Dmitry Aksenov

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The cerebellar interposed nuclei (IN) are an essential part of circuits that control classically conditioned eyeblinks in the rabbit. The function of the IN is under the control of GABAergic projections from Purkinje cells of the cerebellar cortex. The exact involvement of cerebellar cortical input into the IN during eyeblink expression is not clear. While(More)
The cerebellar interposed nuclei (IN) are critical components of a neural network that controls the expression of classically conditioned eyeblinks. The IN receive 2 major inputs: the massive, gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA)-mediated input from the Purkinje cells of the cerebellar cortex and the relatively weaker, glutamate-mediated input from collaterals of(More)
a Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, 21020 Ispra (VA), Italy – b World Resources Institute, Washington, USA c Greenpeace Russia, Moscow, Russia d Biodiversity Conservation Center & Socio Ecological Union, Moscow, Russia e Central Siberia Botanical Garden, Novosibirsk, Russia f World Wildlife Fund, Vladivostok, Russia g(More)
Halving carbon emissions from tropical deforestation by 2020 could help bring the international community closer to the agreed goal of <2 degree increase in global average temperature change and is consistent with a target set last year by the governments, corporations, indigenous peoples' organizations and non-governmental organizations that signed the New(More)
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