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The action of central depressant drugs (CDD) was investigated on the electrical activity of the cerebellum (CB) and/or red nucleus (RN). They can be divided into different groups according to their effect on the cerebello-rubral system: 1. Classical hypnotics (barbiturates, paraldehyde, chloral hydrate, piperidinedione derivatives, methaqualone, ethinamate,… (More)
The action of three typical anesthetic agents, pentobarbital, halothane and trichlorethylene on the activity of single neurons of the pars magnocellularis of the red nucleus was investigated in the rabbit and compared with the electrical activity of the cerebellum induced by these drugs: 1. Pentobarbital induces a regular slow wave activity with a frequency… (More)
Harmaline induces synchronous rhythms in both the cerebellum and the red nucleus of the rabbit. The level of synchronization is lower in the red nucleus than in the cerebellar cortex, probably because the cerebello-rubral pathway and the red nucleus neurons only participate poorly in the harmaline-induced olivo-cerebellar rhythm.
Intravenously injected tetanus toxin induced general tetanus within 12 to 37 h. The EEG of precentral, parietal, and occipital areas and of the cerebellum revealed a highly rhythmic activity. In local tetanus of the limbs or in brainstem tetanus this rhythm could not be registered.