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abstract We have developed a video-rate stereo machine that has the capability of generating a dense depth map at the video rate. The performance bench marks of the CMU video rate stereo machine are: 1) multi image input of up to 6 cameras; 2) throughput of 30 million point × disparity measurement per second; 3) frame rate of 30 frame/sec; 4) a dense depth(More)
Transganglionic transport of horseradish peroxidase (HRP) was used to study the patterns of termination of somatic afferent fibers innervating oral and facial structures within the principal nucleus (Vp), nucleus oralis (Vo), and nucleus interpolaris (Vi). The primary trigeminal afferent fibers that innervate the oral cavity supplied by the pterygopalatine,(More)
In a previous study, we reported that the distribution of inhibitory input, in contrast to excitatory input, decreased somatofugally along dendrites of cat jaw-closing alpha-motoneurons [J Comp Neurol 414 (1999) 454]. The present study examined the distribution of GABA, glycine, and glutamate immunopositive boutons covering horseradish peroxidase-labeled(More)
The antisaccade task has been widely used to investigate the neural mechanisms underlying volitional movement control. In this task, subjects suppress reflexive saccades to the sudden appearance of peripheral visual stimuli (prosaccades) and generate a saccade in the opposite direction. Recent imaging studies suggest that the globus pallidus (GP) is(More)
125I-labeled botulinum type B neurotoxin was shown to bind specifically to recombinant rat synaptotagmins I and II. Binding required reconstitution of the recombinant proteins with gangliosides GT1b/GD1a. Scatchard plot analyses revealed a single class of binding site with dissociation constants of 0.23 and 2.3 nM for synaptotagmin II and synaptotagmin I,(More)
Previous studies suggest that sensory information from primary afferent fibers is processed in a distinct manner in the individual subnuclei of trigeminal sensory nuclear complex. The present study has addressed this issue by using intra-axonal labeling with horseradish peroxidase to examine the ultrastructure and synaptic organization of axon terminals(More)
—This paper describes a new vision chip architecture for high-speed target tracking. The processing speed and the number of pixels are improved by hardware implementation of a special algorithm which utilizes a property of high-speed vision and introduction of bit-serial and cumulative summation circuits. As a result, 18 objects in a 128 128 image can be(More)
PURPOSE To ascribe activating transcription factor (ATF)-3 as a specifically induced transcription factor after ON injury and to describe its putative role as a modulator of c-Jun transactivation. METHODS The adult rat optic nerve was crushed intraorbitally, and expression profiles of ATF-3, ATF-2, and phosphorylated c-Jun (p-c-Jun) were examined by(More)
The morphology of single neurons in the trigeminal mesencephalic nucleus (Vmes) that innervate periodontal ligament was studied in cats by the method of intraaxonal injection of horseradish peroxidase (HRP). Two kinds of Vmes neurons were distinguished on the basis of differences in axon profile and its central projection. The first type of Vmes neurons was(More)
Transganglionic transport of HRP was used to study the patterns of termination of somatic afferent fibers innervating oral and facial structures within the trigeminal nucleus caudalis and upper cervical dorsal horn of the cat. In separate animals, the superior alveolar, pterygopalatine, buccal, inferior alveolar, lingual, frontal, corneal, zygomatic,(More)