4 edition of Cellular thalamic mechanisms found in the catalog.
by Excerpta Medica, Sole distributors for the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, NY, USA
Written in English
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||editors, Marina Bentivoglio, Roberto Spreafico.|
|Series||International congress series ;, no. 765|
|Contributions||Bentivoglio, Marina., Spreafico, Roberto.|
|LC Classifications||QP383.5 .C45 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 598 p. :|
|Number of Pages||598|
|LC Control Number||88016296|
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Repetitive stimulation of thalamic nuclei evokes augmenting responses in corresponding neocortical areas that increase in amplitude during the first few stimuli in a Hz train (Dempsey and Morison, ). Possible mechanisms underlying the thalamic augmenting responses during repetitive stimulation were. This book discusses the fundamental advances of how the circadian clock regulates critical biological functions as well as the cellular and molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythm in living organisms. It also provides new insights into and sheds new light on the current research trends and future research directions related to Author: Mohamed Ahmed El-Esawi.
Defining the cellular and synaptic mechanisms underlying fear memory will enhance our understanding of biological mechanism to enemies, as well as our ability to develop treatments for individual afflicted with anxiety disorders, including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).Cited by: 2. Sensations from viscera, like fullness, easily become painful if the stimulus persists. Mice lacking α1G T-type Ca2+ channels show hyperalgesia to visceral pain. Thalamic infusion of a T-type blocker induced similar hyperalgesia in wild-type mice. In response to visceral pain, the ventroposterolateral thalamic neurons evokeda surge of single spikes, which then slowly decayed as Cited by:
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): J. W. Gnadt. Cellular mechanisms underlying activity patterns in the monkey thalamus during visual behavior. J Neurophysiol –, We show for the first time with in vitro recording that burst firing in thalamic relay cells of the monkey is evoked by activation of voltage-dependent, low threshold Ca Her research interests are the regulation of smooth muscle cell behaviour in atherosclerosis and restenosis, most recent studies have focused on the role of cell-cell contacts and the Wnt pathway. Dr George has written over 50 scientific original articles and was awarded the British Atherosclerosis Society John French Lecture in
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Part of the Research and Perspectives in Neurosciences book series Cellular mechanisms of a synchronized oscillation in the thalamus. Science – CrossRef Bal T., von Krosigk M., McCormick D.A. () From Cellular to Network Mechanisms of a Thalamic Synchronized Oscillation.
In: Buzsáki G., Llinás R., Singer W., Berthoz A Cited by: 7. Cellular thalamic mechanisms: based on contributions to the symposium held in Verona, Italy, August Battaglia G, Spreafico R, Rustioni A () Substance P-immunoreactive fibers in the thalamus from ascending somatosensory pathways. In: Bentivoglio M, Spreafico R (eds) Cellular Thalamic Mechanisms.
Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam Google Scholar. Thalamic Networks for Relay and Modulation is the third in a series that springs from an idea of Giorgio Macchi who wished to establish periodical updates on thalamic research by bringing to Italy investigators who would engage in an international sharing of ideas and experiences.
new ﬁndings that reﬁne thalamic contributions to cortical rhythms and suggest that thalamic oscillators may be subject to both local and global control.
We describe endogenous thalamic mechanisms that limit networksynchronyanddiscusshowtheseprotectivebrakesmightberestoredtopreventabsenceseizures. In this review we integrate recent findings showing that, in both the thalamus and the neocortex, genetically-determined, absence-related spike-and-wave discharges are the manifestation of hypersynchronized, cellular, rhythmic excitations and inhibitions that result from a combination of complex, intrinsic, synaptic by: Because repetitive HT bursting in TC neurons occurs in the range of 2 to13 Hz, with the precise frequency increasing with increasing depolarization, the same cellular components that underlie thalamic α rhythms can also lead to θ ( Hz) rhythms when the TC neuron population is Cited by: The book is a comprehensive coverage of the topic of Cell Biology.
There was a Table of Contents but no Index or glossary. The problems with this text arise because the text was written in and is out of date (see more on issues stemming from The book is a comprehensive coverage of the topic of Cell Biology/5(5).
Cellular Mechanismsof a Synchronized Oscillation in the Thalamus Marcusvon Krosigk, Thierry Bal, David A. McCormick* Spindlewavesareaprototypical exampleofsynchronizedoscillations, acommonfeature. Second, models incorporating cellular and physiological mechanisms can lead to testable hypotheses which can be applied to studies of thalamic aphasia.
Third, human neuroimaging studies are beginning to add to our understanding of the role of the thalamus in language, and a heuristic consideration of the role of thalamic mechanisms in language Cited by: Cellular mechanisms of a synchronized oscillation in the thalamus.
Section of Neurobiology, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT Abstract. Spindle waves are a prototypical example of synchronized oscillations, a common feature of neuronal activity in thalamic and cortical systems in sleeping and waking by: Cellular Mechanisms Underlying Thalamic Augmenting Responses During 10 Hz Stimulation.
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thalamic network activity. MaterialsandMethods Thalamic slice preparation. Thalamic horizon-tal slices ( m) were obtained from both male and female bacterial artificial chromo-some (BAC)-transgenic mice expressing channelrhodopsin-2(ChR2)underthecontrol of the choline acetyltransferase (ChAT) pro-moter(ChAT–ChR2–EYFP;Zhaoetal.,),Cited by: Outstanding; a detailed and complete examination of the love-seat of the brain.
I place this book right next to my Ramon y Cajal and MacLean. Few workers have much knowledge of the system surrounding and perfusing the thalamus, yet here is a book which will place your understanding of the most passed though and least investigated organ such that other neural mechanisms are more 5/5.
Cellular Mechanisms of a Synchronized Oscillation in the Thalamus Article (PDF Available) in Science () August with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
In this review, we highlight new findings that refine thalamic contributions to cortical rhythms and suggest that thalamic oscillators may be subject to both local and global control. We describe endogenous thalamic mechanisms that limit network synchrony and discuss how these protective brakes might be restored to prevent absence by: The Thalamus is both an up-to-date scientific review of virtually all aspects of forebrain function and a work of immense neuroscientific scholarship.
It forms an essential reference for neuroanatomists, neurophysiologists, molecular neurobiologists, developmental neurobiologists and clinicians its deep historical perspective will be of value 5/5(1).
He is the co-author of a book "Sepsis and non-infectious inflammation: from biology to critical care" (Wiley VCH, ) and the author of a book in French on cytokines (Masson, & ). Jean-Marc Cavaillon has published scientific articles, 77 reviews and 45 chapters in books.
In the present paper, we propose a cellular mechanism in which the synchrony is dependent of a mutual interaction between cortex and thalamus. This cellular mechanism is tested by computational models consisting of pyramidal cells, interneurons, thalamic reticular (RE) and thalamocortical (TC) relay cells, on the basis of voltage-clamp data on intrinsic currents and synaptic receptors present in the by: These two mechanisms limit the number of cycles that thalamic components can maintain during an oscillation; alternatively, inputs that desynchronize the intrathalamic network may limit spindle duration.
Recordings both in vivo and in vitro highlight network heterogeneity that limits spindle synchronicity ( Cited by:. This book systematically reviews the most important findings on cancer immune checkpoints, sharing essential insights into this rapidly evolving yet largely unexplored research book offers a valuable resource for researchers in the cancer immunotherapy field.
The mechanism for this cell-intrinsic slow oscillation in thalamic neurons is an mGluR-mediated reduction in the outward current associated with the leak conductance (g Leak; McCormick and von Krosigk, ), which leads to membrane potential bistability due to the interaction of this current with the inward current associated with the non-inactivating portion of T-type Ca 2+ channel conductance Cited by: Abstract Spindle waves are a prototypical example of synchronized oscillations, a common feature of neuronal activity in thalamic and cortical systems in sleeping and waking animals.
Spontaneous spindle waves recorded from slices of the ferret lateral geniculate nucleus were generated by rebound burst firing in .