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Fluorescent labeling of both GABAergic and glycinergic neurons in vesicular GABA transporter (VGAT)–Venus transgenic mouse
Double immunostaining analysis in line #39 mouse showed that Venus-expressing cells are primarily immunoreactive for GABA in cerebral cortex, hippocampus and cerebellar cortex and for GABA or glycine in dorsal cochlear nucleus. Expand
Binocular Counterrolling during Sustained Body Tilt in Normal Humans and in a Patient with Unilateral Vestibular Nerve Section
- S. G. Diamond, C. Markham, N. Furuya
- The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology
- 1 March 1982
There were no significant differences in measurements of ocular counterrolling during static tilt between the normal subjects and the patient with the vestibular nerve section, in contrast to measures obtained during slow velocity dynamic testing. Expand
Neurotransmitters of vestibular commissural inhibition in the cat.
It was concluded that commissural inhibition was activated by the GABAA receptor, but not by the GABAB receptor, that the inhibitory type I neurons located in the contralateral vestibular nucleus were GABAergic, and that inhibitorytype II neurons were also GABAergic neurons. Expand
Functional organization of vestibulofastigial projection in the horizontal semicircular canal system in the cat
Spike potentials of fastigial nucleus neurons were recorded extracellularly in decerebrate, unanesthetized cats, indicating the existence of polysynaptic activation ofFastigial neurons from the ipsilateral vestibular nerve through the Vestibular nuclei. Expand
Neurotransmitters regulating vestibular commissural inhibition in the cat.
It is concluded that vestibular type 1 neurons are controlled by GABAergic and glycinergic neurons, and that the commissural inhibition is activated by the GABAA receptor, but not by the GABAB receptor. Expand
Analysis of optokinetic nystagmus in patients with localized lesions of unilateral visual cortices.
Optokinetic nystagmus (OKN) asymmetry in patients with localized lesions of the unilateral visual cortices is primarily caused by the impaired slow-phase velocity of the contralateral OKN because of a slight change in number of OKN. Expand
Computer analysis of optokinetic pattern test for patients with localized lesions of unilateral frontal eye fields.
The asymmetry of OKP in patients with localized lesions of the unilateral frontal eye fields is primarily caused by impaired S-VEL and F-VEL of the contralateral OKN compared with the side of the frontal eye field lesion. Expand
Direct projection of pause neurons to nystagmus-related excitatory burst neurons in the cat pontine reticular formation
An additional connection is shown in the premotor neural network responsible for the generation of the quick phase of horizontal vestibular nystagmus, supported by the conclusion that PNs project to, and tonically inhibit EBNs during the slow phase. Expand
Direct inhibitory synaptic linkage of pause neurons with burst inhibitory neurons
The present experiment is designed to show that identified onmipauser neurons project to BINs and to demonstrate a direct inhibitory link from the former to the latter, using spike triggered averaging techniques. Expand
Neurotransmitters in the Vestibular Commissural System of the Cat
- N. Furuya, T. Yabe, T. Koizumi
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
- 1 May 1992
It is concluded that vestibular type 1 neurons are controlled by GABAergic and glycinergic but not serotoninergic neurons, and commissural inhibition is activated by the GABAA receptor, but not by the GABAB receptor. Expand