JB Furness
JB Furness
Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health & University of Melbourne
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The enteric nervous system
JB Furness
Blackwell Publishing, 2006
The enteric nervous system and neurogastroenterology
JB Furness
Nature reviews Gastroenterology & hepatology 9 (5), 286-294, 2012
The enteric nervous system
JB Furness, M Costa
Churchill Livingstone, 1987
Types of neurons in the enteric nervous system
JB Furness
Journal of the autonomic nervous system 81 (1-3), 87-96, 2000
Types of nerves in the enteric nervous system
JB Furness, M Costa
Commentaries in the Neurosciences, 235-252, 1980
The enteric nervous system and gastrointestinal innervation: integrated local and central control
JB Furness, BP Callaghan, LR Rivera, HJ Cho
Microbial endocrinology: The microbiota-gut-brain axis in health and disease …, 2014
The role of the gut microbiota in NAFLD
C Leung, L Rivera, JB Furness, PW Angus
Nature reviews Gastroenterology & hepatology 13 (7), 412-425, 2016
Co-localization of calcitonin gene-related peptide-like immunoreactivity with substance P in cutaneous, vascular and visceral sensory neurons of guinea pigs
IL Gibbins, JB Furness, M Costa, I MacIntyre, CJ Hillyard, S Girgis
Neuroscience letters 57 (2), 125-130, 1985
Antigen-loaded MR1 tetramers define T cell receptor heterogeneity in mucosal-associated invariant T cells
R Reantragoon, AJ Corbett, IG Sakala, NA Gherardin, JB Furness, Z Chen, ...
Journal of Experimental Medicine 210 (11), 2305-2320, 2013
The gut as a sensory organ
JB Furness, LR Rivera, HJ Cho, DM Bravo, B Callaghan
Nature reviews Gastroenterology & hepatology 10 (12), 729-740, 2013
The enteric nervous system and regulation of intestinal motility
WAA Kunze, JB Furness
Annual review of physiology 61 (1), 117-142, 1999
Short-chain fatty acid receptor, GPR43, is expressed by enteroendocrine cells and mucosal mast cells in rat intestine
S Karaki, R Mitsui, H Hayashi, I Kato, H Sugiya, T Iwanaga, JB Furness, ...
Cell and tissue research 324, 353-360, 2006
Intrinsic primary afferent neuronsof the intestine
JB Furness, WAA Kunze, PP Bertrand, N Clerc, JC Bornstein
Progress in neurobiology 54 (1), 1-18, 1998
II. The intestine as a sensory organ: neural, endocrine, and immune responses
JB Furness, WAA Kunze, N Clerc
American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology 277 (5 …, 1999
Pathway-specific patterns of the co-existence of substance P, calcitonin gene-related peptide, cholecystokinin and dynorphin in neurons of the dorsal root ganglia of the guinea-pig
IL Gibbins, JB Furness, M Costa
Cell and tissue research 248, 417-437, 1987
Intrinsic primary afferent neurons and nerve circuits within the intestine
JB Furness, C Jones, K Nurgali, N Clerc
Progress in neurobiology 72 (2), 143-164, 2004
The adrenergic innervation of the gastrointestinal tract
JB Furness, M Costa
Ergebnisse der Physiologie Reviews of Physiology, Volume 69, 1-51, 1974
Substance P-like immunoreactivity in nerves associated with the vascular system of guinea-pigs
JB Furness, RE Papka, NG Della, M Costa, RL Eskay
Neuroscience 7 (2), 447-459, 1982
Chemical coding of enteric neurons
M Costa, JB Furness, IL Gibbins
Progress in brain research 68, 217-239, 1986
Projections and chemical coding of neurons with immunoreactivity for nitric oxide synthase in the guinea-pig small intestine
M Costa, JB Furness, S Pompolo, SJH Brookes, JC Bornstein, DS Bredt, ...
Neuroscience letters 148 (1-2), 121-125, 1992
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