Effects of nucleus prepositus hypoglossi lesions on visual climbing fiber activity in the rabbit flocculus.

@article{Arts2000EffectsON,
  title={Effects of nucleus prepositus hypoglossi lesions on visual climbing fiber activity in the rabbit flocculus.},
  author={Monique P. M. Arts and Chris I De Zeeuw and Jeroen Lips and E Rosbak and John I. Simpson},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={84 5},
  pages={2552-63}
}
The caudal dorsal cap (dc) of the inferior olive is involved in the control of horizontal compensatory eye movements. It provides those climbing fibers to the vestibulocerebellum that modulate optimally to optokinetic stimulation about the vertical axis. This modulation is mediated at least in part via an excitatory input to the caudal dc from the pretectal nucleus of the optic tract and the dorsal terminal nucleus of the accessory optic system. In addition, the caudal dc receives a substantial… CONTINUE READING

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