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221 4 4 2 2 Dr. M. Brock D. H. Ingvar Dr. C. W. Sem Jacobsen Department of Clinical Neurophysiology University Hospital Lund Sweden Department of Neurosurgery University of Mainz 65 Mainz West-Germany EEG-Department Gaustad Sykehus Oslo Norway Summary Regional cerebral blood flow was measured by...
221 4 4 2 2 R. Price Peterson Robert M. Hurwitz Robert Lindsay Department of Anatomy, School of Medicine University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pa. Summary Two experiments have been performed to gain insight into the mechanisms of axoplasmic protein migration. In the first the concentration of...
221 4 4 2 2 Koji Uchizono Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine University of Tokyo Tokyo Japan Summary An attempt at distinction between excitatory and inhibitory synapses is made in the cat cerebellum. The former are assumed to contain spheroid vesicles (S-type) of average diameter of...
221 4 4 2 2 L. Cigánek Department of Electrophysiology of the Nervous System Institute of Normal and Pathological Physiology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences Bratislava Czechoslovakia Summary The EEG responses (evoked potentials) to light flashes, clicks and electric stimulation (shocks) of the...
221 4 4 2 2 E. Mugnaini F. Walberg E. Hauglie-Hanssen Anatomical Institute University of Oslo Karl Johansgt. 47 1 Oslo Norway Anatomical Institute University of Bergen Norway Summary A study has been made of the ultrastructure of the lateral vestibular nucleus of the normal cat. The study...
221 4 4 2 2 U. Jürgens M. Maurus D. Ploog P. Winter Max-Planck-Institut für Psychiatrie, München Abteilung für Verhaltensforschung Germany Summary In this study 90 electrode positions, obtained from 13 adult squirrel monkeys, are presented from which vocalizations were reproducibly evoked by...
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