A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Leszek Zguczyński, Dorota Bukowska, Barbara Mierzejewska-Krzyzowska. Ann Anat 2008
Times Cited: 2







List of co-cited articles
articles co-cited >1



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Gracile, cuneate, and spinal trigeminal projections to inferior olive in rat and monkey.
H H Molinari, K E Schultze, N L Strominger. J Comp Neurol 1996
25
50



Organization of the pontocerebellar projection to the paramedian lobule and caudal vermis: a retrograde fluorescent tracer study in the rabbit.
Leszek Zguczyński, Dorota Bukowska, Barbara Mierzejewska-Krzyżwska. Cells Tissues Organs 2010
2
50




Definite segregation of cortical neurons projecting to the dorsal column nuclei in the rat.
G Martinez-Lorenzana, R Machín, C Avendaño. Neuroreport 2001
14
50







Chemoarchitecture of the dorsal column nucleus of the larval sea lamprey.
M Celina Rodicio, Verona Villar-Cerviño, Xesús M Abalo, Begoña Villar-Cheda, Miguel Meléndez-Ferro, Emma Pérez-Costas, Ramón Anadón. Brain Res Bull 2005
12
50



Visual pontocerebellar projections in the cat.
G Mower, A Gibson, F Robinson, J Stein, M Glickstein. J Neurophysiol 1980
45
50



Organization of afferent connections to cuneocerebellar tract.
J D Cooke, B Larson, O Oscarsson, B Sjölund. Exp Brain Res 1971
90
50

Origin and termination of cuneocerebellar tract.
J D Cooke, B Larson, O Oscarsson, B Sjölund. Exp Brain Res 1971
115
50










Cholinergic modulation of synaptic transmission and postsynaptic excitability in the rat gracilis dorsal column nucleus.
David Fernández de Sevilla, Margarita Rodrigo-Angulo, Angel Nuñez, Washington Buño. J Neurosci 2006
9
50


Somatosensory properties of cuneocerebellar neurones in the main cuneate nucleus of the rat.
Nadia L Cerminara, Kalyanee Makarabhirom, John A Rawson. Cerebellum 2003
13
50

Quantitative stereological evaluation of the gracile and cuneate nuclei and their projection neurons in the rat.
Pedro E Bermejo, Cristina E Jiménez, Cristina V Torres, Carlos Avendaño. J Comp Neurol 2003
42
50



Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.