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Gronert GA, White DA, Shafer SL, Matteo RS: Exercise produces sensitivity to metocurine. Anesthesiology 1989; 70:973-977

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Jaffe RS, Martucci RW, Gronert GA, Elliott TE, Cardinet GH III: Malignant hyperthermia: normal muscle calcium uptake and abnormal caffeine and halothane contractures. Anesthesiology 1991; 75:525-526

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Larach MG, Localio AR, Allen GC, Denborough MA, Ellis FR, Gronert GA, Kaplan RF, Muldoon SM, Nelson TE, Ording H, Rosenberg H, Waud BE, Wedel DJ: A clinical grading scale to predict malignant hyperthermia. Anesthesiology 1994; 80:771-779

Larach MG: Standardization of the caffeine halothane muscle contracture test. Anes Anal 1989; 69:511-515

Larach MG, Rosenberg H, Gronert GA, Allen GC: Hyperkalemic cardiac arrest during anesthesia in infants and children with occult myopathies. Clinical Pediatrics 1997; 36:9-16 and American Journal of Anesthesiology 1997; 24:241-247 (Permission for double publication)

Lee G, Antognini JF, Gronert GA: Complete recovery after prolonged resuscitation and cardiopulmonary bypass for hyperkalemic cardiac arrest. Anesth Analg 1994; 79:172-174

Lennon RL, Olson RA, Gronert GA: Vecuronium or atracurium for rapid sequence endotracheal intubation. Anesthesiology 1986; 64:510 513

Lennon RL, Sundt TM Jr, Gronert GA: Combined cesarean section and clipping of intracerebral aneurysm. Anesthesiology 1984; 60:240-242

Letter regarding calcium uptake values to patients; names and dates in file

Letter regarding the preparation of the upregulation article by Martyn et al: 3 January 1990 and 25 June 1990 to Dr. Biebuyck; letter to Jeeva Martyn (not dated); response from Jeeva 18 June 1990, and from Dr. Biebuyck 1 August 1990 and 18 September 1990

Letter regarding Beagle chronic ICU study, Gronert, Todd (Editor-in-Chief, Anesthesiology), Peter Moore (department chair), Dean's Office at University of California, Davis, private files

Lin C-M, Neeru S, Doufas AG, Liem E, Shah YM, Wadhwa A, Lenhardt R, Bjorksten A, Taguchi A, Kabon B, Sessler DI, Kurz A: Dantrolene reduces the threshold and gain for shivering. Anesth Analg 2004; 98:1318-1324

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McKay RD, Sundt TM Jr, Michenfelder JD, Gronert GA, Messick JM, Sharbrough FW, Piepgras DG: Internal carotid artery stump pressure and cerebral blood flow during carotid endarterectomy: Modification by halothane, enflurane, and Innovar. Anesthesiology 1976; 45:390-399

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Messick JM, Maass L, Faust RJ, Cucchiara RF: Duration of pancuronium neuromuscular blockade in patients taking anticonvulsant medication. Anesth Anal 1982; 61:203-204

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Michenfelder JD, Milde JH, Sundt TM Jr: Cerebral protection by barbiturate anesthesia. Arch Neurol 1976; 33:345-350

Moorthy SS, Hilgenberg JC: Resistance to non-depolarizing muscle relaxants in paretic upper extremities of patients with residual hemiplegia. Anesth Anal 1980; 59:624-627

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