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Role of the caudal fastigial nucleus in saccade generation. II. Effects of muscimol inactivation.
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It is proposed that the influence of caudal fastigial neurons on the burst generator makes saccades more consistent and accurate, by influencing the feedback loop of the saccade burst generator in the brain stem. Expand
Characteristics of saccadic gain adaptation in rhesus macaques.
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The data indicate that saccadic gain adaptation is relatively specific to the adapted step and does not produce parametric changes of all saccades, and therefore offers a reversible means to study their neuronal substrate. Expand
Visual stabilization of posture. Physiological stimulus characteristics and clinical aspects.
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The purpose of the present investigation was to obtain quantitative data in man by means of posturography of fore-aft and lateral body sway in relation to different visual stimulus characteristics, which demonstrates clinical relevance in patients with oculomotor disturbances. Expand
Role of the caudal fastigial nucleus in saccade generation. I. Neuronal discharge pattern.
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The discharge patterns of cerebellar output cells in the fastigial nucleus were recorded while monkeys tracked a small, jumping spot of light to examine the neural substrate of this control of rapid eye movements, i.e., saccades. Expand
Spinal DC stimulation in humans modulates post-activation depression of the H-reflex depending on current polarity
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Anodal and cathodal tsDCS is a non-invasive and painless method that is able to induce lasting changes in the efficacy of the Ia fibre-motoneurone synapse and might be a valuable new tool in modulating spinal motor pathways. Expand
Impaired self-perception of the hand in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
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A large proportion of CRPS patients have disturbances of the self‐perception of the hand, indicating an alteration of higher central nervous system processing, and physical therapy of such patients should take this observation into consideration. Expand
Vascular endothelial growth factor A contributes to glioma-induced migration of human marrow stromal cells (hMSC)
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The aim of this study was to characterize the migratory and invasive behavior of adult human marrow stromal cells (hMSC) that interact with glioma cells, especially focusing on vascular endothelial growth factor A (VEGF-A)-mediated effects. Expand
Spatial and temporal aspects of eye-hand coordination across different tasks
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A correlation of latencies indicates that both motor systems rely on common information to initiate movement, and temporal coupling was stronger for intentional tasks than for reflexive tasks. Expand
Motor Cortex Excitability in Patients with Migraine with Aura and Hemiplegic Migraine
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The concept of general cortical hyperexcitability in migraine secondary to a genetic predisposition or a structural alteration of inhibitory interneurones in the cortex due to repeated parenchymal insults during attacks is not supported. Expand
Malignant gliomas actively recruit bone marrow stromal cells by secreting angiogenic cytokines
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It is shown that gliomas have the capacity to actively attract MSC by secreting a multitude of angiogenic cytokines, which supports the hypothesis thatgliomas use theirAngiogenic pathways to recruit mesenchymal progenitor cells. Expand
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