Paul Woodson

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1975 University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
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Traynor ME, Schlapfer WT, Woodson PB, et al. (1979) Cross-tolerance to effect of ethanol and temperature in Aplysia: preliminary observations. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 3: 57-9
Barondes SH, Traynor ME, Schlapfer WT, et al. (1979) Rapid adaptation to neuronal membrane effects of ethanol and low temperature: some speculations on mechanism. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 4: 155-66
Woodson PB, Schlapfer WT. (1979) The amplitude of post-tetanic potentiation of the EPSP RC1-R15 in Aplysia is modulated by environmental parameters. Brain Research. 173: 225-42
Woodson PB, Schlapfer WT, Barondes SH. (1978) Amplitude and rate of decay of post-tetanic potentiation are controlled by different mechanisms. Brain Research. 157: 33-46
Traynor ME, Woodson PB, Schlapfer WT, et al. (1977) Tolerance to an effect of ethanol on post-tetanic potentiation in Aplysia. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 2: 361-70
Traynor ME, Woodson PB, Schlapfer WT, et al. (1976) Sustained tolerance to a specific effect of ethanol on posttetanic potentiation in Aplysia. Science (New York, N.Y.). 193: 510-11
Woodson PB, Tremblay JP, Schlapfer WT, et al. (1976) Heterosynaptic inhibition modifies the presynaptic plasticities of the transmission process at the synapse in Aplysia californica. Brain Research. 109: 83-95
Tremblay JP, Woodson PB, Schlapfer WT, et al. (1976) Dopamine, serotonin and related compounds: presynaptic effects on synaptic depression, frequency facilitation, and post-tetanic potentiation at a synapse in Aplysia californica. Brain Research. 109: 61-81
Schlapfer WT, Tremblay JP, Woodson PB, et al. (1976) Frequency facilitation and post-tetanic potentiation of a unitary synaptic potential in Aplysia californica are limited by different processes. Brain Research. 109: 1-20
Woodson PB, Traynor ME, Schlapfer WT, et al. (1976) Increased membrane fluidity implicated in acceleration of decay of post-tetanic potentiation by alcohols. Nature. 260: 797-9
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