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Properties of Somatosensory Synaptic Integration in Cerebellar Granule Cells In Vivo
In decerebrated, nonanesthetized cats, we made intracellular whole-cell recordings and extracellular cell-attached recordings from granule cells in the cerebellar C3 zone. Spontaneous EPSPs hadExpand
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The cerebellar microcircuit as an adaptive filter: experimental and computational evidence
Initial investigations of the cerebellar microcircuit inspired the Marr–Albus theoretical framework of cerebellar function. We review recent developments in the experimental understanding ofExpand
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Receptive Field Plasticity Profoundly Alters the Cutaneous Parallel Fiber Synaptic Input to Cerebellar Interneurons In Vivo
The cutaneous parallel fiber (PF) receptive fields of cerebellar stellate and basket cells in the cerebellar C3 zone in vivo are normally very small but can be dramatically enlarged by climbing fiberExpand
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In Vivo Analysis of Inhibitory Synaptic Inputs and Rebounds in Deep Cerebellar Nuclear Neurons
Neuronal function depends on the properties of the synaptic inputs the neuron receive and on its intrinsic responsive properties. However, the conditions for synaptic integration and activation ofExpand
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Reciprocal Bidirectional Plasticity of Parallel Fiber Receptive Fields in Cerebellar Purkinje Cells and Their Afferent Interneurons
The highly specific relationships between parallel fiber (PF) and climbing fiber (CF) receptive fields in Purkinje cells and interneurons suggest that normal PF receptive fields are established byExpand
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Long-term depression of parallel fibre synapses following stimulation of climbing fibres
The results from several investigations suggest that climbing fibres heterosynaptically depress parallel fibre responses in Purkinje cells. In the present investigation the mechanism behind theExpand
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Topography and nociceptive receptive fields of climbing fibres projecting to the cerebellar anterior lobe in the cat.
1. The cutaneous receptive fields of 225 climbing fibres projecting to the forelimb area of the C3 zone in the cerebellar anterior lobe were mapped in the pentobarbitone‐anaesthetized cat. ResponsesExpand
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Parallel fiber receptive fields: a key to understanding cerebellar operation and learning
In several theories of the function of the cerebellum in motor control, the mossy-fiber-parallel fiber input has been suggested to provide information used in the control of ongoing movements whereasExpand
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Cutaneous receptive fields and topography of mossy fibres and climbing fibres projecting to cat cerebellar C3 zone
1 The topographical organization of mossy fibre input to the forelimb area of the paravermal C3 zone in cerebellar lobules IV and V was investigated in barbiturate‐anaesthetized cats and comparedExpand
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Climbing fibres projecting to cat cerebellar anterior lobe activated by cutaneous A and C fibres.
1. Climbing fibre responses evoked on stimulation of the ipsilateral superficial radial nerve were examined in the forelimb area of the C3 zone in the barbiturate‐anaesthetized cat. Climbing fibreExpand
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