Eye velocity is not the major factor that determines mossy fiber responses of rabbit floccular Purkinje cells to head and screen oscillation

@article{Nagao1990EyeVI,
  title={Eye velocity is not the major factor that determines mossy fiber responses of rabbit floccular Purkinje cells to head and screen oscillation},
  author={Soichi Nagao},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1990},
  volume={80},
  pages={221-224}
}
Single-unit activities were recorded from floccular Purkinje cells in 29 alert pigmented rabbits. The floccular areas specifically related to horizontal eye movement (H-zone) were identified by the effects of local stimulation and later confirmed histologically. Most of the 53 H-zone Purkinje cells responded to both vestibular stimulation with turntable oscillation (5° peak-to-peak, 0.1 Hz) in darkness and optokinetic stimulation with dot screen oscillation (2.5°, 0.33 Hz), often showing a… CONTINUE READING

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