O. S. Vinogradova

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Processing of multimodal sensory information by the morphological subdivisions of the hippocampus and its input and output structures was investigated in unanesthetized rabbits by extracellular recording of neuronal activity. Analysis shows principal differences between CA3 neurons with uniform multimodal, mainly inhibitory, rapidly habituating sensory(More)
The data on theta-modulation of neuronal activity in the hippocampus and related structures, obtained by the author and her colleagues have been reviewed. Analysis of extracellularly recorded neuronal activity in alert rabbits, intact and after various brain lesions, in slices and transplants of the hippocampus and septum allow one to make the following(More)
The control of theta rhythm in neuronal activity of the medial septal area and hippocampal electroencephalogram by the brainstem structures was investigated in waking rabbits. In the first series of experiments stimulating electrodes were implanted into the midbrain reticular formation and median raphe nucleus. The standard frequency of theta-bursts in(More)
Spontaneous activity and responses to sensory stimuli were analysed in the hippocampal CA1 neurons of chronic unanesthetized rabbits before and after reversible functional blockade of the median raphe nucleus and medial septal area by local microinjections of anesthetic lidocaine. This evoked, correspondingly, persistent theta rhythm and its complete(More)
A model of novelty detection is developed which is based on an oscillatory mechanism of memory formation and information processing. The frequency encoding of the input information and adaptation of natural frequencies of network oscillators to the frequency of the input signal are used as the mechanism of information storage. The resonance amplification of(More)
The drugs, described as blocking the high-frequency (pentobarbital) or low-frequency (scopolamine, atropine) theta rhythm of the hippocampal electroencephalogram, were tested upon the rhythmically bursting septal cells. Three groups of chronic, unanaesthetized rabbits were used for the experiments: with intact septum; with septohippocampal disconnection;(More)
Hippocampal and septal tissue of the rats' embryos was grafted into anterior eye chamber of the adult rats. After 3-4 months of survival the light and electron microscopy of the grafts was performed. Significant difference in development and organization of septal (SGs) and hippocampal (HGs) grafts was observed. Developed SGs had spherical shape, the area(More)
Extracellular recording of neuronal activity of septal nuclei was performed in unanesthetized chronic rabbits in the following conditions: (1) intact septal nuclei; (2) complete interruption of connections with hippocampus; (3) complete basal undercutting of septum. Additional series of records were performed in transversal guinea pig septal slices(More)
The aim of this paper was to evaluate the cholinergic component of the septohippocampal input signals in neuronal activity of the hippocampal fields CA1 and CA3 recorded extracellularly in chronic alert rabbits. Effects of electrical stimulation of the medial septal area were analysed in the control state, on the background of an increased level of(More)
Spontaneous and evoked neuronal activity of the medial septum-diagonal band complex was investigated extracellularly in slices, taken from the brain of the three groups of animals: hibernating ground squirrels, waking ground squirrels, and guinea-pigs. All slices were incubated at 31-32 degrees C. The slices of the ground squirrels' brain were retested(More)