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Llinás, R. R.
Llinás (Rodolfo R.)
Llinás (Rodolfo Riascos)
Rodolfo Llinás (Colombiaans neuroloog)
Rodolfo Llinás (Colombian neuroscientist)
Rodolfo Llinás (médico neurofisiólogo colombiano)
Rodolfo Llinás (neurologo colombiano)
Льинас Риаскос, Рудольфо
writer of accompanying material
Australian National University
Capranica, Robert R.
Churchland, Patricia Smith (1943-...)
Euler, Curt von (1918-)
Jones, Edward G. (1939-)
Marsal, Jordi Marsal Tebe
Precht, Wolfgang (1938-)
Quastel, David M.J.
Scientific American Périodique
Steriade, Mircea (1924-)
1-Methyl-4-phenylpyridinium affects fast axonal transport by activation of caspase and protein kinase C
1-Methyl-4-phenylpyridinium induces synaptic dysfunction through a pathway involving caspase and PKCdelta enzymatic activities.
Abnormal thalamocortical activity in patients with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) type I.
Afferent projections to the mammillary complex of the rat, with special reference to those from surrounding hypothalamic regions.
Anatomical localization revealed by MEG recordings of the human somatosensory system.
Antidromic invasion of Purkinje cells in frog cerebellum.
Apical tuft input efficacy in layer 5 pyramidal cells from rat visual cortex.
ATP-dependent directional movement of rat synaptic vesicles injected into the presynaptic terminal of squid giant synapse.
¿-Band deficiency and abnormal thalamocortical activity in P/Q-type channel mutant mice
Barium action potentials in regenerating axons of the lamprey spinal cord.
Basic mechanisms in cognition and language with special reference to phonological problems in dyslexia
beta Subunits influence the biophysical and pharmacological differences between P- and Q-type calcium currents expressed in a mammalian cell line
Bilaterally synchronous complex spike Purkinje cell activity in the mammalian cerebellum.
biology of the brain from neurons to networks readings from Scientific american
Block of transmitter release by botulinum C1 action on syntaxin at the squid giant synapse
Blocking and isolation of a calcium channel from neurons in mammals and cephalopods utilizing a toxin fraction (FTX) from funnel-web spider poison.
Bursting of Thalamic Neurons and States of Vigilance
Ca(V)3.1 is a tremor rhythm pacemaker in the inferior olive.
Calcium clearance and its energy requirements in cerebellar neurons.
Calcium conductances in Purkinje cell dendrites: their role in development and integration.
Central motor loop oscillations in parkinsonian resting tremor revealed by magnetoencephalography.
Cerebellar function and the adaptive feature of the central nervous system.
Cerebellar neurodegeneration in the absence of microRNAs
cerebellum, LTD, and memory: Alternative views, The
Cerebellum revisited, The
Cerebral deep venous thrombosis presenting as acute micrographia and hypophonia.
cerebro y el mito del yo el papel de las neuronas en el pensamiento y el comportamiento humanos, El
Clustering behavior in a three-layer system mimicking olivo-cerebellar dynamics.
Cocaine Acute "Binge" Administration Results in Altered Thalamocortical Interactions in Mice
Coherent 40-Hz oscillation characterizes dream state in humans.
Commentaries in the neurosciences
COMPUTER MODELING OF THE CEREBELLUM
concept of calcium concentration microdomains in synaptic transmission, The
Conscious and pre-conscious processes as seen from the standpoint of sleep-waking cycle neurophysiology.
Consciousness and the brain. The thalamocortical dialogue in health and disease.
contribution of Santiago Ramon y Cajal to functional neuroscience, The
Coordinated expression in chronically unconscious persons.
CORE FACILITIES--INSTRUMENTATION, TECHNIQUES AND DATA MANGEMENT
Cost of brain disorders.
Dendritic calcium conductances generate high-frequency oscillation in thalamocortical neurons
Dendritic spikes and their inhibition in alligator Purkinje cells.
Dendritic spikes versus cable properties.
Depolarization release coupling: an overview.
Different calcium channels mediate transmitter release evoked by transient or sustained depolarization at mammalian sympathetic ganglia
Differential pre- and postsynaptic modulation of chemical transmission in the squid giant synapse by tyrosine phosphorylation
Differential roles of apamin- and charybdotoxin-sensitive K+ conductances in the generation of inferior olive rhythmicity in vivo.
Distribution and functional significance of the P-type, voltage-dependent Ca2+ channels in the mammalian central nervous system.
Disturbed Ca2+ signaling and apoptosis of medium spiny neurons in Huntington's disease.
dopaminergic projection to the rat mammillary nuclei demonstrated by retrograde transport of wheat germ agglutinin-horseradish peroxidase and tyrosine hydroxylase immunohistochemistry., A
Dynamic geometry, brain function modeling, and consciousness.
Dynamic organization of motor control within the olivocerebellar system
effectiveness of different isomers of octanol as blockers of harmaline-induced tremor., The
Effects of Ca2+ channel blockers on transmitter release and presynaptic currents at the frog neuromuscular junction.
effects of microgravity on the development of surface righting in rats, The
Effects of synapsin I and calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II on spontaneous neurotransmitter release in the squid giant synapse.
Effects of T-type calcium channel blockers on cocaine-induced hyperlocomotion and thalamocortical GABAergic abnormalities in mice
ELECTROPHYSICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF PURKINJE CELL DENDRITIC SPIKES
Electrophysiological analysis of synaptic transmission
Electrophysiological properties of in vitro Purkinje cell dendrites in mammalian cerebellar slices.
Electrophysiological properties of in vitro Purkinje cell somata in mammalian cerebellar slices.
electrophysiological study of the in vitro, perfused brain stem-cerebellum of adult guinea-pig., An
Electrophysiology of globus pallidus neurons in vitro.
Electrophysiology of guinea-pig cerebellar nuclear cells in the in vitro brain stem-cerebellar preparation.
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY OF NEURONS RELATED TO OLIVOCEREBELLAR SYSTEM
Electrophysiology of the mammillary complex in vitro. I. Tuberomammillary and lateral mammillary neurons.
Electrophysiology of the mammillary complex in vitro. II. Medial mammillary neurons.
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY OF THE OLIVE--CEREBELLAR SYSTEM
Electrotonically mediated oscillatory patterns in neuronal ensembles: an in vitro voltage-dependent dye-imaging study in the inferior olive.
Entorhinal Cortex Entrains Fast CA1 Hippocampal Oscillations in the Anaesthetized Guinea-pig: Role of the Monosynaptic Component of the Perforant Path, The
Entorhinal cortex long-term potentiation evoked by theta-patterned stimulation of associative fibers in the isolated in vitro guinea pig brain.
Experimentally determined chaotic phase synchronization in a neuronal system
first-order giant neurons of the giant fiber system in the squid: electrophysiological and ultrastructural observations, The
FMRFamide-related peptides potentiate transmission at the squid giant synapse.
Frog cerebellum: absence of long-term inhibition upon Purkinje cells.
Frog neurobiology : a handbook
Functional characterization of neuronal circuitry of frog cerebellar cortex.
Functional imaging of plastic changes in the human brain.
functional organization of the neurones of the cerebellar cortex, The
Funnel-web spider venom and a toxin fraction block calcium current expressed from rat brain mRNA in Xenopus oocytes.
Further studies on depolarization release coupling in squid giant synapse.
GABAergic modulation of complex spike activity by the cerebellar nucleoolivary pathway in rat.
gamma -Band deficiency and abnormal thalamocortical activity in P/Q-type channel mutant mice
High-resolution measurement of the time course of calcium concentration microdomains at squid presynaptic terminals
Human oscillatory brain activity near 40 Hz coexists with cognitive temporal binding
Identification of a critical period for motor development in neonatal rats.
IgG from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis patients increases current through P-type calcium channels in mammalian cerebellar Purkinje cells and in isolated channel protein in lipid bilayer.
Imaging preterminal calcium concentration microdomains in the squid giant synapse.
Imaging synaptosomal calcium concentration microdomains and vesicle fusion by using total internal reflection fluorescent microscopy
In vitro neurons in mammalian cortical layer 4 exhibit intrinsic oscillatory activity in the 10- to 50-Hz frequency range.
Inferior olive: its role in motor learing.
Inferior olive oscillation as the temporal basis for motricity and oscillatory reset as the basis for motor error correction
Inhibition of NMDARs in the Nucleus Reticularis of the Thalamus Produces Delta Frequency Bursting.
inositol high-polyphosphate series blocks synaptic transmission by preventing vesicular fusion: a squid giant synapse study., The
Integration of functional brain mapping in image-guided neurosurgery.
Interactions of synaptic and intrinsic electroresponsiveness determine corticothalamic activation dynamics
Interactive use of cerebral angiography and magnetoencephalography in arteriovenous malformations: technical note.
Intraterminal injection of synapsin I or calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II alters neurotransmitter release at the squid giant synapse.
Intrinsic electrical properties of nerve cells and their role in network oscillation.
Ionic basis for the electrophysiological activity of mammalian neurons.
Is dyslexia a dyschronia?
Is low molecular weight heparin a neuroprotectant?
isochronic band hypothesis and climbing fibre regulation of motricity: an experimental study., The
Isochrony in the olivocerebellar system underlies complex spike synchrony.
Isolated and Perfused Brain of the Guinea-pig In Vitro, The
Isolated mammalian brain in vitro: new technique for analysis of electrical activity of neuronal circuit function.
Kinetic and stochastic properties of a persistent sodium current in mature guinea pig cerebellar Purkinje cells
Local Ca2+ signaling in neurons.
Localization of calcium concentration microdomains at the active zone in the squid giant synapse.
Localization of P-type calcium channels in the central nervous system.
Magnetic field tomography of coherent thalamocortical 40-Hz oscillations in humans.
Magnetic sources of the M50 response are localized to frontal cortex.
Magnetoencephalographic mapping: basic of a new functional risk profile in the selection of patients with cortical brain lesions.
Mammalian neuromuscular transmission blocked by funnel web toxin.
Mapping Brain Terrain
Microdomains of high calcium concentration in a presynaptic terminal.
mind-brain Continuum sensory processes
Modafinil enhances thalamocortical activity by increasing neuronal electrotonic coupling
model of thalamocortical relay cells, A
Modeling inferior olive neuron dynamics.
Molecular characterization of the sodium channel subunits expressed in mammalian cerebellar Purkinje cells
Morpho/Functional Discrepancy in the Cerebellar Cortex: Looks Alone are Deceptive., The
Morphological artifacts induced in intracellularly stained neurons by dehydration: circumvention using rapid dimethyl sulfoxide clearing.
Morphological correlates of bilateral synchrony in the rat cerebellar cortex.
Morphology of globus pallidus neurons: Its correlation with electrophysiology in guinea pig brain slices
Nerve growth factor acutely reduces chemical transmission by means of postsynaptic TrkA-like receptors in squid giant synapse
Neuro-vascular central nervous recording/stimulating system: Using nanotechnology probes
NEUROBIOLOGY OF CEREBELLAR-BRAINSTEM SYSTEMS
NEUROBIOLOGY OF CEREBELLAR CIRCUIT--RELATION TO MOTOR CONTROL
NEUROBIOLOGY OF CEREBELLAR CIRCUITS AND THEIR RELATION TO MOTOR CONTROL
Neurobiology of cerebellar evolution and development; proceedings of the First International Symposium of the Institute for Biomedical Research, American Medical Association/Education & Research Foundation.
NEUROBIOLOGY OF CEREBELLAR PHYLOGENY AND ONTOGENY
NEUROBIOLOGY OF THE CEREBELLAR--BRAIN STEM SYSTEM
NEUROBIOLOGY OF THE CEREBELLAR--BRAINSTEM SYSTEM
Neurobiology. Thorny issues in neurons.
neuronal basis for consciousness., The
Neuronal circuit reorganization in mammalian agranular cerebellar cortex.
NEURONAL FUNCTION IN CEREBELLO-MOTOR AND THALAMOCORTICAL INTERACTION
Neuropsychiatric thalamocortical dysrhythmia: surgical implications.
Non-Markovian noise mediated through anomalous diffusion within ion channels.
Normal motor learning during pharmacological prevention of Purkinje cell long-term depression
Nystagmic modulation of neuronal activity in rabbit cerebellar flocculus.
Of dreaming and wakefulness.
of the vortex, cop. 2001:, I
of the vortex from neurons to self, I
olivo-cerebellar circuit as a universal motor control system, The
Olivo-cerebellar cluster-based universal control system
Olivocerebellar modulation of motor cortex ability to generate vibrissal movements in rat
On the cerebellum and motor learning
Opinion: The contribution of Santiago Ramon y Cajal to functional neuroscience
Oral Administration of Pharmacologically Active Substances to Squid: A Methodological Description
P-type calcium channels in the somata and dendrites of adult cerebellar Purkinje cells.
P-type voltage-dependent calcium channel mediates presynaptic calcium influx and transmitter release in mammalian synapses.
Patterns of spontaneous purkinje cell complex spike activity in the awake rat.
Pharmacological characterization of the voltage-dependent Ca2+ channels present in synaptosomes from rat and chicken central nervous system.
Phosphorylation-dependent inhibition by synapsin I of organelle movement in squid axoplasm.
Plasmalemmal ATPase calcium pump localizes to inner and outer hair bundles.
Postsynaptic Hebbian and non-Hebbian long-term potentiation of synaptic efficacy in the entorhinal cortex in slices and in the isolated adult guinea pig brain.
'prediction imperative' as the basis for self-awareness., The
Presynaptic calcium concentration microdomains and transmitter release.
Presynaptic calcium currents and their relation to synaptic transmission: voltage clamp study in squid giant synapse and theoretical model for the calcium gate.
Presynaptic injection of syntaxin-specific antibodies blocks transmission in the squid giant synapse
Properties of calcium channels isolated with spider toxin, FTX.
Purkinje cell long-term depression is prevented by T-588, a neuroprotective compound that reduces cytosolic calcium release from intracellular stores
Real-time imaging of calcium influx in mammalian cerebellar Purkinje cells in vitro.
Reduced facilitation and vesicular uptake in crustacean and mammalian neuromuscular junction by T-588, a neuroprotective compound
Regulation by synapsin I and Ca(2+)-calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II of the transmitter release in squid giant synapse.
Relationship between presynaptic calcium current and postsynaptic potential in squid giant synapse.
Relevance of quantum mechanics on some aspects of ion channel function.
Representation of Polysemy: MEG Evidence, The
Residual cerebral activity and behavioural fragments can remain in the persistently vegetative brain
Rhythmic and dysrhythmic thalamocortical dynamics: GABA systems and the edge effect
Robust axonal sprouting and synaptogenesis in organotypic slice cultures of rat cerebellum exposed to increased potassium chloride
ROLE OF CALCIUM IN SYNAPTIC TRANSMITTER RELEASE
Role of Gap Junctions in Synchronized Neuronal Oscillations in the Inferior Olive
Role of Rab27 in synaptic transmission at the squid giant synapse
Role of the C2A domain of synaptotagmin in transmitter release as determined by specific antibody injection into the squid giant synapse preterminal
Role of the C2B domain of synaptotagmin in vesicular release and recycling as determined by specific antibody injection into the squid giant synapse preterminal
Role of the conserved WHXL motif in the C terminus of synaptotagmin in synaptic vesicle docking
Role of the hippocampal-entorhinal loop in temporal lobe epilepsy: extra- and intracellular study in the isolated guinea pig brain in vitro.
ROLE OF THE INFERIOR OLIVE IN MOTOR LEARNING, THE
Self-referential phase reset based on inferior olive oscillator dynamics
SENSORY PROCESSING IN CEREBELLAR CORTEX--MULTIPLE ELECTRODES RECORDING
Serotonergic and cholinergic inhibition of mesopontine cholinergic neurons controlling REM sleep: an in vitro electrophysiological study.
Serotonin Modulation of Inferior Olivary Oscillations and Synchronicity: A Multiple-electrode Study in the Rat Cerebellum
Solemne investidura de doctor honoris causa al professor Rodolfo R. Llinás
Somatomotor and oculomotor inferior olivary neurons have distinct electrophysiological phenotypes
Somatosensory cortical plasticity in adult humans revealed by magnetoencephalography.
Some organizing principles for the control of movement based on olivocerebellar physiology.
Spaceflight Induces Changes in the Synaptic Circuitry of the Postnatal Developing Neocortex
Squid Giant Synapse: A Model for Chemical Transmission, The
Stars and stripes in the cerebellar cortex: a voltage sensitive dye study.
Subthreshold membrane potential oscillations in inferior olive neurons are dynamically regulated by P-Q- and T-type calcium channels: a study in mutant mice
Synaptic transmission block by presynaptic injection of oligomeric amyloid beta
Synaptic transmission in squid giant synapse after potassium conductance blockage with external 3- and 4-aminopyridine.
Synaptophysin regulates clathrin-independent endocytosis of synaptic vesicles
Temporal binding via cortical coincidence detection of specific and nonspecific thalamocortical inputs: a voltage-dependent dye-imaging study in mouse brain slices.
Temporal conjunction in thalamocortical transactions.
Thalamic oscillations and signaling
[Thalamo-cortical dysrhythmia syndrome: neuropsychiatric features].
Thalamocortical dysrhythmia: A neurological and neuropsychiatric syndrome characterized by magnetoencephalography
Thalamocortical dysrhythmia I. Functional and imaging aspects
Thalamocortical dysrhythmia II. Clinical and surgical aspects
Thalamocortical dysrhythmia syndrome: MEG imaging of neuropathic pain
Three distinct kinetic groupings of the synaptotagmin family: Candidate sensors for rapid and delayed exocytosis
Time resolved calcium microdomains and synaptic transmission.
Time-resolved imaging of Ca(2+)-dependent aequorin luminescence of microdomains and QEDs in synaptic preterminals.
Tonotopic organization of human auditory cortex revealed by multi-channel SQUID system.
Transmission at the squid giant synapse was blocked by tetanus toxin by affecting synaptobrevin, a vesicle-bound protein.
Transmission by Presynaptic Spike-Like Depolarization in the Squid Giant Synapse.
Transmission in the squid giant synapse: a model based on voltage clamp studies.
Two types of calcium response limited to single spines in cerebellar Purkinje cells
Ultrastructural localization of the plasmalemmal calcium pump in cerebellar neurons
Uniform olivocerebellar conduction time underlies Purkinje cell complex spike synchronicity in the rat cerebellum.
Vesicular reuptake inhibition by a synaptotagmin I C2B domain antibody at the squid giant synapse
Voltage-dependent calcium conductances in mammalian neurons. The P channel.
Voltage-Sensitive Dye Imaging of Neocortical Spatiotemporal Dynamics to Afferent Activation Frequency
Words without Mind
workings of the brain development, memory, and perception readings from Scientific american magazine
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ANNALS- NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
NEUROBIOLOGY OF DISEASE
Thesis (D. Phil.)--Australian National University, 1965