Karl-Gunnar Westberg

Research projects

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Edin, Benoni

Context dependent adaptation of biting behaviors

12/01/2008

Publications

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Johansson, Anders
Westberg, Karl-Gunnar
Edin, Benoni B.

Task-dependent control of the jaw during food splitting in humans
Journal of Neurophysiology, 111: 2614-2623

2014

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Johansson, Anders Sixten
Pruszynski, J Andrew
Edin, Benoni Benjamin; et al.

Biting intentions modulate digastric reflex responses to sudden unloading of the jaw
Journal of Neurophysiology, 112(5): 1067-1073

2014

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Westberg, Karl-Gunnar
Kolta, Arlette

The trigeminal circuits responsible for chewing

2011

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Lund, James P
Sadeghi, Somayeh
Athanassiadis, Tuija; et al.

Assessment of the potential role of muscle spindle mechanoreceptor afferents in chronic muscle pain in the rat masseter muscle
PLoS ONE, 5(6): e11131-

2010

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Westberg, Karl-Gunnar
McFarland, David
Kolta, Arlette; et al.

From movement to pain: a tribute to professor James P. Lund
Journal of Orofacial Pain, 22(4): 297-306

2008

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Athanassiadis, Tuija
Westberg, Karl-Gunnar
Olsson, Kurt A; et al.

Physiological characterization, localization and synaptic inputs of bursting and nonbursting neurons in the trigeminal principal sensory nucleus of the rat
European Journal of Neuroscience, 22(12): 3099-3110

2005

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Athanassiadis, Tuija
Olsson, Kurt A
Kolta, A; et al.

Identification of c-Fos immunoreactive brainstem neurons activated during fictive mastication in the rabbit
Experimental Brain Research, 165(4): 478-489

2005

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Scott, G
Westberg, Karl-Gunnar
Vrentzos, N; et al.

Effect of lidocaine and NMDA injections into the medial pontobulbar reticular formation on mastication evoked by cortical stimulation in anaesthetized rabbits
European Journal of Neuroscience, 17(10): 2156-2162

2003

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Westberg, Karl-Gunnar
Scott, G
Olsson, Kurt; et al.

Discharge patterns of neurons in the medial pontobulbar reticular formation during fictive mastication in the rabbit
European Journal of Neuroscience, 14(10): 1709-1718

2001

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