The Basal Ganglia VIII

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John Paul Bolam, Cali A. Ingham, Peter J. Magill
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 26, 2006 - Medical - 630 pages
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The aim of the International Meetings of the Basal Ganglia Society (IBAGS) is to provide a unique environment for the open presentation and discussion of new and challenging information about the basal ganglia as it relates to health and disease, covering all areas of basic science and research. Specific topics of the proceedings of this Eighth International Triennial Meeting of the Basal Ganglia Society include behavior, circuitry, functional imaging, modelling, movement disorders, neuropathology, neurotransmitters, pharmacology, physiology, plasticity, treatments for basal ganglia disorders, ventral systems, health and disease, immunology and basal ganglia, and much more.
 

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Contents

The Good the Bad and the Unexpected
3
Participation of Striatal Neurons in LargeScale Oscillatory Networks
25
A Partial Spectra Method for Predicting Spike Correlations from Local
47
Limitations of the Isolated GPSTN Network
65
Short and LongTerm Modulation of Synaptic Activity in Striatal
91
Striatal Acetylcholine Control of RewardRelated Dopamine Signalling
99
Changes of Glutamatergic Control of Striatal Acetylcholine Release
109
Localization and Functions of Kainate Receptors in the Rat Globus
131
Early Behavioral Phenotypes in Mouse Models of Huntingtons
349
Changes in the Expression of Tonic and Phasic Neurochemical
371
Bilateral Somatosensory Responses of Pallidal Neurons in Humans
381
Biochemical Markers of DBSInduced Transition from Off to On
397
Thalamic and Cortical Changes in Parkinsonian Disorders
415
SECTION VI
436
Feedforward and Feedback Inhibition in the Neostriatum
457
Integration of Cortical Activity by Striatal Medium Spiny Neurons
475

Modulatory Role of NK1 Receptors in the Basal Ganglia Studies
151
Trace Amines Cause More Than One Effect on Dopaminergic Neurons
161
Regulation of Dopamine Release and Dopamine Cell Activity
177
Effects
197
Anterograde Trophic Mechanisms Participate in Pattern Formation
219
Pitx3 is Necessary for Survival of Midbrain Dopaminergic Neuron
265
D1Dopamine Receptor Supersensitivity in the DopamineDepleted
275
Partial Dopamine
295
Striatal Grafts and Synaptic Plasticity
313
Intralaminar Thalamic Nuclei are Main Regulators of Basal Ganglia
331
Activation of NOS Interneurones in Striatum after Excitotoxic Lesions
485
Nitric Oxide Signaling Modulates the Responsiveness of Striatal Medium
503
The Pedunculopontine and Reinforcement
523
Glutamatergic and GABAergic Control of Pallidal Activity in Monkeys
545
Evidence from
563
The Basal GangliaThalamocortical Circuit Originating in the Ventral
585
The Subthalamic Region of the Sheep
593
Local Connectivity between Neurons of the Rat Globus Pallidus
611
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