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Lyamin OI, Manger PR, Ridgway SH, Mukhametov LM, Siegel JM.  2008.  Cetacean sleep: an unusual form of mammalian sleep.. Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 32(8):1451-84.
Lai Y-Y, Hsieh K-C, Nguyen D, Peever J, Siegel JM.  2008.  Neurotoxic lesions at the ventral mesopontine junction change sleep time and muscle activity during sleep: an animal model of motor disorders in sleep.. Neuroscience. 154(2):431-43.
Siegel JM, Boehmer LN.  2006.  Narcolepsy and the hypocretin system--where motion meets emotion.. Nature Clinical Practice Neurology [Nature Reviews Neurology]. 2(10):548-56.
Siegel JM, Manger PR, Nienhuis R, Fahringer HM, Shalita T, Pettigrew JD.  1999.  Sleep in the platypus.. Neuroscience. 91(1):391-400.
Nienhuis R, Siegel JM.  1989.  Analysis of head movement and position using hall effect devices.. Physiol Behav. 45(1):199-203.
Suzuki SS, Siegel JM, Wu MF.  1989.  Role of pontomedullary reticular formation neurons in horizontal head movements: an ibotenic acid lesion study in the cat.. Brain Res. 484(1-2):78-93.
Siegel JM, Tomaszewski KS, Nienhuis R.  1986.  Behavioral states in the chronic medullary and midpontine cat.. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 63(3):274-88.
Suzuki SS, Siegel JM.  1985.  Reticular formation neurons related to tongue movement in the behaving cat.. Exp Neurol. 89(3):689-97.
Siegel JM, Wheeler RL, Breedlove SM, McGinty DJ.  1980.  Brain stem units related to movements of the pinna.. Brain Res. 202(1):183-8.
Siegel JM, Wheeler RL, McGinty DJ.  1979.  Activity of medullary reticular formation neurons in the unrestrained cat during waking and sleep.. Brain Res. 179(1):49-60.
Siegel JM.  1979.  Behavioral relations of medullary reticular formation cells.. Exp Neurol. 65(3):691-8.
Siegel JM, McGinty DJ.  1977.  Pontine reticular formation neurons: relationship of discharge to motor activity.. Science. 196(4290):678-80.