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Climbing fibre induced depression of both mossy fibre responsiveness and glutamate sensitivity of cerebellar Purkinje cells
1. In high decerebrate rabbits, cells were sampled extracellularly from the rostral flocculus. Purkinje cells were identified by their characteristic responses to stimulation of the contralateralExpand
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Cerebellar control of the vestibulo-ocular reflex--around the flocculus hypothesis.
  • M. Ito
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annual review of neuroscience
  • 1982
The vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) is an elementary reflex, which attracted the attention of a number of classical neurophysiologists who studied, in particular, the reflexive compensatory eyeExpand
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Neural design of the cerebellar motor control system.
  • M. Ito
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Brain research
  • 12 May 1972
The applicability of basic concepts of modern control theory for interpreting the neuronal circuitry of cerebellar motor control has already been pointed out~L It seems legitimate to assume that theExpand
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Spatial integration and cortical dynamics.
Cells in adult primary visual cortex are capable of integrating information over much larger portions of the visual field than was originally thought. Moreover, their receptive field properties canExpand
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Neurophysiological aspects of the cerebellar motor control system.
  • M. Ito
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • International journal of neurology
  • 1970
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Activity in the parietal area during visuomotor learning with optical rotation
REGIONAL cerebral blood flow (rCBF) was measured in six subjects to study changes of activity in the parietal cortex during learning of a visually guided pointing task with a discrepancy ofExpand
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Electrical behaviour of the motoneurone membrane during intracellularly applied current steps.
  • M. Ito, T. Oshima
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of physiology
  • 1 October 1965
The electrical properties of the motoneurone membrane have so far been investigated by many workers by the use of intracellular application of current steps (Coombs, Eccles & Fatt, 1955a; Araki &Expand
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The electrical activity of spinal ganglion cells investigated with intracellular microelectrodes.
  • M. Ito
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Japanese journal of physiology
  • 20 December 1957
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Specific patterns of neuronal connexions involved in the control of the rabbit's vestibulo‐ocular reflexes by the cerebellar flocculus.
1. In anaesthetized albino rabbits, the occurrence of Purkinje cell inhibition on canal‐ocular reflexes was surveyed with a reflex testing method. 2. Test reflexes were elicited by electricalExpand
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