H E Hennemann

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The cervical vagus nerve (VN) was electrically stimulated in Nembutal-anaesthetized cats. The responses recorded from the cerebellar surface were found in lob. V and VI in a bilateral sagittal strip perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the folia. At a longer latency, potentials were also found in the paramedian lobule. Field potential analysis(More)
Extracellular recordings were obtained from single Purkinje cells (PC) in the intermediate part of the lobule V and VI of the cerebellar cortex in cats anaesthetized with Nembutal. A number of PC responded with a "complex spike" (CS) to stimulation of both the superficial radial nerve (SRN) and the vagus nerve (VN). By suppressing the transmission of mossy(More)
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