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    1. Takakusaki, K; Kohyama, J; Matsuyama, K; Mori, S
      Medullary reticulospinal tract mediating the generalized motor inhibition in cats: Parallel inhibitory mechanisms acting on motoneurons and on interneuronal transmission in reflex pathways

      NEUROSCIENCE
    2. TAKAKUSAKI K; SHIROYAMA T; KITAI ST
      2 TYPES OF CHOLINERGIC NEURONS IN THE RAT TEGMENTAL PEDUNCULOPONTINE NUCLEUS - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION

      Neuroscience
    3. TAKAKUSAKI K; KITAI ST
      IONIC MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN THE SPONTANEOUS FIRING OF TEGMENTAL PEDUNCULOPONTINE NUCLEUS NEURONS OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    4. KAGOKAWA H; SAKAMOTO T; TAKAKUSAKI K; OGASAWARA H; YOSHIDA A
      ME EFFECT OF PURE OXYGEN ON RETINAL BLOOD-FLOW IN THE CAT USING A NEWLASER-DOPPLER VELOCIMETRY SYSTEM

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    5. MATSUYAMA K; TAKAKUSAKI K; NAKAJIMA K; MORI S
      MULTI-SEGMENTAL INNERVATION OF SINGLE PONTINE RETICULOSPINAL AXONS INTHE CERVICOTHORACIC REGION OF THE CAT - ANTEROGRADE PHA-L TRACING STUDY

      Journal of comparative neurology
    6. SAKAMOTO T; KATADA A; NONAKA S; TAKAKUSAKI K
      ACTIVITIES OF EXPIRATORY NEURONS OF THE BOTZINGER COMPLEX DURING VOCALIZATION IN DECEREBRATE CATS

      NeuroReport
    7. TAKAKUSAKI K; SHIROYAMA T; YAMAMOTO T; KITAI ST
      CHOLINERGIC AND NONCHOLINERGIC TEGMENTAL PEDUNCULOPONTINE PROJECTION NEURONS IN RATS REVEALED BY INTRACELLULAR LABELING

      Journal of comparative neurology
    8. TAKAKUSAKI K; NAKAGAWA M
      A COHERENT DEMODULATOR FOR FAST FREQUENCY-HOPPING SPREAD-SPECTRUM SIGNAL EMPLOYING AN ADAPTIVE ALGORITHM

      Electronics & communications in Japan. Part 1, Communications
    9. IWAKIRI H; OKA T; TAKAKUSAKI K; MORI S
      STIMULUS EFFECTS OF THE MEDIAL PONTINE RETICULAR-FORMATION AND THE MESENCEPHALIC LOCOMOTOR REGION UPON MEDULLARY RETICULOSPINAL NEURONS IN ACUTE DECEREBRATE CATS

      Neuroscience research
    10. FUTAMI T; TAKAKUSAKI K; KITAI ST
      GLUTAMATERGIC AND CHOLINERGIC INPUTS FROM THE PEDUNCULOPONTINE TEGMENTAL NUCLEUS TO DOPAMINE NEURONS IN THE SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA PARS COMPACTA

      Neuroscience research
    11. MURATA Y; ESMAILZADEH R; TAKAKUSAKI K; SOUROUR E; NAKAGAWA M
      PATH DIVERSITY FOR FFH PSK SPREAD-SPECTRUM COMMUNICATION-SYSTEMS

      IEEE journal on selected areas in communications
    12. IWAKIRI H; TAKAKUSAKI K; NONAKA S; MORI S
      EXTRACELLULAR LEVELS OF SEROTONIN IN THE MEDIAL PONTINE RETICULAR-FORMATION IN ACUTE DECEREBRATE CATS WITH A MICRODIALYSIS TECHNIQUE

      Neuroscience letters
    13. TAKAKUSAKI K; SHIMODA N; MATSUYAMA K; MORI S
      DISCHARGE PROPERTIES OF MEDULLARY RETICULOSPINAL NEURONS DURING POSTURAL CHANGES INDUCED BY INTRAPONTINE INJECTIONS OF CARBACHOL, ATROPINE AND SEROTONIN, AND THEIR FUNCTIONAL LINKAGES TO HINDLIMB MOTONEURONS IN CATS

      Experimental Brain Research
    14. TAKAKUSAKI K; MATSUYAMA K; KOBAYASHI Y; KOHYAMA J; MORI S
      PONTINE MICROINJECTION OF CARBACHOL AND CRITICAL ZONE FOR INDUCING POSTURAL ATONIA IN REFLEXIVELY STANDING DECEREBRATE CATS

      Neuroscience letters
    15. MATSUYAMA K; KOBAYASHI Y; TAKAKUSAKI K; MORI S; KIMURA H
      TERMINATION MODE AND BRANCHING PATTERNS OF RETICULORETICULAR AND RETICULOSPINAL FIBERS OF THE NUCLEUS-RETICULARIS-PONTIS-ORALIS IN THE CAT - AN ANTEROGRADE PHA-L TRACING STUDY

      Neuroscience research
    16. TAKAKUSAKI K; KOHYAMA J; MATSUYAMA K; MORI S
      SYNAPTIC MECHANISMS ACTING ON LUMBAR MOTONEURONS DURING POSTURAL AUGMENTATION INDUCED BY SEROTONIN INJECTION INTO THE ROSTRAL PONTINE RETICULAR-FORMATION IN DECEREBRATE CATS

      Experimental Brain Research


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