Differential effects of bicuculline and muscimol microinjections into the vestibular nuclei on simian eye movements

@article{Straube1991DifferentialEO,
  title={Differential effects of bicuculline and muscimol microinjections into the vestibular nuclei on simian eye movements},
  author={Andreas Straube and R. Kurzan and Ulrich B{\"u}ttner},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1991},
  volume={86},
  pages={347-358}
}
1.) Eye movements were recorded in four Java monkeys (M. fascicularis) after unilateral microinjections (1 μl, concentration 1 μg/μl) of the GABA antagonist, bicuculline, and the GABA agonist, muscimol, into oculomotor related regions of the vestibular nuclei. Eye movements were investigated in the dark and light during spontaneous eye movements, vestibular stimulation (sinusoidal: 0.2 Hz, ±40 deg/s, and velocity trapezoid: 40 deg/s2 acceleration, 120 deg/s constant velocity), and visual… CONTINUE READING

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