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Rebecca Lim
Rebecca Lim
Associate Professor, The University of Newcastle
Dirección de correo verificada de newcastle.edu.au
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Is there an association between dietary intake and academic achievement: a systematic review
T Burrows, S Goldman, K Pursey, R Lim
Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 30 (2), 117-140, 2017
2502017
Organic bioelectronics: materials and biocompatibility
K Feron, R Lim, C Sherwood, A Keynes, A Brichta, PC Dastoor
International journal of molecular sciences 19 (8), 2382, 2018
1372018
Developmental changes in EPSC quantal size and quantal content at a central glutamatergic synapse in rat
MC Bellingham, R Lim, B Walmsley
The Journal of physiology 511 (3), 861-869, 1998
1191998
Anatomical and physiological development of the human inner ear
R Lim, AM Brichta
Hearing research 338, 9-21, 2016
1182016
GABA mediates presynaptic inhibition at glycinergic synapses in a rat auditory brainstem nucleus
R Lim, FJ Alvarez, B Walmsley
The Journal of physiology 525 (2), 447-459, 2000
1082000
Quantal size is correlated with receptor cluster area at glycinergic synapses in the rat brainstem
R Lim, FJ Alvarez, B Walmsley
The Journal of physiology 516 (2), 505-512, 1999
981999
Potassium accumulation between type I hair cells and calyx terminals in mouse crista
R Lim, AE Kindig, SW Donne, RJ Callister, AM Brichta
Experimental brain research 210, 607-621, 2011
782011
Blockade of glycine transporter-1 (GLYT-1) potentiates NMDA receptor-mediated synaptic transmission in hypoglossal motorneurons
R Lim, P Hoang, AJ Berger
Journal of neurophysiology 92 (4), 2530-2537, 2004
642004
Heat pulse excitability of vestibular hair cells and afferent neurons
RD Rabbitt, AM Brichta, H Tabatabaee, PJ Boutros, JH Ahn, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 116 (2), 825-843, 2016
562016
A review of mechanical and synaptic processes in otolith transduction of sound and vibration for clinical VEMP testing
IS Curthoys, JW Grant, CJ Pastras, DJ Brown, AM Burgess, AM Brichta, ...
Journal of Neurophysiology 122 (1), 259-276, 2019
502019
Glycinergic mIPSCs in mouse and rat brainstem auditory nuclei: modulation by ruthenium red and the role of calcium stores
R Lim, S Oleskevich, AP Few, RN Leao, B Walmsley
The Journal of physiology 546 (3), 691-699, 2003
452003
Generation of vestibular tissue-like organoids from human pluripotent stem cells using the rotary cell culture system
C Mattei, R Lim, H Drury, B Nasr, Z Li, MA Tadros, GM D'Abaco, KS Stok, ...
Frontiers in cell and developmental biology 7, 25, 2019
352019
A review of efferent cholinergic synaptic transmission in the vestibular periphery and its functional implications
LA Poppi, JC Holt, R Lim, AM Brichta
Journal of Neurophysiology 123 (2), 608-629, 2020
322020
An increase in glycinergic quantal amplitude and frequency during early vestibular compensation in mouse
R Lim, RJ Callister, AM Brichta
Journal of neurophysiology 103 (1), 16-24, 2010
312010
Altered neurofilament protein expression in the lateral vestibular nucleus in Parkinson’s disease
TP Wellings, AM Brichta, R Lim
Experimental brain research 235, 3695-3708, 2017
292017
ACh-induced hyperpolarization and decreased resistance in mammalian type II vestibular hair cells
LA Poppi, H Tabatabaee, HR Drury, P Jobling, RJ Callister, AA Migliaccio, ...
Journal of Neurophysiology 119 (1), 312-325, 2018
272018
Anatomical and physiological properties of pelvic ganglion neurons in female mice
P Jobling, R Lim
Autonomic Neuroscience 140 (1-2), 30-39, 2008
272008
Organotypic culture of neonatal murine inner ear explants
JM Ogier, RA Burt, HR Drury, R Lim, BA Nayagam
Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience 13, 170, 2019
262019
Attenuated glycine receptor function reduces excitability of mouse medial vestibular nucleus neurons
AJ Camp, R Lim, WB Anderson, PR Schofield, RJ Callister, AM Brichta
Neuroscience 170 (1), 348-360, 2010
232010
Electrical maturation of spinal neurons in the human fetus: comparison of ventral and dorsal horn
MA Tadros, R Lim, DI Hughes, AM Brichta, RJ Callister
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (5), 2661-2671, 2015
222015
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