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The Basal Ganglia : Structure and Function

Author: John S McKenzie; Robert E Kemm; Lynette N Wilcock
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1984.
Series: Advances in behavioral biology, 27.
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This volume arose out of the symposium: "The Basal Ganglia: Structure and Function," held at the beginning of September 1983 as a satellite of the 29th International Congress of Physiological Sciences. The symposium took place at Lorne, a village on the ocean 150km south-west of Melbourne in a former holiday guest-house situated beside the beach. The sounds of surf and winter rain on the iron roof provided a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John S McKenzie; Robert E Kemm; Lynette N Wilcock
ISBN: 9781468412123 1468412124
OCLC Number: 851754152
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 576 pages).
Contents: Anatomy of the System --
Interconnections, Inputs And Outputs --
Interconnections Between the Corpus Striatum and Brain Stem Nuclei --
Thalamostriate Projections --
an Overview --
The Primate Striato-Pallido-Nigral System: An Integrative System for Cortical Information --
The Termination of Striatonigral fibres on Nigrotectal Neurons in the Rat --
A Preliminary Report --
Serotoninergic Innervation of the Monkey Basal Ganglia: An Immunocytochemical, Light and Electron Microscopy Study --
Fluorescent Double Labeling Studies of Thalamostriatal and Corticostriatal Neurons --
The Output Organization of the Pallidum and Substantia Nigra in Primate as Revealed by a Retrograde Double-Labeling Method --
Neural Mechanisms --
Synaptic Actions, Transmitters and Receptors, Output Mechanisms --
Dopamine Decreases the Amplitude of Excitatory Post-Synaptic Potentials in Rat Striatal Neurones --
Presynaptic Actions and Dopamine in the Neostriatum --
Anatomy and Neurophysiology of the Subthalamic Efferent Neurons --
Neural Activity in Basal Ganglia Output Nuclei and Induced Hypermotility --
Tonic Nigral Control of Tecto Spinal/Tecto Diencephalic Branched Neurons: A Possible Implication of Basal Ganglia in Orienting Behavior --
Basal Ganglia Transmitters And Receptors --
The Regulation of Striatal Dopamine Receptors: Subsensitivity Induced by Hyperthyroidism or REM Sleep Deprivation --
Can Enzymes Released from the Nigro-Striatal Pathway Act as Neuromodulators? --
Functions of the Basal Ganglia in Posture, Movement and Behaviour --
Diseases of the Basal Ganglia --
Long Latency Reflexes in Patients with Basal Ganglia Disorders --
Motor Effects Produced by Disruption of Basal Ganglia Output to the Thalamus --
Unilateral Electrolytic and 6-OHDA Lesions of the Substantia Nigra in Baboons: Behavioural and Biochemical Data --
Postural and Behavioural Changes Related to Nigral Cell Loss in Monkeys --
Neurobiological Changes Induced by Neostriatal Kainic Acid Injection; An Electrophysiological and Morphological Approach to the Physiopathology of Huntington's Chorea --
Dopamine Neurone Degeneration-like Deficits Produced by Intrahypothalamic Dopamine Injections --
Output Pathways Mediating Basal Ganglia Function --
Responses of Neurons in Different Regions of the Striatum of the Behaving Monkey --
Consequences of Disturbed GABA-Ergic Transmission in Substantia Nigra Pars Reticulata in Freely Moving Cats on their Motor Behaviour, and in Anaesthetized Cats on their Spinal Motor Elements --
Basal Ganglia and Switching Motor Programs --
Structure and Function of the Basal Ganglia: A Point of View --
Symposium Participants.
Series Title: Advances in behavioral biology, 27.
Responsibility: edited by John S. McKenzie, Robert E. Kemm, Lynette N. Wilcock.

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