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Eljammal SM, Valladares EM, Irwin MR.  2006.  Loss of slow-wave sleep.. J Clin Sleep Med. 2(2):213-4.
Lyamin O, Pryaslova J, Lance V, Siegel J.  2005.  Animal behaviour: continuous activity in cetaceans after birth.. Nature. 435(7046):1177.
Siegel JM.  2005.  Clues to the functions of mammalian sleep.. Nature. 437(7063):1264-71.
Lyamin OI, Pryaslova JP, Lance V, Siegel JM.  2005.  Continuous activity in cetaceans after birth. Nature. 435
Blouin AM, Thannickal TC, Worley PF, Baraban JM, Reti IM, Siegel JM.  2005.  Narp immunostaining of human hypocretin (orexin) neurons: loss in narcolepsy.. Neurology. 65(8):1189-92.
Irwin MR, Ziegler M.  2005.  Sleep deprivation potentiates activation of cardiovascular and catecholamine responses in abstinent alcoholics.. Hypertension. 45(2):252-7.
Bower JE, Woolery A, Sternlieb B, Garet D.  2005.  Yoga for cancer patients and survivors.. Cancer Control. 12(3):165-71.
John J, Wu M-F, Boehmer LN, Siegel JM.  2004.  Cataplexy-active neurons in the hypothalamus: implications for the role of histamine in sleep and waking behavior.. Neuron. 42(4):619-34.
Redwine L, Dang J, Irwin M.  2004.  Cellular adhesion molecule expression, nocturnal sleep, and partial night sleep deprivation.. Brain Behav Immun. 18(4):333-40.
Irwin M, Clark C, Kennedy B, J Gillin C, Ziegler M.  2003.  Nocturnal catecholamines and immune function in insomniacs, depressed patients, and control subjects.. Brain Behav Immun. 17(5):365-72.
Siegel JM.  2003.  Why we sleep.. Sci Am. 289(5):92-7.
Manger PR, Fahringer HM, Pettigrew JD, Siegel JM.  2002.  The distribution and morphological characteristics of cholinergic cells in the brain of monotremes as revealed by ChAT immunohistochemistry.. Brain Behav Evol. 60(5):275-97.
Irwin M.  2002.  Effects of sleep and sleep loss on immunity and cytokines.. Brain Behav Immun. 16(5):503-12.
Siegel JM.  2001.  The REM sleep-memory consolidation hypothesis.. Science. 294(5544):1058-63.
A R, Siegel JM.  2000.  Sleep and Dreaming. Principles of Neuroscience. :936-947.
John J, Wu MF, Siegel JM.  2000.  Systemic administration of hypocretin-1 reduces cataplexy and normalizes sleep and waking durations in narcoleptic dogs.. Sleep Res Online. 3(1):23-8.
Siegel JM.  1999.  Narcolepsy: a key role for hypocretins (orexins). Cell. 98(4):409-12.
Lai YY, Shalita T, Hajnik T, Wu JP, Kuo JS, Chia LG, Siegel JM.  1999.  Neurotoxic N-methyl-D-aspartate lesion of the ventral midbrain and mesopontine junction alters sleep-wake organization.. Neuroscience. 90(2):469-83.
Siegel JM, Manger PR, Nienhuis R, Fahringer HM, Shalita T, Pettigrew JD.  1999.  Sleep in the platypus.. Neuroscience. 91(1):391-400.
Nitz D, Siegel J.  1997.  GABA release in the dorsal raphe nucleus: role in the control of REM sleep.. Am J Physiol. 273(1 Pt 2):R451-5.
Nitz D, Siegel JM.  1997.  GABA release in the locus coeruleus as a function of sleep/wake state.. Neuroscience. 78(3):795-801.
Siegel JM, Manger PR, Nienhuis R, Fahringer HM, Pettigrew JD.  1996.  The echidna Tachyglossus aculeatus combines REM and non-REM aspects in a single sleep state: implications for the evolution of sleep.. J Neurosci. 16(10):3500-6.
Siegel JM, Tomaszewski KS, Fahringer H, Cave G, Kilduff T, Dement WC.  1989.  Heart rate and blood pressure changes during sleep-waking cycles and cataplexy in narcoleptic dogs.. Am J Physiol. 256(1 Pt 2):H111-9.
Siegel JM, Tomaszewski KS, Nienhuis R.  1986.  Behavioral states in the chronic medullary and midpontine cat.. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 63(3):274-88.