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Birendra Mallick
Birendra Mallick
Professor of Neurobiology and Director, Amity Institute of Neuropsychology & Neurosciences, Amity
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High altitude memory impairment is due to neuronal apoptosis in hippocampus, cortex and striatum
P Maiti, SB Singh, B Mallick, S Muthuraju, G Ilavazhagan
Journal of chemical neuroanatomy 36 (3-4), 227-238, 2008
1762008
Changes in pontine unit activity with REM sleep deprivation
BN Mallick, JM Siegel, H Fahringer
Brain research 515 (1-2), 94-98, 1990
1121990
Increased apoptosis in rat brain after rapid eye movement sleep loss
S Biswas, P Mishra, BN Mallick
Neuroscience 142 (2), 315-331, 2006
1102006
Interactions between cholinergic and GABAergic neurotransmitters in and around the locus coeruleus for the induction and maintenance of rapid eye movement sleep in rats
BN Mallick, S Kaur, RN Saxena
Neuroscience 104 (2), 467-485, 2001
1072001
REM sleep loss increases brain excitability: Role of noradrenalin and its mechanism of action
BN Mallick, A Singh
Sleep medicine reviews 15 (3), 165-178, 2011
1032011
Role of norepinephrine in the regulation of rapid eye movement sleep
BN Mallick, S Majumdar, M Faisal, V Yadav, V Madan, D Pal
Journal of biosciences 27, 539-551, 2002
912002
Mild electrical stimulation of pontine tegmentum around locus coeruleus reduces rapid eye movement sleep in rats
S Singh, BN Mallick
Neuroscience research 24 (3), 227-235, 1996
911996
Different types of norepinephrinergic receptors are involved in preoptic area mediated independent modulation of sleep-wakefulness and body temperature
BN Mallick, MN Alam
Brain research 591 (1), 8-19, 1992
871992
GABAergic neurons in prepositus hypoglossi regulate REM sleep by its action on locus coeruleus in freely moving rats
S Kaur, RN Saxena, BN Mallick
Synapse 42 (3), 141-150, 2001
862001
GABA in locus coeruleus regulates spontaneous rapid eye movement sleep by acting on GABAA receptors in freely moving rats
S Kaur, RN Saxena, BN Mallick
Neuroscience letters 223 (2), 105-108, 1997
781997
Effect of rapid eye movement sleep deprivation on rat brain Na‐K ATPase activity
S Gulyani, BN Mallick
Journal of sleep research 2 (1), 45-50, 1993
761993
Effect of rapid eye movement sleep deprivation on rat brain monoamine oxidases
M Thakkar, BN Mallick
Neuroscience 55 (3), 677-683, 1993
711993
Neural mechanism of rapid eye movement sleep generation with reference to REM-OFF neurons in locus coeruleus
D Pal, BN Mallick
Indian Journal of Medical Research 125 (6), 721-739, 2007
702007
A modified method for consistent and reliable Golgi–Cox staining in significantly reduced time
A Ranjan, BN Mallick
Frontiers in neurology 1, 157, 2010
672010
Increased levels of tyrosine hydroxylase and glutamic acid decarboxylase in locus coeruleus neurons after rapid eye movement sleep deprivation in rats
S Majumdar, BN Mallick
Neuroscience letters 338 (3), 193-196, 2003
652003
Norepinephrine‐Stimulated Increase in Na+,K+‐ATPase Activity in the Rat Brain Is Mediated Through α1A‐Adrenoceptor Possibly by Dephosphorylation of the …
BN Mallick, HVA Adya, M Faisal
Journal of neurochemistry 74 (4), 1574-1578, 2000
652000
A mathematical model towards understanding the mechanism of neuronal regulation of wake-NREMS-REMS states
R Kumar, A Bose, BN Mallick
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e42059, 2012
642012
Role of noradrenergic and GABA-ergic inputs in pedunculopontine tegmentum for regulation of rapid eye movement sleep in rats
D Pal, BN Mallick
Neuropharmacology 51 (1), 1-11, 2006
622006
Differential acute influence of medial and lateral preoptic areas on sleep-wakefulness in freely moving rats
MN Alam, BN Mallick
Brain research 525 (2), 242-248, 1990
621990
Possible mechanism of rapid eye movement sleep deprivation induced increase in NaK ATPase activity
S Gulyani, BN Mallick
Neuroscience 64 (1), 255-260, 1995
611995
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