Ewa Korzeniewska

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According to previous studies, the avian n. dorsolateralis posterior thalami (DLP) receives visual and somatosensory afferents. While some authors (e.g., Gamlin and Cohen: J. Comp. Neurol. 250:296-310, '86) proposed a distinction between a visual caudal (DLPc) and a somatosensory rostral (DLPr) part, other authors (e.g., Wild: Brain Res. 412:205-223, '87)(More)
Neuronal activity was extracellularly recorded from the nucleus dorsolateralis posterior thalami (DLP) of anesthetized pigeons. The sensitivity of individual cells to stimuli of different sensory modalities: somatosensory, visual and auditory was investigated. A substantial population of the DLP neurons responded to mechanical stimulation of large, often(More)
Fluoroquinolones (FQs) are fully synthetic broad-spectrum antibacterial agents that are becoming increasingly popular in the treatment of clinical and veterinary infections. Being excreted during treatment, mostly as active compounds, their biological action is not limited to the therapeutic site, but it is moved further as resistance selection pressure(More)
The number of Enterobacteriaceae, with particular attention given to the presence of Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae, was determined in hospital effluents and municipal wastewater after various stages of purification. The emission of these microorganisms to the ambient air near wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) facilities and to the river water,(More)
Extracellular recordings of neuronal activity were performed in 3 conscious cats in the rostral mesencephalic reticular formation (MRF) and in the nucleus posterior (PO) of the thalamus. The animals were trained by operant conditioning to operate a panel switch with a forepaw to escape a noxious cutaneous heat stimulus. We recorded 12 neurons in the MRF,(More)
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