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Local intra‐ and interlaminar connections in mouse barrel cortex
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Focal injections of horseradish peroxidase in dimethylsulfoxide were targeted into mouse somatosensory cortex, in vitro, with a template to determine quantitative connectivity patterns within and between barrel‐defined cortical columns.
Organization of corticocortical connections in human visual cortex.
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The results show that the connections in human visual cortex are similar to those of nonhuman primates and that their organization is consistent with the concept of multiple processing streams in the visual system.
Results of anterior temporal lobectomy that spares the amygdala in patients with complex partial seizures.
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A survey of the combined results strongly suggests that the anterior hippocampus and/or associated entorhinal cortex may be all that need be removed to control complex partial seizures caused by a temporal mesiobasal focus.
Local axonal trajectories in mouse barrel cortex
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The findings indicate that integration of information between whisker rows within barrel cortex involves asymmetrical connections within layer IV and infragranular layers.
Fentanyl-induced electrocorticographic seizures in patients with complex partial epilepsy.
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It is indicated that, in patients with complex partial seizures, moderate doses of fentanyl can evoke electrical seizure activity.
Axonal trajectories between mouse somatosensory thalamus and cortex
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An in vitro brain slice preparation has been used to label fibers connecting the somatosensory thalamus and cortex of the mouse with horseradish peroxidase crystals, HRP, nonidet P‐40 detergent chips, or a solution of HRP/dimethylsulfoxide.
Cortical local circuit axons do not mature after early deafferentation.
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Horseradish peroxidase-labeled fibers in mouse somatosensory barrel cortex, which is patterned like the whiskers on the contralateral face from which it receives inputs, were evaluated by automated image analysis and demonstrated anatomically that the normal pattern of intracortical connections, like the normal sensory map, is dependent upon the sensory periphery four synapses away.
Primitive nervous systems: action of aminergic drugs and blocking agents on activity in the ventral nerve cord of the flatworm Notoplana acticola.
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PTZ (Pentylenetetrazole) was shown to mimic the effects that these blocking agents had on evoked activity when they were tested alone and the possibility that the effector site of interaction may be the chloride ionophore is explored.
Temporal lobectomy that spares the amygdala for temporal lobe epilepsy.
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