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Vertical eye movement-related responses of neurons in midbrain near intestinal nucleus of Cajal.
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Emotional Modulation of Pain: Is It the Sensation or What We Recall?
Emotions modulate pain perception, although the mechanisms underlying this phenomenon remain unclear. In this study, we show that intensity reports significantly increased when painful stimuli wereExpand
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Thalamocortical dysrhythmia II.: Clinical and surgical aspects
Abstract The companion paper ( Llinas et al., 2001 ) presents evidence, at both cellular and network levels, for the role of resonant oscillatory thalamocortical properties in normal and pathologicalExpand
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Neurochemical organization of the human basal ganglia: Anatomofunctional territories defined by the distributions of calcium‐binding proteins and SMI‐32
The distribution of the calcium‐binding proteins calbindin‐D28K (CB), parvalbumin (PV) and calretinin (CR), and of the nonphosphorylated neurofilament protein (with SMI‐32) was investigated in theExpand
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Thalamocortical dysrhythmia I.: Functional and imaging aspects
Thalamic and cortical neurons are richly and reciprocally interconnected and support recurrent functional loops in the intact brain, but the role of this circuitry is still poorly understood. Here,Expand
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Retinohypothalamic pathway: A breach in the law of Newton-Müller-Gudden?
Theories of binocular vision originally imagined by Newton provided the foundation for subsequent investigations of the visual system by early anatomists and physiologists. These studies led to theExpand
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Macaque accessory optic system: II. Connections with the pretectum
Connections of the accessory optic system (AOS) with the pretectum are described in the macaque monkey. Injections of tritiated amino acids in the pretectum demonstrate a major contralateralExpand
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Neuroanatomical pathways linking vision and olfaction in mammals
Retinal projections to several telencephalic structures have been demonstrated in a wide range of mammalian species following intraocular injections of tritiated amino acids and cholera toxinExpand
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Discharge properties of neurons in the monkey thalamus tested with angular acceleration, eye movement and visual stimuli
SummaryMonkeys were trained to make visually evoked eye movements while undergoing simultaneous head rotation. Single units were recorded in the pregeniculate nucleus (PGN). PGN neurons dischargedExpand
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Vestibular habituation to angular velocity steps in the cat
Vestibular habituation was investigated in 6 adult cats submitted to repetitive alternating velocity steps (160°/sec). The progressive change of the nystagmic response was examined by constructingExpand
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