I. V. Ocherashvili

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Experiments were carried out on cats under pentobarbital anaesthesia. A single electrical stimulus applied to the VPL nucleus evoked in g. sigmoideus posterior a primary response, followed by delayed negative wave and slow negativity. Generation of these potentials was accompanied by three spike-like deflections in the subcortical white matter. The delayed(More)
Experiments were carried out on cats under pentobarbital anaesthesia. Two stimulating electrodes (S1 and S2), a recording macroelectrode and K+-selective microelectrode were placed on g. suprasylvius. A strong stimulus applied through S1 elicited slow negativity (SN) and increase in [K+]o. At that time the dendritic potential (DP) evoked by stimulation(More)
1. Recordings of dendritic potentials and sustained potential shifts (SPS) were made from the brain of immobilised frogs during surface tectal electrical stimulation. 2. Single pulses evoked dendritic responses; trains caused decay of dendritic responses on the background of the evoked SPS. 3. The tectal surface SPS declined with distance from the(More)
Sustained potential shifts (SPS) were recorded for 10 s from the surface of the optic tectum of toads presented with live prey and moving artificial prey stimuli. On the anterior tectal surface, a negative SPS was followed by a positive wave; the converse was true for the posterior tectum. Some animals were immobilized, and they exhibited a monophasic(More)
A single electrical stimulus applied to the VPL nucleus with intensity, strong enough to elicit in gyrus sigmoideus posterior slow negativity following the primary response, caused a local increase in [K+]0 reaching 0.2 mM. On the basis of this finding it is supposed that the slow negativity reflects mainly depolarization.
The experiments were carried out on cats under nembutal anesthesia. Stimulation of the ventroposterolateral nucleus of the thalamus or the white matter by a single stimulus elicited a primary response in the middle layers of the somatosensory cortex, and after it, a late negative wave, the duration of which reaches 40–70 msec. This potential does not have(More)
The slow negativity (SN) evoked with rhythmic transcallosal stimulation in anesthetized cats is generated in the upper layers of the cortex. The amplitude and duration of SN increased after the application of tetraethylammonium solution to the surface of the cortex. The SN seems to reflect mainly the glial depolarization.
In experiments conducted on cats anesthetized with Nembutal, it was shown that a primary response, a delayed negative response, and afterwards, a slow negative potential ariseing. sigmoideus posterior following the application of a single stimulus to the ventroposterolateral nucleus of the thalamus. The generation of these potentials is accompanied by the(More)
Changes in the extracellular potassium ion concentration ([K+]0) of the suprasylvian gyrus of the cat cortex were recorded by potassium-selective microelectrodes; the electric field potential was recorded at the same time. Under deep anesthesia one electrical stimulus, of sufficient intensity to induce a slow negative potential when applied to the cortical(More)