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Petit, "Eye-blink conditioning is associated with changes in synaptic ultrastructure in the rabbit interpositus nuclei," Learning & Memory, vol.
Excitatory effects of histamine on cerebellar interpositus nuclear cells of rats through H(2) receptors in vitro.
Adversus actus administrativos singulares in casibus de delictis reservatis, a Congregatione pro Doctrina Fidei latos vel probatos, habetur recursus, intra terminum peremptorium sexaginta dierum utilium interpositus, ad Congregationem Ordinariam eiusdem Dicasterii seu Feriam IV quae videt de merito ac de legitimitate, remoto quovis ulteriore recursu de quo in art.
Cerebellar modulation of trigeminal reflex blinks: interpositus neurons.
Both the paravermal cerebelar cortex and the posterior interpositus nucleus are related to reflex and acquired eyelid responses, contributing to its proper performance, but not to its acquisition.
Neuronal activity in the cerebellar interpositus and lateral pontine nuclei during inhibitory classical conditioning of the eyeblink response.
Studies on the comparative ecology of the South Persian Black Francolin (Francolinus francolinus henrici) and the Northern Grey Francolin (Francolinus pondicerianus interpositus) in Lal Suhanra National Park Bahawalpur Punjab Pakistan.
Studies on the comparative ecology of the south persian black partridge, (Francolinus francolinus henrici) and the northern grey francolin (Francolinus pondicerianus interpositus) in Lal Suhanra National Park, Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.
We have demonstrated in a previous study that (1) high-frequency stimulation in the interpositus nucleus at low intensities decreases the amplitudes of corticomotor responses recorded ipsilaterally, suggesting a decreased excitability of the pyramidal system, and (2) anodal DCS of the motor cortex reverts this depressive effect [4].
According to this brainstem-cerebellar model, the pontine nucleus receive projections from both cortical and subcortical structures implicated in conveying CSt information (auditory, somatosensory, visual and association systems) [131-134] and sending axons (MFs) directly to the cerebellar cortex and the DCN, particularly to the interpositus nucleus (IN) [135-137].