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Climbing fiber microzones in cerebellar vermis and their projection to different groups of cells in the lateral vestibular nucleus
Summary1.The projections from one of the paths (b-VF-SOCP) in the ventral spino-olivocerebellar system to the cortical b-zone located in the lateral part of the anterior lobe vermis and to theExpand
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Complex spikes in Purkinje cells in the lateral vermis (b zone) of the cat cerebellum during locomotion.
1. Complex spikes (c.s.s) due to climbing fibre input were recorded from forty‐one Purkinje cells in the lateral part of the vermis (i.e. the b zone) of lobule V of the cerebellum in cats walking onExpand
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Evidence for a GABA-mediated cerebellar inhibition of the inferior olive in the cat
Summary1. Climbing fibres were activated by peripheral nerve stimulation at ‘high’ frequencies (>3 Hz) for 15–25 s and then at 0.9 Hz for about 1 min. The high frequency activation induced aExpand
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Spatial facilitation of motor evoked responses in monitoring during spinal surgery
During spinal cord monitoring, motor responses in the tibialis anterior muscles were recorded on transcranial electrical stimulation of the motor cortex. In order to facilitate the responses, theExpand
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Spread of synaptic activity along parallel fibres in cat cerebellar anterior lobe
Summary1. Mossy fibre evoked activity in the cerebellar cortex elicited by peripheral electrical stimulation was studied in chloralose anesthetized cats. The distribution of intracortical fieldExpand
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Demonstration of a cuneate relay in a cortico-olivo-cerebellar pathway in the cat
  • G. Andersson
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Neuroscience Letters
  • 20 April 1984
Stimulation of the forelimb area of the pericruciate cortex evokes climbing fibre responses in the contralateral anterior lobe of the cerebellum. Application of a local anaesthetic (lidocaine) to theExpand
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Spinal, trigeminal, and cortical climbing fibre paths to the lateral vermis of the cerebellar anterior lobe in the cat
SummaryThe spinal, trigeminal and cortical climbing fibre projection to the lateral vermis of the cerebellar anterior lobe in the cat has been investigated. The b zone, which occupies a one mm wideExpand
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Origin and sagittal termination areas of cerebro‐cerebellar climbing fibre paths in the cat.
Climbing fibre responses were recorded in the cerebellar anterior lobe on stimulation of the cerebral cortex. A zonal pattern was demonstrated in the cortical projection, which was related to theExpand
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Neck Vibration Causes Short-latency Electromyographic Activation of Lower Leg Muscles in Postural Reactions of the Standing Human
To study how quickly cervical proprioceptive information induced muscular responses in the lower leg to control posture in the standing human we investigated lower leg muscle electromyography andExpand
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Cervical muscle afferents play a dominant role over vestibular afferents during bilateral vibration of neck muscles.
A previous study showed that vibratory stimulation of neck muscles in humans induced short-latency electromyographic (EMG) activation of lower leg muscles, producing postural reactions at the feet.Expand
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