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To obtain a better understanding of how hippocampal neurons selectively target proteins to axons, we assessed whether any of the large cytoplasmic regions of neuronal sodium channel Na(v)1.2 contain sufficient information for axonal compartmentalization. We show that addition of the cytoplasmic C-terminal region of Na(v)1.2 restricted the distribution of a(More)
Changes in cortico-spinal excitability related to time and event preparation were investigated by transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) of the motor cortex during the foreperiod of a movement-precuing task. Subjects performed a four alternative choice reaction time (RT) task involving a button-press with the index or middle finger (FI) of the left or(More)
The authors propose to study information transmission by comparing the effects of experimental factors on reaction time (RT) with the latency of the changes in activity of single-neurons. An experiment was conducted in which a monkey (Macaca mulatta) performed a tactilo-manual 2-choice RT task and the compatibility of the stimulus-response mapping was(More)
Program's partners UMR 6249 Chrono-Environnement, Besançon (MSHE C. N. Ledoux) UMR 5594 ARTeHIS, Dijon (MSH Patrimoine, Espace, Mutation) UMR 6042 GEOLAB, Clermont Ferrand et EA 1001, CHEC (MSH) UMR 6130 CEPAM, Nice/Sophia-Antipolis (MSH Nice) UMR 6173 CITERES, Tours (MSH Ville et territoires) UMR 6573 Centre Camille Jullian, Aix-en-Provence (MMSH) UMR 7041(More)
Single neuron activities from cortical areas of a monkey were recorded while performing a sensory-motor task (a choice reaction time task). Quantitative trial-by-trial analysis revealed that the timing of peak activity exhibited large variation from trial to trial, compared to the variation in the behavioral reaction time of the task. Therefore, we(More)
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