Properties of utricular nerve-activated vestibulospinal neurons in cats

@article{Sato1996PropertiesOU,
  title={Properties of utricular nerve-activated vestibulospinal neurons in cats},
  author={Hitoshi Sato and Katsuaki Endo and Hideaki Ikegami and Midori Imagawa and Mitsuyoshi Sasaki and Yoshio Uchino},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1996},
  volume={112},
  pages={197-202}
}
The axonal pathway, conduction velocities, and locations of the cell bodies of utricular nerve-activated vestibulospinal neurons were studied in decerebrated or anesthetized cats using the collision test of orthodromic and antidromic spikes. For orthodromic stimulation, bipolar tungsten electrodes were placed on the utricular nerve and the other vestibular nerve branches were transected. Monopolar tungsten electrodes were positioned on both sides of the upper cervical segments (C2–4), caudal… CONTINUE READING

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