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Anatomical and physiological foundations of cerebellar information processing
A coordinated movement is easy to recognize, but we know little about how it is achieved. In search of the neural basis of coordination, we present a model of spinocerebellar interactions in whichExpand
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Implant Size and Fixation Mode Strongly Influence Tissue Reactions in the CNS
The function of chronic brain machine interfaces depends on stable electrical contact between neurons and electrodes. A key step in the development of interfaces is therefore to identify implantExpand
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Cutaneous receptive fields and topography of mossy fibres and climbing fibres projecting to cat cerebellar C3 zone
1 The topographical organization of mossy fibre input to the forelimb area of the paravermal C3 zone in cerebellar lobules IV and V was investigated in barbiturate‐anaesthetized cats and comparedExpand
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Topographical organization of the cerebellar cortical projection to nucleus interpositus anterior in the cat.
1. A new methodological approach for detailed study of the organization of the cerebellar corticonuclear projection was evaluated in barbiturate‐anaesthetized cats. Extracellular field potentialsExpand
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Statistical modelling of spike libraries for simulation of extracellular recordings in the cerebellum
We present a statistical method to expand the spike libraries that are used in a previously presented simulation tool for the purpose described above. Expand
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A unifying model for timing of walking onset in humans and other mammals
The onset of walking is a fundamental milestone in motor development of humans and other mammals, yet little is known about what factors determine its timing. Hoofed animals start walking withinExpand
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Common principles of sensory encoding in spinal reflex modules and cerebellar climbing fibres
An important step towards understanding the function of olivo‐cerebellar climbing fibres must be to clarify what they signal. We suggest that climbing fibres projecting to paravermal cerebellumExpand
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Micro-organisation of cerebellar modules controlling forelimb movements.
  • M. Garwicz
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Progress in brain research
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Impact of Carnivory on Human Development and Evolution Revealed by a New Unifying Model of Weaning in Mammals
Our large brain, long life span and high fertility are key elements of human evolutionary success and are often thought to have evolved in interplay with tool use, carnivory and hunting. However, theExpand
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Distribution of Cutaneous Nociceptive and Tactile Climbing Fibre Input to Sagittal Zones in Cat Cerebellar Anterior Lobe
Climbing fibres projecting to the cerebellar C3 zone (and the related C1 and Y zones) receive spatially well organized tactile and nociceptive inputs from the skin. In the present study, cutaneousExpand
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