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    1. Takemura, A; Inoue, Y; Gomi, H; Kawato, M; Kawano, K
      Change in neuronal firing patterns in the process of motor command generation for the ocular following response

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Mustari, MJ; Tusa, RJ; Burrows, AF; Fuchs, AF; Livingston, CA
      Gaze-stabilizing deficits and latent nystagmus in monkeys with early-onsetvisual deprivation: Role of the pretectal NOT

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Das, VE; Economides, JR; Ono, S; Mustari, MJ
      Information processing by parafoveal cells in the primate nucleus of the optic tract

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    4. Leichnetz, GR
      Connections of the medial posterior parietal cortex (area 7m) in the monkey

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    5. Fendt, M; Li, LA; Yeomans, JS
      Brain stem circuits mediating prepulse inhibition of the startle reflex

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Fendt, M; Mucha, RF
      Anxiogenic-like effects of opiate withdrawal seen in the fear-potentiated startle test, an interdisciplinary probe far drug-related motivational states

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    7. Ahnaou, A; Laporte, AM; Ballet, S; Escourrou, P; Hamon, M; Adrien, J; Bourgin, P
      Muscarinic and PACAP receptor interactions at pontine level in the rat: significance for REM sleep regulation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Alcantara, S; Ruiz, M; De Castro, F; Soriano, E; Sotelo, C
      Netrin 1 acts as an attractive or as a repulsive cue for distinct migrating neurons during the development of the cerebellar system

      DEVELOPMENT
    9. Wagner, T; Pilz, PKD; Fendt, M
      The superior olivary complex is necessary for the full expression of the acoustic but not tactile startle response in rats

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Glickstein, M
      How are visual areas of the brain connected to motor areas for the sensoryguidance of movement?

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    11. Suh, M; Leung, HC; Kettner, RE
      Cerebellar flocculus and ventral paraflocculus purkinje cell activity during predictive and visually driven pursuit in monkey

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    12. Yakushin, SB; Gizzi, M; Reisine, H; Raphan, T; Buttner-Ennever, J; Cohen, B
      Functions of the nucleus of the optic tract (NOT). II. Control of ocular pursuit

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Navarro, M; Spray, KJ; Cubero, I; Thiele, TE; Bernstein, IL
      cFos induction during conditioned taste aversion expression varies with aversion strength

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Swank, PW
      Conditioned c-Fos in mouse NTS during expression of a learned taste aversion depends on contextual cues

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Swank, MW
      Coordinate regulation of Fos and Jun proteins in mouse brain by LiCl

      NEUROREPORT
    16. Kawano, K
      Ocular tracking: behavior and neurophysiology

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    17. Ahnaou, A; Basille, M; Gonzalez, B; Vaudry, H; Hamon, M; Adrien, J; Bourgin, P
      Long-term enhancement of REM sleep by the pituitary adenylyl cyclase-activating polypeptide (PACAP) in the pontine reticular formation of the rat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Wingate, RJT; Hatten, ME
      The role of the rhombic lip in avian cerebellum development

      DEVELOPMENT
    19. Hesslow, G; Svensson, P; Ivarsson, M
      Learned movements elicited by direct stimulation of cerebellar mossy fiberafferents

      NEURON
    20. Dicke, PW; Thier, P
      The role of cortical area MST in a model of combined smooth eye head pursuit

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    21. Hajnal, A; Takenouchi, K; Norgren, R
      Effect of intraduodenal lipid on parabrachial gustatory coding in awake rats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    22. TRACY JA; THOMPSON JK; KRUPA DJ; THOMPSON RF
      EVIDENCE OF PLASTICITY IN THE PONTOCEREBELLAR CONDITIONED-STIMULUS PATHWAY DURING CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING OF THE EYEBLINK RESPONSE IN THE RABBIT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    23. MITANI A; WATANABE M; KATAOKA K
      FUNCTIONAL CHANGE OF NMDA RECEPTORS RELATED TO ENHANCEMENT OF SUSCEPTIBILITY TO NEUROTOXICITY IN THE DEVELOPING PONTINE NUCLEUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    24. NAGAO S; KITAZAWA H
      ADAPTIVE MODIFICATIONS OF POST-SACCADIC SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS AND THEIR INTERACTION WITH SACCADES AND THE VESTIBULOOCULAR REFLEX IN THE PRIMATE

      Neuroscience research
    25. RYAN MC; GUNDLACH AL
      ONTOGENIC EXPRESSION OF NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE MESSENGER-RNAS IN POSTNATAL RAT-BRAIN - IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental brain research
    26. HEINEN SJ; WATAMANIUK SNJ
      SPATIAL INTEGRATION IN HUMAN SMOOTH-PURSUIT

      Vision research (Oxford)
    27. LAPPE M; PEKEL M; HOFFMANN KP
      OPTOKINETIC EYE-MOVEMENTS ELICITED BY RADIAL OPTIC FLOW IN THE MACAQUE MONKEY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    28. THIELE TE; SEELEY RJ; DALESSIO D; ENG J; BERNSTEIN IL; WOODS SC; VANDIJK G
      CENTRAL INFUSION OF GLUCAGON-LIKE PEPTIDE-1-(7-36) AMIDE (GLP-1) RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST ATTENUATES LITHIUM CHLORIDE-INDUCED C-FOS INDUCTION INRAT BRAIN-STEM

      Brain research
    29. OCHIISHI T; YAMAUCHI T; TERASHIMA T
      REGIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL DISTRIBUTION OF CA2+ CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE-II ALPHA-ISOFORM AND BETA-ISOFORM IN THE BRAIN-STEM OF THE RAT/

      Brain research
    30. MASON CA; MORRISON ME; WARD MS; ZHANG Q; BAIRD DH
      AXON-TARGET INTERACTIONS IN THE DEVELOPING CEREBELLUM

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    31. MILES FA
      VISUAL STABILIZATION OF THE EYES IN PRIMATES

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    32. MATSUZAKI R; KYUHOU S
      PONTINE NEURONS WHICH RELAY PROJECTIONS FROM THE SUPERIOR COLLICULUS TO THE POSTERIOR VERMIS OF THE CEREBELLUM IN THE CAT - DISTRIBUTION AND VISUAL PROPERTIES

      Neuroscience letters
    33. ILG UJ
      SLOW EYE-MOVEMENTS

      Progress in neurobiology
    34. PETTERSSON LG; LUNDBERG A; ALSTERMARK B; ISA T; TANTISIRA B
      EFFECT OF SPINAL-CORD LESIONS ON FORELIMB TARGET-REACHING AND ON VISUALLY GUIDED SWITCHING OF TARGET-REACHING IN THE CAT

      Neuroscience research
    35. NAGAO S; KITAMURA T; NAKAMURA N; HIRAMATSU T; YAMADA J
      LOCATION OF EFFERENT TERMINALS OF THE PRIMATE FLOCCULUS AND VENTRAL PARAFLOCCULUS REVEALED BY ANTEROGRADE AXONAL-TRANSPORT METHODS

      Neuroscience research
    36. KOCH M; SCHNITZLER HU
      THE ACOUSTIC STARTLE RESPONSE IN RATS - CIRCUITS MEDIATING EVOCATION,INHIBITION AND POTENTIATION

      Behavioural brain research
    37. ROBINSON FR; STRAUBE A; FUCHS AF
      PARTICIPATION OF CAUDAL FASTIGIAL NUCLEUS IN SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS .2. EFFECT OF MUSCIMOL INACTIVATION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    38. FENDT M; KOCH M; SCHNITZLER HU
      SOMATOSTATIN IN THE PONTINE RETICULAR-FORMATION MODULATES FEAR POTENTIATION OF THE ACOUSTIC STARTLE RESPONSE - AN ANATOMICAL, ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL, AND BEHAVIORAL-STUDY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    39. FIALA JC; GROSSBERG S; BULLOCK D
      METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION IN CEREBELLAR PURKINJE-CELLS AS SUBSTRATE FOR ADAPTIVE TIMING OF THE CLASSICALLY-CONDITIONED EYE-BLINK RESPONSE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    40. FENDT M; KOCH M; SCHNITZLER HU
      LESIONS OF THE CENTRAL GRAY BLOCK CONDITIONED FEAR AS MEASURED WITH THE POTENTIATED STARTLE PARADIGM

      Behavioural brain research
    41. KRAUZLIS RJ; MILES FA
      DECREASES IN THE LATENCY OF SMOOTH-PURSUIT AND SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENTSPRODUCED BY THE GAP PARADIGM IN THE MONKEY

      Vision research
    42. HEINEN SJ; KELLER EL
      THE FUNCTION OF THE CEREBELLAR UVULA IN MONKEY DURING OPTOKINETIC ANDPURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS - SINGLE-UNIT RESPONSES AND LESION EFFECTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    43. 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
    44. QIAN Y; WU M; JEN PHS
      TRACING THE AUDITORY PATHWAYS TO ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICALLY CHARACTERIZEDNEURONS WITH HRP AND FOS DOUBLE-LABELING TECHNIQUE

      Brain research
    45. BOURGIN P; ESCOURROU P; GAULTIER C; ADRIEN J
      INDUCTION OF RAPID EYE-MOVEMENT SLEEP BY CARBACHOL INFUSION INTO THE PONTINE RETICULAR-FORMATION IN THE RAT

      NeuroReport
    46. FENDT M; KOCH M; KUNGEL M; SCHNITZLER HU
      CHOLECYSTOKININ ENHANCES THE ACOUSTIC STARTLE RESPONSE IN RATS

      NeuroReport
    47. DOBKINS KR; ALBRIGHT TD
      BEHAVIORAL AND NEURAL EFFECTS OF CHROMATIC ISOLUMINANCE IN THE PRIMATE VISUAL-MOTION SYSTEM

      Visual neuroscience
    48. NAWROT M; RIZZO M
      MOTION PERCEPTION DEFICITS FROM MIDLINE CEREBELLAR LESIONS IN HUMAN

      Vision research
    49. KATO I; WATANABE S; SATO S; NORITA M
      PRETECTOFUGAL FIBERS FROM THE NUCLEUS OF THE OPTIC TRACT IN MONKEYS

      Brain research
    50. SWANK MW; SCHAFE GE; BERNSTEIN IL
      C-FOS INDUCTION IN RESPONSE TO TASTE STIMULI PREVIOUSLY PAIRED WITH AMPHETAMINE OR LICL DURING TASTE-AVERSION LEARNING

      Brain research
    51. PEREZSAMARTIN AL; SENDINORODRIGUEZ J; DONATEOLIVER L; DONATEOLIVER F
      MORPHOLOGY OF NEURONS IN THE SUPERFICIAL LAYERS OF THE RABBITS SUPERIOR COLLICULUS PROJECTING IPSILATERALLY TO THE PONS

      Archives Italiennes de Biologie
    52. REINOSOSUAREZ F; DEANDRES I; RODRIGOANGULO ML; RODRIGUEZVEIGA E
      LOCATION AND ANATOMICAL CONNECTIONS OF A PARADOXICAL SLEEP INDUCTION SITE IN THE CAT VENTRAL PONTINE TEGMENTUM

      European journal of neuroscience
    53. GRUART A; DELGADOGARCIA JM
      DISCHARGE OF IDENTIFIED DEEP CEREBELLAR NUCLEI NEURONS RELATED TO EYEBLINKS IN THE ALERT CAT

      Neuroscience
    54. KRASE W; KOCH M; SCHNITZLER HU
      SUBSTANCE-P IS INVOLVED IN THE SENSITIZATION OF THE ACOUSTIC STARTLE RESPONSE BY FOOTSHOCKS IN RATS

      Behavioural brain research
    55. EDWARDS MSB; WARA WM; CIRICILLO SF; BARKOVICH AJ
      FOCAL BRAIN-STEM ASTROCYTOMAS CAUSING SYMPTOMS OF INVOLVEMENT OF THE FACIAL-NERVE NUCLEUS - LONG-TERM SURVIVAL IN 6 PEDIATRIC CASES

      Journal of neurosurgery
    56. FUCHS AF; ROBINSON FR; STRAUBE A
      PARTICIPATION OF THE CAUDAL FASTIGIAL NUCLEUS IN SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS .1. NEURONAL-ACTIVITY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    57. GOTTLIEB JP; MACAVOY MG; BRUCE CJ
      NEURAL RESPONSES RELATED TO SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS AND THEIR CORRESPONDENCE WITH ELECTRICALLY ELICITED SMOOTH EYE-MOVEMENTS IN THE PRIMATE FRONTAL EYE FIELD

      Journal of neurophysiology
    58. FENDT M; KOCH M; SCHNITZLER HU
      LESIONS OF THE CENTRAL GRAY BLOCK THE SENSITIZATION OF THE ACOUSTIC STARTLE RESPONSE IN RATS

      Brain research
    59. SERAPIDE MF; CICIRATA F; SOTELO C; PANTO MR; PARENTI R
      THE PONTOCEREBELLAR PROJECTION - LONGITUDINAL ZONAL DISTRIBUTION OF FIBERS FROM DISCRETE REGIONS OF THE PONTINE NUCLEI TO VERMAL AND PARAFLOCCULAR CORTICES IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    60. KUNGEL M; EBERT U; HERBERT H; OSTWALD J
      SUBSTANCE-P AND OTHER PUTATIVE TRANSMITTERS MODULATE THE ACTIVITY OF RETICULAR PONTINE NEURONS - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDY

      Brain research
    61. SWANK MW; BERNSTEIN IL
      C-FOS INDUCTION IN RESPONSE TO A CONDITIONED-STIMULUS AFTER SINGLE TRIAL TASTE-AVERSION LEARNING

      Brain research
    62. IMERI L; BIANCHI S; ANGELI P; MANCIA M
      SELECTIVE BLOCKADE OF DIFFERENT BRAIN-STEM MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPES - EFFECTS ON THE SLEEP-WAKE CYCLE

      Brain research
    63. BARNES GR
      VISUAL-VESTIBULAR INTERACTION IN THE CONTROL OF HEAD AND EYE-MOVEMENT- THE ROLE OF VISUAL FEEDBACK AND PREDICTIVE MECHANISMS

      Progress in neurobiology
    64. CASTROALAMANCOS MA; BORRELL J
      ACTIVE-AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR USING PONTINE NUCLEUS STIMULATION AS A CONDITIONED-STIMULUS IN THE RAT

      Behavioural brain research
    65. CASTROALAMANCOS MA; TORRESALEMAN I
      LONG-TERM DEPRESSION OF GLUTAMATE-INDUCED GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID RELEASE IN CEREBELLUM BY INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    66. KOCH M; KUNGEL M; HERBERT H
      CHOLINERGIC NEURONS IN THE PEDUNCULOPONTINE TEGMENTAL NUCLEUS ARE INVOLVED IN THE MEDIATION OF PREPULSE INHIBITION OF THE ACOUSTIC STARTLE RESPONSE IN THE RAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    67. JEN PHS; HOU TZ; WU M
      NEURONS IN THE INFERIOR COLLICULUS, AUDITORY-CORTEX AND PONTINE NUCLEI OF THE FM BAT, EPTESICUS-FUSCUS RESPOND TO PULSE REPETITION RATE DIFFERENTLY

      Brain research


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