X
Search Filters
Format Format
Format Format
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
Journal Article (3740) 3740
Publication (351) 351
Book Chapter (8) 8
Book / eBook (7) 7
Book Review (4) 4
Conference Proceeding (3) 3
Dissertation (3) 3
more...
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
animals (3595) 3595
medulla oblongata - cytology (2605) 2605
rats (2006) 2006
neurosciences (1949) 1949
male (1876) 1876
medulla oblongata - physiology (1524) 1524
neurons - physiology (1126) 1126
rats, sprague-dawley (827) 827
female (727) 727
immunohistochemistry (660) 660
neurons (599) 599
cats (585) 585
medulla oblongata - metabolism (575) 575
neurons - cytology (566) 566
index medicus (536) 536
physiology (526) 526
rat (517) 517
spinal cord - cytology (510) 510
neurons - metabolism (509) 509
brain-stem (471) 471
neurons - drug effects (471) 471
electric stimulation (444) 444
medulla oblongata - drug effects (431) 431
medulla oblongata - anatomy & histology (398) 398
rats, wistar (396) 396
electrophysiology (384) 384
rats, inbred strains (323) 323
rostral ventrolateral medulla (323) 323
spinal cord - physiology (321) 321
medulla oblongata (317) 317
spinal-cord (307) 307
cat (295) 295
neural pathways - physiology (291) 291
horseradish peroxidase (268) 268
humans (261) 261
brain (257) 257
respiration (252) 252
zoology (251) 251
brain stem - cytology (249) 249
reticular formation - cytology (245) 245
neural pathways - cytology (240) 240
ventrolateral medulla (236) 236
motor neurons - physiology (232) 232
brain mapping (223) 223
in vitro techniques (221) 221
microscopy, electron (221) 221
pons - cytology (221) 221
nervous system (214) 214
vagus nerve - physiology (205) 205
central-nervous-system (202) 202
mice (199) 199
vagus nerve - cytology (177) 177
blood pressure - physiology (175) 175
animals, newborn (172) 172
sympathetic nervous system - physiology (172) 172
microinjections (171) 171
article (170) 170
action potentials - physiology (169) 169
medulla (169) 169
time factors (165) 165
brain stem - physiology (162) 162
fluorescent dyes (162) 162
histocytochemistry (161) 161
horseradish-peroxidase (161) 161
brain - cytology (160) 160
blood pressure (157) 157
solitary nucleus - cytology (157) 157
neurons, afferent - physiology (154) 154
reticular formation - physiology (153) 153
blood pressure - drug effects (151) 151
medulla-oblongata (151) 151
tyrosine 3-monooxygenase - metabolism (151) 151
medulla oblongata - enzymology (150) 150
projections (145) 145
synapses - physiology (145) 145
action potentials - drug effects (143) 143
rabbits (142) 142
axons - physiology (141) 141
motor neurons - cytology (141) 141
spinal cord (141) 141
brainstem (140) 140
neurology (137) 137
glutamate (134) 134
raphe nuclei - cytology (134) 134
cell count (133) 133
synaptic transmission (132) 132
neural pathways (131) 131
neurons - ultrastructure (129) 129
pons - physiology (128) 128
stimulation (128) 128
sympathetic nervous system - cytology (128) 128
in-vitro (127) 127
afferent pathways - physiology (126) 126
mesencephalon - cytology (126) 126
synaptic transmission - physiology (123) 123
neural pathways - anatomy & histology (122) 122
nucleus (122) 122
patch-clamp techniques (122) 122
serotonin (122) 122
axons - ultrastructure (120) 120
more...
Library Location Library Location
Language Language
Language Language
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
English (3611) 3611
Russian (67) 67
German (29) 29
French (13) 13
Chinese (11) 11
Japanese (11) 11
Polish (3) 3
Ukrainian (3) 3
Spanish (2) 2
more...
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


Journal Article
Journal of Comparative Neurology, ISSN 0021-9967, 02/2010, Volume 518, Issue 3, pp. 305 - 328
Journal Article
Journal Article
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 2014, Volume 508, Issue 7496, pp. 351 - 356
Translating the behavioural output of the nervous system into movement involves interaction between brain and spinal cord. The brainstem provides an essential... 
neurons receive synaptic input from key upper motor centres and are recruited during motor tasks. Selective neuronal | of this intermediary system remain poorly understood. Here we use intersectional virus tracing and genetic strategies in | MOVEMENTS | ACTIVATION | including | accelerating rotarod and single-food-pellet reaching tasks. Our results indicate that distinct premotor brainstem | nuclei access spinal subcircuits to mediate task-specific aspects of motor programs | RAT | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | Translating the behavioural output of the nervous system into movement involves interaction between brain and spinal | cord. The brainstem provides an essential bridge between the two structures | SPINAL-CORD | stands out as specifically targeting subpopulations of forelimb-innervating motor neurons. Its glutamatergic premotor | CIRCUITS | ORGANIZATION | but circuit-level organization and function | MICE | RABIES VIRUS | ablation or silencing experiments reveal that MdV is critically important specifically for skilled motor behaviour | MESENCEPHALIC LOCOMOTOR REGION | mice to reveal a selective synaptic connectivity matrix between brainstem substructures and functionally distinct spinal | motor neurons that regulate limb movement. The brainstem nucleus medullary reticular formation ventral part (MdV) | GABAERGIC NEURONS | Motor Neurons - physiology | Motor Skills - physiology | Forelimb - physiology | Medulla Oblongata - anatomy & histology | Male | Forelimb - innervation | Medulla Oblongata - cytology | Rotarod Performance Test | Animals | Interneurons - metabolism | Movement - physiology | Reticular Formation - cytology | Synapses - metabolism | Female | Mice | Spinal Cord - cytology | Reticular Formation - anatomy & histology | Brain stem | Motor ability | Physiological aspects | Physiological research | Medulla oblongata | Research | Neuromuscular transmission | Neurophysiology | Proteins | Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis | Spinal cord | Neurons | Rodents
Journal Article
Journal Article
Journal Article