Respiratory changes induced by kainic acid lesions in rostral ventral respiratory group of rabbits. 68
Acetylcholine downregulates the cough reflex in the caudal nucleus tractus solitarii of the rabbit 68
Astrocytes in the lamprey respiratory network 67
Modulation of the cough reflex by GABAA receptors in the caudal ventral respiratory group of the rabbit 67
Acetylcholine downregulates the cough reflex in the caudal nucleus tractus solitarii of the rabbit 66
Excitatory and depressant respiratory responses to chemical stimulation of the rostral ventrolateral medulla in the cat. 66
Influences of superior laryngeal afferent stimulation on expiratory activity in cats. 65
Evolutionary aspects of neural mechanisms underlying respiratory rhythm generation in vertebrates 65
Excitatory effects on respiratory activity mediated by 5-HT1A and 5-HT3 receptors within the preBötzinger Complex of the adult rabbit 64
Respiratory responses to chemical stimulation of the parabrachial nuclear complex in the rabbit. 59
ATP and astrocytes are involved in the lamprey respiratory control 58
Influences of neurokinin receptor activation on respiratory rhythm generation in the lamprey 57
Depressant effects on inspiratory and expiratory activity produced by chemical activation of Bötzinger complex neurons in the rabbit. 56
Trigeminal inputs to reticulospinal neurones in lampreys are mediated by excitatory and inhibitory amino acids. 55
Group I and II metabotropic glutamate receptors modulate respiratory activity in the lamprey. 53
Respiratory role of ionotropic glutamate receptors in the rostral ventral respiratory group of the rabbit 51
Chemical stimulation of the area postrema provokes gastric relaxation in the rabbit. 50
Brainstem Structures Involved in the Generation of Reflex Cough 50
Respiratory responses caused by activation of 5-HT1A receptors within the preBötzinger Complex of the rabbit 49
Influences of neurokinin receptor activation on respiratory rhythm generation in the lamprey 48
Respiratory and cardiovascular responses to satic handgrip in humans. 47
Involvement of bradykinin and substance P in the lisinopril-induced upregulation of the cough reflex within the caudal nucleus tractus solitarii of the rabbit 47
Respiratory role of GABA and glycine receptors within the Bötzinger complex of the rabbit 47
Downregulation of the cough reflex by clonidine in the rabbit 46
GABAergic modulation of rhythmogenic mechanisms in the lamprey respiratory network 45
Role of glutamate receptors subtypes in the lamprey respiratory network. 44
Activity of medullary respiratory neurons during apnea and poststimulatory effects of laryngeal origin in the cat 44
Activation of Bötzinger complex neurons induces depressant effects on both inspiratory and expiratory activity in the rabbit. 43
Putative GABAergic input to axons of spinal interneurons and primary sensory neurons in the lamprey spinal cord as shown by intracellular Lucifer Yellow and GABA immunohistochemistry. 41
Central nervous mechanisms in the generation of the pattern of breathing. 41
Acetylcholine downregulates the cough reflex in the caudal nucleus tractus solitarii of the rabbit 39
Role of excitatory amino acid in the mediation of tracheobronchial cough induced by citric acid inhalation 34
Respiratory and gastric motor responses mediated by NMDA and non-NMDA receptors in the area postrema of the rabbit 33
Behaviour of medullary respiratory neurones during apnoea and poststimulatory effects of laryngeal origin in the cat 33
Activity of Bötzinger complex neurones during cough in the cat. 32
Respiratory and cardiovascular responses to electrical and chemical microstimulation of the parabrachial nuclear complex in the rabbit 31
Totale 8.579
Categoria #
all - tutte 21.278
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 21.278


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019709 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 54 139 276 240
2019/20201.977 127 167 65 158 193 222 178 237 167 95 176 192
2020/20211.803 150 200 77 247 74 211 105 150 134 249 53 153
2021/2022784 19 62 59 24 43 40 30 37 40 46 140 244
2022/20232.014 233 286 33 160 202 402 324 101 150 36 45 42
2023/2024739 27 103 140 42 64 156 13 193 1 0 0 0
Totale 9.260