L. M. Bobkova

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Studies in Wistar rats in conditions of free behavior showed that low-frequency stimulation of the paleocerebellar cortex (nodulus, uvula) (10–12 Hz, 0.5 msec) was accompanied by activation of spike discharges induced by systematic application of benzylpenicillin sodium (3,000,000 IU/kg). Facilitation of the formation of ictal discharges was also seen.(More)
It was shown that low-frequency electrical stimulation (ES) (10-12 Hz, 0.5 ms) of paleocerebellar cortex (nodulus, uvula) is followed by activation of spike discharges which were induced via i.p. administration of sodium benzilpenicillin salt to alert Wistar rats (300,000 IU/kg). The facilitation of ictal discharges generation was also seen in the course of(More)
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