interpositus nucleus

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in·ter·po·si·tus nu·cle·us

collective term denoting the globosus nucleus and emboliform nucleus of the cerebellum.
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Thompson, "Reversible inactivation of the cerebellar interpositus nucleus completely prevents acquisition of the classically conditioned eye-blink response," Learning & Memory, vol.
Both the paravermal cerebelar cortex and the posterior interpositus nucleus are related to reflex and acquired eyelid responses, contributing to its proper performance, but not to its acquisition.
The role of interpositus nucleus in eyelid conditioned responses.
Role of cerebellar interpositus nucleus in the genesis and control of reflex and conditioned eyelid responses.
We have demonstrated in a previous study that (1) high-frequency stimulation in the interpositus nucleus at low intensities decreases the amplitudes of corticomotor responses recorded ipsilaterally, suggesting a decreased excitability of the pyramidal system, and (2) anodal DCS of the motor cortex reverts this depressive effect [4].
According to this brainstem-cerebellar model, the pontine nucleus receive projections from both cortical and subcortical structures implicated in conveying CSt information (auditory, somatosensory, visual and association systems) [131-134] and sending axons (MFs) directly to the cerebellar cortex and the DCN, particularly to the interpositus nucleus (IN) [135-137].
+] channel CF: Climbing fiber CR: Conditioned response CS: Complex spike CSt: Conditioned stimulus DCN: Deep cerebellar nuclei EPSP: Excitatory postsynaptic potential FAS: Fetal alcohol syndrome [GABA.sub.A]: [gamma]-aminobutyric acid receptor type A GC: Granular cell GFAP: Glial fibrillary acid protein IN: Interpositus nucleus IO: Inferior olive IPSP: Inhibitory postsynaptic potential LFP: Local field potential LTD: Long-term depression LTP: Long-term potentiation MF: Mossy fiber PC: Purkinje Cell PF: Parallel fiber SS: Simple spike UR: Unconditioned response USt: Unconditioned stimulus VOR: Vestibulo-ocular reflex.
Gruart, "The role of interpositus nucleus in eyelid conditioned responses," Cerebellum, vol.
Anatomical evidence for direct projections from the pontine nuclei to the cerebellar interpositus nucleus, " Behavioral and Neural Biology, vol.
Delgado-Garcia, "Role of cerebellar interpositus nucleus in the genesis and control of reflex and conditioned eyelid responses," Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Delgado-Garcia, "Cerebellar posterior interpositus nucleus as an enhancer of classically conditioned eyelid responses in alert cats, " Journal of Neurophysiology, vol.