V. G. Goff

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To investigate mechanisms of formation of the electrocorticographic slow negative potential (SNP) evoked by direct electrical stimulation of the cortical surface, poststimulus single unit activity in the stimulated area was studied in anesthetized cats and changes in SNP in the depth of the cortex were analyzed. The results showed that membrane(More)
Neuronal responses and changes in an electrocorticographic slow negative potential (SNP) over cortical depth were studied in anesthetized cats in order to elucidate the mechanisms of formation of a slow negative potential (SNP) elicited by direct cortical stimulation. Neuronal membrane hyperpolarization accompanied by cessation of spike generation was(More)
The possibility of cortical "kindling" organization in short time interval (2-3 hours) was shown in acute experiment on cats. The middle area of g. suprasilvius was stimulated by square current pulses (20 per s, 1 ms duration for 5 s with interstimulus intervals of 3 min). As a result of stimulation after the projection discharge in the mirror focus the(More)
Acute experiments on cats enabled spontaneous epileptogenic foci to be produced by means of electrical stimulation of the cerebral cortex. The central area of the suprasylvian gyrus was stimulated by 5-sec stimuli at 3-sec intervals. The strength of neuronal response gradually increased until spontaneous electrical activity set in as stimulation was set at(More)
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