Dr. Andre Brown is an Addiction Medicine Physician in SEATTLE, WA. Dr. Brown evaluates patients using many different procedures, in order to determine what treatments must be carried out in order to properly assess their symptoms. Addiction Medicine Physicians provide medical care in addition to consultation for each patient and their families.
- Olfactory CO(2) chemoreceptors.
- Topical inhibition of nasal carbonic anhydrase affects the CO2 detection threshold in rats.
- A decrease in nasal CO2 stimulates breathing in the tegu lizard.
- Acetazolamide on the ventral medulla of the cat increases phrenic output and delays the ventilatory response to CO2.
- The influence of venous CO2 on ventilation in garter snakes.
- Olfactory receptor response to CO2 in bullfrogs.
- Investigation of nasal CO₂ receptor transduction mechanisms in wild-type and GC-D knockout mice.
- Breathing and upper airway CO2 in reptiles: role of the nasal and vomeronasal systems.
- Effect of upper airway CO2 pattern on ventilatory frequency in tegu lizards.
- Upper airway CO2 receptors in tegu lizards: localization and ventilatory sensitivity.
- Identification of carbonic anhydrase activity in bullfrog olfactory receptor neurons: histochemical localization and role in CO2 chemoreception.
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