Eric Neil

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(1918-1990)

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Ronald O'Regan grad student
Arthur M. Brown grad student 1961-1964 Middlesex Hospital Medical School (Neurotree)

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Bengt Lennart Andersson collaborator (Evolution Tree)
Corneille Heymans collaborator
Ulf S. von Euler collaborator (Neurotree)
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Kordy MT, Neil E, Palmer JF. (1975) The influence of laryngeal afferent stimulation on cardiac vagal responses to carotid chemoreceptor excitation. The Journal of Physiology. 247: 24P-25P
Neil E, Palmer JF. (1975) Effects of spontaneous respiration on the latency of reflex cardiac chronotropic responses to baroreceptor stimulation. The Journal of Physiology. 247: 16P
Neil E. (1974) Principles of vascular control. Postgraduate Medical Journal. 50: 557-9
Neil E. (1973) A reappraisal of the role of the carotid body in respiration. Bulletin De Physio-Pathologie Respiratoire. 9: 587-92
Neil E, O'Regan RG. (1971) Efferent and afferent impulse activity recorded from few-fibre preparations of otherwise intact sinus and aortic nerves. The Journal of Physiology. 215: 33-47
Neil E, O'Regan RG. (1971) The effects of electrical stimulation of the distal end of the cut sinus and aortic nerves on peripheral arterial chemoreceptor activity in the cat. The Journal of Physiology. 215: 15-32
Folkow B, Neil E. (1971) CIRCULATION Oxford University Press, 1971. Pp. 593. . 593
Neil E, O'Regan RG. (1969) Effects of sinus and aortic nerve efferents on arterial chemoreceptor function. The Journal of Physiology. 200: 69P-71P
Neil E, O'Regan RG. (1969) Efferent and afferent impulse activity in the "intact" sinus nerve. The Journal of Physiology. 205: 20P-21P
JOELS N, NEIL E. (1963) THE ACTION OF ACETALDEHYDE ON THE CHEMORECEPTORS OF THE CAROTID GLOMUS. The Journal of Physiology. 168: 234-7
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