From single extracellular unit recording in experimental and human Parkinsonism to the development of a functional concept of the role played by the basal ganglia in motor control

@article{Boraud2002FromSE,
  title={From single extracellular unit recording in experimental and human Parkinsonism to the development of a functional concept of the role played by the basal ganglia in motor control},
  author={T. Boraud and E. B{\'e}zard and B. Bioulac and C. Gross},
  journal={Progress in Neurobiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={66},
  pages={265-283}
}
Parkinson's disease (PD) is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder that affects the whole basal ganglia (BG). Various techniques have been used to study BG physiology and pathophysiology. Among these, extracellular single unit recording remains of particular importance. An impressive number of studies of BG electrophysiological activity have been carried out, both in non-human and in human primates, but the data collected show many omissions and disparities. BG activity has been well defined… Expand
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