R. A. Fineberg

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The vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) is seldom tested above 2 Hz, in spite of the higher-frequency components that stimulate it during natural head movements. We tested the horizontal VOR in ten normal subjects during 18 s of active, side-to-side head motion over a frequency range from 2 to 6 Hz. Audible clicks were used as a linearly increasing frequency cue.(More)
Iron greatly accelerates the biosynthesis of the protein moiety of the iron storage protein ferritin (1, 2). This phenomenon is therefore of general interest as an example of the adaptive control of specific protein synthesis. As a possible tool for studying the process in vitro, rat liver slices were tested for their ability to incorporate labeled amino(More)