Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Streeter KA, Sunshine MD, Davenport PW, Fuller DD (2021). Phrenic afferent activation modulates cardiorespiratory output in the adult rat. J. Neurophysiol. 126 (6): 2091-2103. PMID: 34788165.

  2. Wollman LB, Streeter KA, Fuller DD (2020). Ampakine pretreatment enables a single brief hypoxic episode to evoke phrenic motor facilitation. J. Neurophysiol. 123 (3): 993-1003. PMID: 31940229.

  3. Wollman LB, Streeter KA, Fuller DD (2020). Ampakines stimulate phrenic motor output after cervical spinal cord injury. pretreatment enables a single brief hypoxic episode to evoke phrenic motor facilitation. Exp. Neurol. 334: 113465. PMID: 32949571.

  4. Streeter KA, Sunshine MD, Brant JO, Sandoval AGW, Maden M, Fuller DD (2020). Molecular and histologic outcomes indicate reduced wounding following spinal cord injury in spiny mice Acomys cahirinus. J. Comp. Neurol. 15;528(9):1535-1547. PMID: 31820438.

  5. Streeter KA, Sunshine MD, Patel SR, Gonzalez-Rothi EJ, Reier PJ, Baekey DM, Fuller DD (2020). Mid-cervical interneuron networks following high cervical spinal cord injury. Respir. Physiol. Neurobiol. 271: 103305. PMID: 31553921.

  6. Streeter KA*, Sunshine MD*, Patel SR, Gonzalez-Rothi EJ, Reier PJ, Baekey DM, Fuller DD (2017). Intermittent Hypoxia Enhances Functional Connectivity of Mid-Cervical Spinal Interneurons. J. Neurosci. 37(35):8349-8362. PMID: 28751456.

  7. Streeter KA, Sunshine MD, Patel SR, Liddell SP, Denholtz LE, Reier PJ, Fuller DD, Baekey DM (2017). Coupling multi-electrode array recordings with silver labeling of recording sites to study cervical spinal network connectivity. J. Neurophysiol 117(3):1014-1029. PMID: 27974450.

  8. Gonzalez-Rothi EJ, Streeter KA, Hanna MH, Stamas AC, Reier PJ, Baekey DM, Fuller DD (2016). High frequency epidural stimulation evokes short-term potentiation of phrenic discharge after incomplete cervical spinal cord injury. J. Neurophysiol. 118(4): 2344-2357. PMID: 28615341.

  9. Mercier LM, Gonzalez-Rothi EJ, Streeter KA, Posgai SP, Poirier AS, Fuller DD, Reier PJ, Baekey DM (2016). Intraspinal microstimulation and diaphragm activation following cervical spinal cord injury. J. Neurophysiol. 117(2):767-776. PMID: 27881723.

  10. Kloefkorn HE, Pettengill T, Turner SM, Streeter KA, Gonzalez-Rothi EJ, Fuller DD, Allen KD (2016). Automated Gait Analysis through Hues and Areas (AGATHA): a method to characterize the spatiotemporal pattern of rat gait. Ann. of Biomed. Eng. 45(3):711-725. PMID: 27554674.

  11. Braegelmann, KM, Streeter KA, Fields DP, Baker TL (2016). Mechanisms of plasticity in respiratory motor neurons in response to reduced synaptic inputs. Exp. Neurol. 287(Pt 2):225-234. PMID: 27456270.

  12. ElMallah MA, Stanley DA, Lee KZ, Streeter KA, Turner SM, and Fuller DD (2015). Power spectral analysis of hypoglossal nerve activity during intermittent hypoxia-induced long-term facilitation. J. Neurophysiol. 115(3):1372-80. PMID: 26683067

  13. Streeter KA and Baker-Herman TL (2014). Spinal NMDA receptors underlie differential expression of inactivity-induced phrenic motor facilitation in Sprague Dawley rats. J. Appl. Physiol. 117(7):682-93. PMID: 25103979

  14. Streeter KA and Baker-Herman TL (2014). Decreased spinal synaptic inputs to phrenic motor neurons elicit localized inactivity-induced phrenic motor facilitation. Exp. Neurol. 256:46-56. PMID: 24681155

  15. Strey KA, Baertsch NA, Baker-Herman TL (2013). Inactivity-induced respiratory plasticity: Protecting the drive to breathe in disorders that reduce respiratory neural activity. Respir. Physiol. Neurobiol. 189(2):384-94. PMID: 23816599

  16. Strey KA, Nichols NL, Baertsch NA, Broytman O, Baker-Herman TL (2012). Spinal atypical protein kinase C activity is necessary to stabilize inactivity-induced phrenic motor facilitation. J. Neurosci. 32(46):16510-16520. PMID: 23152633

  17. Baker-Herman LT and Strey KA (2011). Similarities and differences of phrenic and hypoglossal long-term facilitation. Respir. Physiol. Neurobiol. 179(1):48-56. PMID: 21745601

  18. Mahamed S, Strey KA, Mitchell GS, Baker-Herman TL (2011). Reduced respiratory neural activity elicits phrenic motor facilitation. Respir. Physiol. Neurobiol. 175(3):303-9. PMID: 21167322