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Aguiar, P., Sousa, M., & Szucs, P. (2013). Versatile morphometric analysis and visualization of the three-dimensional structure of neurons. Neuroinformatics, 11(4), 393 - 403.
Sousa, M., Szucs, P., Lima, D., & Aguiar, P. (2014). The pronociceptive dorsal reticular nucleus contains mostly tonic neurons and shows a high prevalence of spontaneous activity in block preparation. Journal of Neurophysiology, 111(7), 1507 - 1518.
Cardoso-Cruz, H., Sousa, M., Vieira, J. B., Lima, D., & Galhardo, V. (2013). Prefrontal cortex and mediodorsal thalamus reduced connectivity is associated with spatial working memory impairment in rats with inflammatory pain. Pain, 154(11), 2397 - 2406.
Pinto, M., Sousa, M., Lima, D., & Tavares, I. (2008). Participation of μ-opioid, GABAB, and NK1 receptors of major pain control medullary areas in pathways targeting the rat spinal cord: Implications for descending modulation of nociceptive transmission. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 510(2), 175 - 187.
Aguiar, P., Sousa, M., & Lima, D. (2010). NMDA channels together with L-type calcium currents and calcium-activated nonspecific cationic currents are sufficient to generate windup in WDR neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology, 104(2), 1155 - 1166.
Pavani, K. C., Baron, E., Correia, P., Lourenço, J., et al. (2016). Gene expression, oocyte nuclear maturation and developmental competence of bovine oocytes and embryos produced after in vivo and in vitro heat shock. Zygote, 24(5), 748 - 759.
Ferrás, C., Fernandes, S., Silva, J., Barros, A., & Sousa, M. (2012). Expression analysis of MLH3, MLH1, and MSH4 in maturation arrest. Reproductive Sciences, 19(6), 587 - 596.
Sousa, M., & Aguiar, P. (2014). Building, simulating and visualizing large spiking neural networks with NeuralSyns. Neurocomputing, 123, 372 - 380.

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