Fos expression in the vestibular brainstem: What one marker can tell us about the network

@article{Kaufman2005FosEI,
  title={Fos expression in the vestibular brainstem: What one marker can tell us about the network},
  author={Galen D. Kaufman},
  journal={Brain Research Reviews},
  year={2005},
  volume={50},
  pages={200-211}
}
Fos inducible transcription factor expression in rodent brains (rats and gerbils) during manipulations of vestibular input is reviewed. Stimuli included centripetal hypergravity, unilateral labyrinth lesion or semicircular canal plugging, rotational axis cross-coupling (Coriolis forces), high and low rotational vestibulo-ocular reflex gain adaptation, translabyrinth galvanic stimulation, pharmacological manipulation, and combinations thereof. Each type of stimulation elicited unique but… CONTINUE READING

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