PMID: 4312863Feb 3, 1970

The postsynaptic inhibition of rabbit oculomotor neurones by secondary vestibular impulses and its blockage by picrotoxin

Brain Research
M ItoT Tsuchiya

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

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Citations

Dec 1, 1968·Brain Research·A Richter, W Precht
Jan 1, 1966·Acta Physiologica Scandinavica·J O Kellerth, A J Szumski
Oct 31, 1958·The Journal of Physiology·J ROBBINS, W G VAN DER KLOOT
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Related Concepts

Synaptic Transmission
Picrotoxin
Motor Neurons
Synapses
Potentials, Event-Related
Electrophysiology (Science)
Oculomotor Nerve Structure
Structure of Medial Vestibular Nucleus
Electric Stimulation Technique

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