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    1. Buck, HD; Caous, CA; Lindsey, CJ
      Projections of the paratrigeminal nucleus to the ambiguus, rostroventrolateral and lateral reticular nuclei, and the solitary tract

      AUTONOMIC NEUROSCIENCE-BASIC & CLINICAL
    2. Schlosser, HG; Guldin, WO; Grusser, OJ
      Tuning in caudal fastigial nucleus units during natural and galvanic labyrinth stimulation

      NEUROREPORT
    3. Schmahmann, JD
      The cerebrocerebellar system: anatomic substrates of the cerebellar contribution to cognition and emotion

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY
    4. Gaymard, B; Rivaud-Pechoux, S; Yelnik, J; Pidoux, B; Ploner, CJ
      Involvement of the cerebellar thalamus in human saccade adaptation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Golanov, EV; Christensen, JRC; Reis, DJ
      Neurons of a limited subthalamic area mediate elevations in cortical cerebral blood flow evoked by hypoxia and excitation of neurons of the rostral ventrolateral medulla

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Robinson, FR; Fuchs, AF
      The role of the cerebellum involuntary eye movements

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Barton, EJ; Sparks, DL
      Saccades to remembered targets exhibit enhanced orbital position effects in monkeys

      VISION RESEARCH
    8. Tilikete, C; Rode, G; Nighoghossian, N; Boisson, D; Vighetto, A
      Otolith manifestations in Wallenberg syndrome.

      REVUE NEUROLOGIQUE
    9. Wong, AMF; Musallam, S; Tomlinson, RD; Shannon, P; Sharpe, JA
      Opsoclonus in three dimensions: oculographic, neuropathologic and modelling correlates

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    10. Zhou, P; Qian, LP; Glickstein, SB; Golanov, EV; Pickel, VM; Reis, DJ
      Electrical stimulation of cerebellar fastigial nucleus protects rat brain,in vitro, from staurosporine-induced apoptosis

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    11. Stanton, GB
      Organization of cerebellar and area "y" projections to the nucleus reticularis tegmenti pontis in macaque monkeys

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    12. Cavdar, S; San, T; Aker, R; Sehirli, U; Onat, F
      Cerebellar connections to the dorsomedial and posterior nuclei of the hypothalamus in the rat

      JOURNAL OF ANATOMY
    13. Zhou, W; Tang, BF; King, WM
      Responses of rostral fastigial neurons to linear acceleration in an alert monkey

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Siebold, C; Anagnostou, E; Glasauer, S; Glonti, L; Kleine, JF; Tchelidze, T; Buttner, U
      Canal-otolith interaction in the fastigial nucleus of the alert monkey

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Zangemeister, WH; Nagel, M
      Transcranial magnetic stimulation over the cerebellum delays predictive head movements in the coordination of gaze

      ACTA OTO-LARYNGOLOGICA
    16. Xu, FD; Frazier, DT
      Modulation of respiratory motor output by cerebellar deep nuclei in the rat

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Mauk, MD; Medina, JF; Nores, WL; Ohyama, T
      Cerebellar function: Coordination, learning or timing?

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    18. Golanov, EV; Christensen, JRC; Reis, DJ
      The medullary cerebrovascular vasodilator area mediates cerebrovascular vasodilation and electroencephalogram synchronization elicited from cerebellar fastigial nucleus in Sprague-Dawley rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    19. Dieterich, M; Bucher, SF; Seelos, KC; Brandt, T
      Cerebellar activation during optokinetic stimulation and saccades

      NEUROLOGY
    20. Thier, P; Dicke, PW; Haas, R; Barash, S
      Encoding of movement time by populations of cerebellar Purkinje cells

      NATURE
    21. Sagher, O; Huang, DL
      Effects of cervical spinal cord stimulation on cerebral blood flow in the rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    22. Robinson, FR
      Role of the cerebellar posterior interpositus nucleus in saccades I. Effect of temporary lesions

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    23. Krauzlis, RJ; Basso, MA; Wurtz, RH
      Discharge properties of neurons in the rostral superior colliculus of the monkey during smooth-pursuit eye movements

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. Takagi, M; Zee, DS; Tamargo, RJ
      Effects of lesions of the oculomotor cerebellar vermis on eye movements inprimate: Smooth pursuit

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. Fukushima, K; Sato, T; Fukushima, J; Shinmei, Y; Kaneko, CRS
      Activity of smooth pursuit-related neurons in the monkey periarcuate cortex during pursuit and passive whole-body rotation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    26. Desmurget, M; Pelisson, D; Grethe, JS; Alexander, GE; Urquizar, C; Prablanc, C; Grafton, ST
      Functional adaptation of reactive saccades in humans: a PET study

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    27. Mori, S; Matsui, T; Mori, F; Nakajima, K; Matsuyama, K
      Instigation and control of treadmill locomotion in high decerebrate cats by stimulation of the hook bundle of Russell in the cerebellum

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    28. Nakai, M; Maeda, M
      Scopolamine-sensitive and resistant components of increase in cerebral cortical blood flow elicited by periaqueductal gray matter of rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    29. Glickstein, SA; Golanov, EV; Reis, DJ
      Intrinsic neurons of fastigial nucleus mediate neurogenic neuroprotection against excitotoxic and ischemic neuronal injury in rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    30. Sandor, P
      Nervous control of the cerebrovascular system: doubts and facts

      NEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
    31. Scheuerer, W; Ditterich, J; Straube, A
      Adaptation of initial smooth-pursuit eye velocity in humans

      NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
    32. Guillaume, A; Goffart, L; Pelisson, D
      Learning from cerebellar lesions about the temporal and spatial aspects ofsaccadic control

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    33. Horn, AKE; Buttner, U; Buttner-Ennever, JA
      Brainstem and cerebellar structures for eye movement generation

      VESTIBULAR DYSFUNCTION AND ITS THERAPY
    34. Suzuki, DA; Yamada, T; Hoedema, R; Yee, RD
      Smooth-pursuit eye-movement deficits with chemical lesions in macaque nucleus reticularis tegmenti pontis

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    35. Noto, CT; Watanabe, S; Fuchs, AF
      Characteristics of simian adaptation fields produced by behavioral changesin saccade size and direction

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    36. Crawford, JD; Ceylan, MZ; Klier, EM; Guitton, D
      Three-dimensional eye-head coordination during gaze saccades in the primate

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    37. Mraovitch, S; Calando, Y
      FOS induction in brain associated with seizure and sustained cortical vasodilation in anesthetized rat

      EPILEPSIA
    38. Golanov, EV; Christensen, JD; Reis, DJ
      Role of potassium channels in the central neurogenic neuroprotection elicited by cerebellar stimulation in rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    39. Golanov, EV; Reis, DJ
      Neuroprotective electrical stimulation of cerebellar fastigial nucleus attenuates expression of periinfarction depolarizing waves (PIDs) and inhibitscortical spreading depression

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    40. Moschner, C; Crawford, TJ; Heide, W; Trillenberg, P; Kompf, D; Kennard, C
      Deficits of smooth pursuit initiation in patients with degenerative cerebellar lesions

      BRAIN
    41. Fillenz, M; Lowry, JP; Boutelle, MG; Fray, AE
      The role of astrocytes and noradrenaline in neuronal glucose metabolism

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    42. XU FD; ZHANG Z; FRAZIER DT
      TRANSIENT RESPIRATORY AUGMENTATION ELICITED BY ACUTE HEAD-DOWN TILT IN THE ANESTHETIZED CAT

      Journal of applied physiology (1985)
    43. DESMURGET M; PELISSON D; URQUIZAR C; PRABLANC C; ALEXANDER GE; GRAFTON ST
      FUNCTIONAL-ANATOMY OF SACCADIC ADAPTATION IN HUMANS

      Nature neuroscience
    44. ESTRADA C; DEFELIPE J
      FEATURE ARTICLE NITRIC OXIDE-PRODUCING NEURONS IN THE NEOCORTEX - MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL-RELATIONSHIP WITH INTRAPARENCHYMAL MICROVASCULATURE

      Cerebral cortex
    45. WANG T; WANG JJ; CHENG H; LI HZ; YU QX
      MODULATION OF NEURONAL-ACTIVITY OF CEREBELLAR FASTIGIAL NUCLEUS BY LOCUS-COERULEUS STIMULATION IN THE RAT

      Chinese Science Bulletin
    46. GOLANOV EV; LIU F; REIS DJ
      STIMULATION OF CEREBELLUM PROTECTS HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS FROM GLOBAL-ISCHEMIA

      NeuroReport
    47. RIVAUDPECHOUX S; DURR A; GAYMARD B; CANCEL G; PLONER CJ; AGID Y; BRICE A; PIERROTDESEILLIGNY C
      EYE-MOVEMENT ABNORMALITIES CORRELATE WITH GENOTYPE IN AUTOSOMAL-DOMINANT CEREBELLAR-ATAXIA TYPE-I

      Annals of neurology
    48. GALEA E; GOLANOV EV; FEINSTEIN DL; KOBYLARZ KA; GLICKSTEIN SB; REIS DJ
      CEREBELLAR STIMULATION REDUCES INDUCIBLE NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE EXPRESSION AND PROTECTS BRAIN FROM ISCHEMIA

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    49. Gaytan, SP; Pasaro, R
      Connections of the rostral ventral respiratory neuronal cell group: An anterograde and retrograde tracing study in the rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    50. ASANOME M; MATSUYAMA K; MORI S
      AUGMENTATION OF POSTURAL MUSCLE TONE INDUCED BY THE STIMULATION OF THE DESCENDING FIBERS IN THE MIDLINE AREA OF THE CEREBELLAR WHITE-MATTERIN THE ACUTE DECEREBRATE CAT

      Neuroscience research
    51. TAKAGI M; ZEE DS; TAMARGO RJ
      EFFECTS OF LESIONS OF THE OCULOMOTOR VERMIS ON EYE-MOVEMENTS IN PRIMATE - SACCADES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    52. KRAUZLIS RJ; MILES FA
      ROLE OF THE OCULOMOTOR VERMIS IN GENERATING PURSUIT AND SACCADES - EFFECTS OF MICROSTIMULATION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    53. LU XF; HIKOSAKA O; MIYACHI S
      ROLE OF MONKEY CEREBELLAR NUCLEI IN SKILL FOR SEQUENTIAL MOVEMENT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    54. ZHANG HY; GAMLIN PDR
      NEURONS IN THE POSTERIOR INTERPOSED NUCLEUS OF THE CEREBELLUM RELATEDTO VERGENCE AND ACCOMMODATION - I - STEADY-STATE CHARACTERISTICS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    55. ALLEN GV; HOPKINS DA
      CONVERGENT PREFRONTAL CORTEX AND MAMILLARY BODY PROJECTIONS TO THE MEDIAL PONTINE NUCLEI - A LIGHT AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC STUDY IN THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    56. TAKIKAWA Y; KAWAGOE R; MIYASHITA N; HIKOSAKA O
      PRESACCADIC OMNIDIRECTIONAL BURST ACTIVITY IN THE BASAL INTERSTITIAL NUCLEUS IN THE MONKEY CEREBELLUM

      Experimental Brain Research
    57. REIS DJ; KOBYLARZ K; YAMAMOTO S; GOLANOV EV
      BRIEF ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF CEREBELLAR FASTIGIAL NUCLEUS CONDITIONS LONG-LASTING SALVAGE FROM FOCAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA - CONDITIONED CENTRAL NEUROGENIC NEUROPROTECTION

      Brain research
    58. OHTSUKA K; ENOKI T
      TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION OVER THE POSTERIOR CEREBELLUM DURING SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS IN MAN

      Brain
    59. XU FD; FRAZIER DT; ZHANG Z; BAEKEY DM; SHANNON R
      CEREBELLAR MODULATION OF COUGH MOTOR PATTERN IN CATS

      Journal of applied physiology
    60. WANG JJ; PU YM; WANG T
      INFLUENCES OF CEREBELLAR INTERPOSITUS NUCLEUS AND FASTIGIAL NUCLEUS ON NEURONAL-ACTIVITY OF LATERAL HYPOTHALAMIC AREA

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    61. REIS DJ; FEINSTEIN D; GALEA E; GOLANOV EV
      CENTRAL NEUROGENIC NEUROPROTECTION - PROTECTION OF BRAIN FROM FOCAL ISCHEMIA BY CEREBELLAR STIMULATION

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    62. LAM JMK; HSIANG JNK; POON WS
      MONITORING OF AUTOREGULATION USING LASER-DOPPLER FLOWMETRY IN PATIENTS WITH HEAD-INJURY

      Journal of neurosurgery
    63. SOMMER MA; TEHOVNIK EJ
      REVERSIBLE INACTIVATION OF MACAQUE FRONTAL EYE FIELD

      Experimental Brain Research
    64. EZURE K; TANAKA I
      CONVERGENCE OF CENTRAL RESPIRATORY AND LOCOMOTOR RHYTHMS ONTO SINGLE NEURONS OF THE LATERAL RETICULAR NUCLEUS

      Experimental Brain Research
    65. GHELARDUCCI B; SEBASTIANI L
      CLASSICAL HEART-RATE CONDITIONING AND AFFECTIVE BEHAVIOR - THE ROLE OF THE CEREBELLAR VERMIS

      Archives Italiennes de Biologie
    66. VISSING SF; SECHER NH; VICTOR RG
      MECHANISMS OF CUTANEOUS VASOCONSTRICTION DURING UPRIGHT POSTURE

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    67. HARVEY AS; JAYAKAR P; DUCHOWNY M; RESNICK T; PRATS A; ALTMAN N; RENFROE JB
      HEMIFACIAL SEIZURES AND CEREBELLAR GANGLIOGLIOMA - AN EPILEPSY SYNDROME OF INFANCY WITH SEIZURES OF CEREBELLAR ORIGIN

      Annals of neurology
    68. SCHWEIGHOFER N; ARBIB MA; DOMINEY PF
      A MODEL OF THE CEREBELLUM IN ADAPTIVE-CONTROL OF SACCADIC GAIN .1. THE MODEL AND ITS BIOLOGICAL SUBSTRATE

      Biological cybernetics
    69. GOLANOV EV; YAMAMOTO S; REIS DJ
      ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF CEREBELLAR FASTIGIAL NUCLEUS FAILS TO REMATCH BLOOD-FLOW AND METABOLISM IN FOCAL ISCHEMIC INFARCTIONS

      Neuroscience letters
    70. GOLANOV EV; REIS DJ
      CEREBRAL CORTICAL-NEURONS WITH ACTIVITY LINKED TO CENTRAL NEUROGENIC SPONTANEOUS AND EVOKED ELEVATIONS IN CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW

      Neuroscience letters
    71. DONG ML; KOFKE WA; POLICARE RS; WANG AS; ACUFF J; SEKHAR LN; JANNETTA PJ
      TRANSCRANIAL DOPPLER ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN NEUROSURGERY - EFFECTS OF INTRACRANIAL TUMOR ON RIGHT MIDDLE CEREBRAL-ARTERY FLOW VELOCITY DURING INDUCTION OF ANESTHESIA

      Ultrasound in medicine & biology
    72. FABRICIUS M; LAURITZEN M
      LASER-DOPPLER EVALUATION OF RAT-BRAIN MICROCIRCULATION - COMPARISON WITH THE [C-14] IODOANTIPYRINE METHOD SUGGESTS DISCORDANCE DURING CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW INCREASES

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    73. WAESPE W; MULLERMEISSER E
      DIRECTIONAL REVERSAL OF SACCADIC DYSMETRIA AND GAIN ADAPTIVITY IN A PATIENT WITH A SUPERIOR CEREBELLAR ARTERY INFARCTION

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    74. CHEN S; REN YQ; HILLMAN DE
      TRANSIENT EXPRESSION OF LYN GENE IN PURKINJE-CELLS DURING CEREBELLAR DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental brain research
    75. GHELARDUCCI B; SEBASTIANI L
      CONTRIBUTION OF THE CEREBELLAR VERMIS TO CARDIOVASCULAR CONTROL

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    76. ZHANG FY; CASEY RM; ROSS ME; IADECOLA C
      AMINOGUANIDINE AMELIORATES AND L-ARGININE WORSENS BRAIN-DAMAGE FROM INTRALUMINAL MIDDLE CEREBRAL-ARTERY OCCLUSION

      Stroke
    77. JOYAL CC; MEYER C; JACQUART G; MAHLER P; CASTON J; LALONDE R
      EFFECTS OF MIDLINE AND LATERAL CEREBELLAR LESIONS ON MOTOR COORDINATION AND SPATIAL ORIENTATION

      Brain research
    78. VERSINO M; HURKO O; ZEE DS
      DISORDERS OF BINOCULAR CONTROL OF EYE-MOVEMENTS IN PATIENTS WITH CEREBELLAR DYSFUNCTION

      Brain
    79. BUTTNER U; FUHRY L
      EYE-MOVEMENTS

      Current opinion in neurology
    80. SOLOMON D; GALETTA SL; LIU GT
      POSSIBLE MECHANISMS FOR HORIZONTAL GAZE DEVIATION AND LATEROPULSION IN THE LATERAL MEDULLARY SYNDROME

      Journal of neuro-ophthalmology
    81. BRANSTON NM
      NEUROGENIC CONTROL OF THE CEREBRAL-CIRCULATION

      Cerebrovascular and brain metabolism reviews
    82. KATAFUCHI T; HORI T; OOMURA Y; KOIZUMI K
      CEREBELLAR AFFERENTS TO NEUROENDOCRINE CELLS - IMPLICATIONS FOR ADAPTIVE RESPONSES TO SIMULATED WEIGHTLESSNESS

      Endocrine journal
    83. MARTIN P; ALBERS M
      CEREBELLUM AND SCHIZOPHRENIA - A SELECTIVE REVIEW

      Schizophrenia bulletin
    84. GOLANOV EV; REIS DJ
      VASODILATION EVOKED FROM MEDULLA AND CEREBELLUM IS COUPLED TO BURSTS OF CORTICAL EEG ACTIVITY IN RATS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    85. BUTTNER U; GRUNDEI T
      GAZE-EVOKED NYSTAGMUS AND SMOOTH-PURSUIT DEFICITS - THEIR RELATIONSHIP STUDIED IN 52 PATIENTS

      Journal of neurology
    86. RUTHERFORD JG
      AN INVESTIGATION OF A POSSIBLE DIRECT PROJECTION FROM THE MEDIAL NUCLEUS OF THE CEREBELLUM TO THE PARAVENTRICULAR NUCLEUS OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS IN THE RAT - A STUDY USING RETROGRADE WGA-HRP AND FLUOROGOLD TRACING TECHNIQUES

      Anatomy and embryology
    87. HOMMA Y; NONAKA S; MATSUYAMA K; MORI S
      FASTIGIOFUGAL PROJECTION TO THE BRAIN-STEM NUCLEI IN THE CAT - AN ANTEROGRADE PHA-L TRACING STUDY

      Neuroscience research
    88. WAESPE W
      SACCADIC GAIN ADAPTIVITY IN THE 2 EYES IN WALLENBERGS LATERAL MEDULLARY SYNDROME

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    89. STRAUBE A; DEUBEL H; SPULER A; BUTTNER U
      DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT OF A BILATERAL DEEP CEREBELLAR NUCLEI LESION ON EXTERNALLY AND INTERNALLY TRIGGERED SACCADES IN HUMANS

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    90. BUTTNER U; STRAUBE A
      THE EFFECT OF CEREBELLAR MIDLINE LESIONS ON EYE-MOVEMENTS

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    91. DAUPHIN F; MACKENZIE ET
      CHOLINERGIC AND VASOACTIVE INTESTINAL POLYPEPTIDERGIC INNERVATION OF THE CEREBRAL-ARTERIES

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    92. STRAUBE A; DEUBEL H
      RAPID GAIN ADAPTATION AFFECTS THE DYNAMICS OF SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENTS IN HUMANS

      Vision research
    93. TIETJEN CS; KIRSCH JR; CLAVIER N; TRAYSTMAN RJ
      TIME-DEPENDENT INHIBITION OF OXOTREMORINE-INDUCED CEREBRAL HYPEREMIA BY N-OMEGA-NITRO-L-ARGININE IN CATS

      Stroke
    94. OHTSUKA K; NODA H
      DISCHARGE PROPERTIES OF PURKINJE-CELLS IN THE OCULOMOTOR VERMIS DURING VISUALLY GUIDED SACCADES IN THE MACAQUE MONKEY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    95. STERIADE M
      2 CHANNELS IN THE CEREBELLOTHALAMOCORTICAL SYSTEM

      Journal of comparative neurology
    96. HELMCHEN C; BUTTNER U
      SACCADE-RELATED PURKINJE-CELL ACTIVITY IN THE OCULOMOTOR VERMIS DURING SPONTANEOUS EYE-MOVEMENTS IN LIGHT AND DARKNESS

      Experimental Brain Research
    97. XU F; FRAZIER DT
      MEDULLARY RESPIRATORY NEURONAL-ACTIVITY MODULATED BY STIMULATION OF THE FASTIGIAL NUCLEUS OF THE CEREBELLUM

      Brain research
    98. TALMAN WT; DRAGON DN
      INHIBITION OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHESIS EXTENDS CEREBROVASCULAR AUTOREGULATION DURING HYPERTENSION

      Brain research
    99. HASHIMOTO M; OHTSUKA K
      TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION OVER THE POSTERIOR CEREBELLUM DURING VISUALLY GUIDED SACCADES IN MAN

      Brain
    100. XU FD; OWEN J; FRAZIER DT
      CEREBELLAR MODULATION OF VENTILATORY RESPONSE TO PROGRESSIVE HYPERCAPNIA

      Journal of applied physiology


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