Nataliya Nikitina

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Development of axonal connections between cat primary visual area 17 and visual motion processing center was studied to investigate cortico-cortical connection plasticity in ontogenesis as affected by an experimental modification of visual environment (flickering light stimulation). By using a retrograde axonal labeling by horseradish peroxidase, a(More)
It is noted that over the last few years the implementation of several mineral exploration, development and mining projects has been suspended and even completely stopped due to resistance from local communities. The key concerns of local residents typically include perceived or real impact of mining enterprises on the environment, unfair distribution of(More)
To examine the effect of an artificial rhythmic light stimulation on the development of structural and functional organization of Y neurons of cat visual system in the ontogenesis, the distribution of the neurons immunopositive to SMI-32 antibodies was studied in lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN) and posteromedial suprasylvian area (PMLS). Laminar(More)
The influences of artificial binocular rhythmic light stimulation on the development of the structural-functional organization of Y neurons in the cat visual system during ontogeny were studied by assessing the distribution of neurons immunopositive for SMI-32 antibodies in the lateral geniculate body (LGB) and posteromedial zone of the lateral suprasylvian(More)
The plasticity of visual corticocortical connections during ontogeny in an experimentally altered visual environment (stimulation with flashing lights) was studied by investigating the development of axonal connections between the primary visual cortex (field 17) and the visual movement analysis center in cats. A method based on retrograde axon transport(More)
The aim of the present work was to develop an algorithm for analyzing two-dimensional patterns of labeled neurons and their structure. Studies of corticocortical connections between fields 17 and 18 and the posteromedial area of the suprasylvian sulcus in cats as an example showed that the algorithm was suitable for the reconstruction and analysis of(More)
The aim of the present investigation was to elaborate an algorithm for labeled neuron 2-D pattern reconstruction and its analysis. Using the study of cat cortico-cortical connections between the areas 17, 18 and posteromedial lateral suprasylvian area as an example, it was shown that proposed algorithm is adequate for present aims of initial neuron pattern(More)
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