V. A. Maiskii

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Structural and ultrastructural changes in the frontal areas of the cortex and in the region of the globus pallidus were investigated after local and extensive destruction of the caudate nucleus. It was shown by the Fink-Heimer method that after local injury to the caudate nucleus by means of electrodes implanted 2–16 months before electrolytic destruction,(More)
A comparative study of mmunoreactivity with respect to c-Fos protein in the motor (zones М1 and М2), medial prefrontal (PrL and IL), and cingular (Cg1 and Cg2) cortices allowed us to find significant differences between the intensities of expression of gene c-fos in these cortical regions in control rats (group 1) and animals trained to perform catching of(More)
The laminar distribution of spinomesencephalic, spinothalamic, and spinotelencephalic tract neurons, and the pattern of axonal collateralization in these spinocerebral pathways were studied in the rat by means of retrograde double-labelling of the cells with fluorescent dyes Fluoro-Gold and Primuline O. We found that sources of spinocerebral pathways to the(More)
Neuronal populations which are sources of fiber tracts to the amygdala and auditory cortexin the posterior group of thalamic nuclei and adjacent structures of the cat mesencephalon were studied by the retrograde axonal transport of horseradish peroxidase method. It was shown that the peripeduncular, suprageniculate, and subparafascicular nuclei form(More)
NADPH-diaphorase-containing neurons (it is supposed that this enzyme is a form of NO-synthase, NOS) were histochemically identified in the spinal cord of rats. In another set of the experiments, we identified neurons -sources of spinothalamic and spinomesencephalic pathways - by their retrograde labelling with Fluoro-Gold (FG) injected into the thalamus and(More)
Ultrastructural features of thalamic afferent fibers were studied in the cat auditory cortex in the early stages (on the 4th day) of experimental degeneration produced by destruction of the medial geniculate body. A coordinate grid was used in conjunction with an electron micro-scope to study the topography of the degenerating elements over wide areas of(More)
Vestibular efferent neurons were identified in different structures of guinea pig medulla using retrograde labelling by horseradish peroxidase and transport-specific fluorochromes. Two groups of vestibular efferent neurons with bilateral projections were found. These groups were situated dorsally and ventrally to the facial nerve fibre pathway. Dorsal group(More)