The Basal Ganglia VI

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Ann M. Graybiel, Mahlon R. Delong, Stephen T. Kitai
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 31, 2003 - Medical - 685 pages
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This volume, the sixth in the IBAGS series, summarizes major contributions in clinical and basic research on the basal ganglia. The sixth meeting of the Society was held on Cape Cod, in the state of Massachusetts, USA, in October, 1998. Altogether 16 countries were represented by 227 participants. This volume contains papers contributed by participants. The focus of the sixth triennial IBAGS meeting, and of this volume, was to bring to gether leaders in basic and clinical science to address two sets of still-persisting questions in the field. The first set focuses on the functions of the basal ganglia in health and disease: What are the core functions of the basal ganglia and cortico-basal ganglia loops? How are these core functions disrupted in disorders affecting the basal ganglia? How do we account for the broad range of behaviors affected by basal ganglia disorders and for the increasing evidence that the basal ganglia influence cognitive as well as motor functions? These issues are addressed in the first five sections of the current volume, which summarize advances in the study of basal ganglia disorders based on studies in humans (Section 1), new results obtained with experimental animal models of basal ganglia disorders (Section 2), results of experiments on information coding in the basal ganglia (Section 3) and new information about functions of the basal ganglia related to learning and adaptive motor control (Section 4).
 

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Contents

What has Stereostacic Surgery Taught Us About Basal Ganglia Function?
3
Pathphysiology of the Internal Segment of the Globus Pallidus in Parkinsons Disease What Have We Learned from Surgery?
15
Apomorhpine Responses in Globus Pallidus and Subthalamus of Parkinsoniam Patients Undergoing Stereotaxic Neurosurgery Lack of Evidence for t...
23
Neuronal Activity of GPe in Parkinsons Disease Is It Really Hypoactive?
33
Acute Effects of Levodopa and Pallidotomy on Bimanual Repetitive Arm Movements in Patients With Parkinsons Disease
43
Tremor in Parkinsons Disease A Simplification in Network Dynamics?
51
Visuospatial Attention in Nondemented Patients with Parkinsons Disease An Eventrelated Potential Study
61
Neuronal Intranuclear Inclusions in Neostriatal Strisomes and Matrix in Huntingtons Disease
83
Tonically Active Neurons in the Monkey Striatum Are Sensitive to Sensory Events in a Manner That Reflects Their Predictability in Time
347
NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE ANATOMY OF THE BASAL GANGLIA
357
Distrubtion of Substantia Nigra Pars Compacts Neurons With Respect to Pars Reticulata StriatoNigral Afferences Computerassisted Threedimensional ...
359
The Immunocytochemical Localization of Tyrosine Hydroxylase in the Human Striatum and Substantia Nigra A Postmortem Ultrastructural Study
369
Dendritic Changes in Medium Spiny Neurons of the Weaver Striatum A Golgi Study
379
Early Corticostriatal Projections and Development of Striatal PatchMatrix Organization
385
Reevaluation of Markers for the PatchMatrix Organization of the RatStriatum Core and Shell in the Striatum
393
Physiological and Morphological Classification of Single Neurons in Barrel Cortex With Axons in Neostriatum
399

Probing Striatal Function in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Neuroimaging Studies of Implicit Sequence Learning
87
ANIMAL MODELS
95
Evolution of the Multiunit Activity of the Basal Ganglia in the Course of Dynamic Experimental Parkinsonism
97
Evidence for the Neuronal Dysfunction in a Mouse Model of Early Stages of Huntingtons Disease
107
Effects of GDNF on Nigrostriatal Dopamine Neurons Experience from Rodent Models of Parkinsons Disease
117
A ROle for the Vesicular Monoamine Transporter VMAT2 in Parkinsons Disease
131
Quantitative Analysis and Behavioural Correlates of Lesioning of the Subthalamic Nucleus in the Hemiparkinsonian Marmoset
139
Effects of Reversible Blockade of Pedunculopontine Tegmental Nucleus on Voluntary Arm Movement in Monkey
151
Differential Reductions in Dopaminergic Innervation of the Motorrelated Areas of the Frontal Lobe in MPTPtreated Monkeys
159
Control of Epileptic Seizures Another Function for the Basal Ganglia?
169
INFORMATION CODING IN THE BASAL GANGLIA
179
Surround Inhibition in the Basal Ganglia A Brief Interview
181
Surround Inhibition in the Basal Ganglia
187
Information Processing in the CorticoStriatoNigral Circuits of the Rat Basal Ganglia Anatomical and Neurophysiological Aspects
199
The Control of Spiking by Synaptic Input in Striatal and Pallidal Neurons
209
Excitatory Cortical Inputs to Pallidal Neurons Through the CorticoSubthalamoPallidal Hyperdirect Pathway in the Monkey
217
TANs PANs and STANs
225
Dopamine and Ensemble Coding in the Striatum and Nucleus Accumbens A Coincidence Detection Mechanism
237
Neuronal Firing Patterns in the Subthalamic Nucleus Effects of Dopamine Receptor Stimulation on Multisecond Oscillations
245
LEARNING FUNCTIONS OF THE BASAL GANGLIA AND ADAPTIVE MOTOR CONTROL
255
Selection and the Basal Ganglia A Role for Dopamine
257
Movement Inhibition and Next Sensory State Prediction in the Basal Ganglia
267
Basal Ganglia Neural Coding of Neural Coding of Natural Action Sequences
279
Activity of the Putametal Neurons in the Monkey During the Sequential Stages of the Behavioural Task
289
LearningSelective Changes in Activity of the Basal Ganglia
297
Cognitive Decision Processes and Functional Characteristics of the Basal Ganglia Reward System
303
A Partial Dopamine Lesion Impairs Performance on a Procedural Learning Task Implications for Parkinsons Disease
311
Neurochemical Evidence that Mesolimbic Noradrenaline Directs Mesolimbic Dopamine Implying That Noradrenaline Like Dopamine Plays a Key R...
323
Tonically Active Neurons in the Striatum of the Monkey Rapidly Signal a Switch in Behavioral Set
335
The Enkephalinexpressing Cells of the Rodent Globus Pallidus
411
Corticostriatal Projections From the Cingulate Motor Areas in the Macaque Monkey
419
Superficial and Deep ThalamoCortical Projections From the Oral Part of the Ventral Lateral Thalamic Nucleus VLo Receiving Inputs to the Internal P...
429
Morphological and Electrophysiological Studies of Substantia Nigra Tegmental Pedunculopontine Nucleus and Subthalamus in Organotypic CoCulture
437
Distribution of the Basal Ganglia and Cerebellar Projections to the Rodent Motor Thalamus
455
THE ACTIONS OF DOPAMINE IN THE BASAL GANGLIA
463
Effects of Dopamine Receptor Stimulation on Single Unit Activity in the Basal Ganglia
465
Immunocytochemical Characterisation of Catecholaminergic Neurons in the Rat Striatum Following Dopamine Depleting Lesions
477
Actions of Dopamine on the Rat Striatal Cholinergic Interneurons
489
Effect of Different Dopaminergic Agonists on the Activity of Pallidal Neurons in the Normal Monkey
499
D₂ Dopamine Receptordeficient Mutant Mice New Tools to Tease Apart Receptor Subtype Electrophysiology
507
Antipsychotic Druginduced Muscle Rigidity and D₂ Receptor Occupancy in the Basal Ganglia of the Rat
519
Differential Modulation of SingleUnit Activity in the Striatum of Freely Behaving Rats by D₁ and D₂ Dopamine Receptors
527
The Relationship of Dopamine Agonistinduced Rotation to Firing Rate Changes in the Basal Ganglia Output Nuclei
537
Firing Patterns of Single Nucleus Accumbens Neurons During Intravenous Cocaine SelfAdministration Sessions
547
NEUROTRANSMITTER FUNCTIONS IN THE BASAL GANGLIA
557
Immediate Early Gene IEG Induction in the Basal Ganglia upon Electrical Stimulation of the Cerebral Cortex Involvement of the MAPkinase Pathwa...
559
Subsynaptic Localization of Group I Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors in the Basal Ganglia
567
Localization and Physiological Roles of Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors in the Indirect Pathway
581
Nicotine Affects Striatal Glutamatergic Function in 6OHDA Lesioned Rats
589
Subcellular and Subsynaptic Localization of Glutamate Transporters in the Monkey Basal Ganglia
599
GlutamateDopamine Interactions in Striatum and Nucleus Accumbens of the Conscious Rat During Aging
615
The Immunohistochemical Localisation of Gaba Receptor Subunits in the Human Striatum
623
Synaptic Localization of GABAᴀ Receptor Subunits in the Basal Ganglia of the Rat
631
Afferent Control of Nigral Dopaminergic Neurons The Role GABAergic Inputs
641
The Role of Striatal Adenosine A₂ᴀ Receptors in Motor Control of Rats
653
A Novel Neuromodulator in Basal Ganglia
661
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Ann M. Graybiel is Walter A. Rosenblith Professor of Neuroscience in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT.

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