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TitleThe Basal Ganglia II [electronic resource] : Structure and Functionโ{128}{148}Current Concepts / edited by Malcolm B. Carpenter, A. Jayaraman
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1987
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This volume was generated from papers presented at the Second Triennial Symposium of the International Basal Ganglia Society (IBAGS) held at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, July 21-23, 1986. The meeting was held as a satellite symposium following the XXX Congress of the International Union of Physiological Sciences at Vancouver. IBAGS was founded at a similar satellite symposium held in Lorne, Australia, organized by John S. McKenzie and sponsored by the University of Melbourne. The symposium held in Australia was attended by 50 scientists from 12 different countries. The results of the first symposium, edited by John S. McKenzie, Robert E. Kemm and Lynette N. Wilcock, were published by Plenum Press in 1984 under the title, The Basal Ganglia - Structure and Function. It was decided that the Society should meet on a triennial basis. The time and place for Second IBAGS Symposium were set by A.G. Phillips who served as Chairman of the Program Committee along with I. Divac, S.A. Greenfield and E.T. Rolls and J.S. McKenzie. Michael E. Corcoran of the Department of Psychology, University of Victoria served as the on-site coordinator and arranger for the Symposium. He was ably assisted by Ms. Morag McNeil who handled the details which made the meeting run smoothly


Chem?cal Neuroanatomy of the Basal Ganglia -- Chemical Anatomy of the Basal Ganglia in Primates -- GABA and Enkephalin Immunoreactivity in Monkey Neostriatum -- Organization of Peptidergic Afferents to the Striatum -- The Neostriatum Mosaic: Compartmental Organization of Mesostriatal Systems -- The Development of Striatal Compartments: From Proliferation to Patches -- Somatostatin-Dopamine Interactions in the Rat Striatum -- Application of in Vivo Electrochemistry to Cholecystokinin-Dopamine Interactions in the Ventral Striatum -- Neuropharmacology of the Striatum and Substantia Nigra -- Role of D1 and D2 Dopamine Receptors in the Mammalian Striatum: Electrophysiological Studies and Functional Implications -- Dopamine Control of Excitability Changes in Nigrostriatal Terminals -- Modulation of Striatal Dopamine System by Thyrotropin-Releasing Hormone and Cyclo (His-Pro) -- Cyperquat (MPP+), but not MPTP or Paraquat Inhibits Oxygen Consumption in Mitochondria from Rat Striatum -- Benzodiazepine Receptors in the Striatum of the Human Brain -- Neurotransmitters in the Basal Ganglia and Motor Thalamus: Their Role for the Regulation of Muscle Tone -- Anatomy and Physiology of the Striatum, Pallidum and Relate Nuclei -- Spatial Organization and Information Processing in the Core of the Basal Ganglia -- Age-Related Dendritic Changes of Spiny and Aspiny Neurons in the Rodent Striatum -- Boundaries and Connections of the Ventral Pallidum in Rat and Monkey with Reference to Man -- Growth Factors in the Basal Ganglia -- On the Basal Ganglia of a Reptile: the Lizard Gekko Gecko -- The Detailed Morphology of the Cortical Terminals of the Thalamocortical Fibres from the Ventromedial Nucleus in the Rat -- Recent Research on the Centromedian and Parafascicular Nuclei -- A Demonstration of Tonic Inhibitory and Facilitatory Striatal Actions on Substantia Nigra Neurons -- Motor Responses to GABA-ergic Interference in the Rat Entopeduncular Nucleus in Relation to Rotation Mechanisms -- The Putamen Neuron: Activity and the Association of a Sensory Stimulus with Movement in the Monkey -- Neuronal Activity in the Ventral Striatum of the Primate -- Anatomy and Physiology of the Subthalamic Nucleus: A Driving Force of the Basal Ganglia -- Animal Models of Basal Ganglia Disorders -- Basal Ganglia Mechanisms Mediating Experimental Dyskinesia in the Monkey -- New Parallels Between Parkinsonโ{128}{153}s Disease and MPTP-Induced Parkinsonism in the Monkey -- MPTP Parkinsonism in the Cat: Pattern of Neuronal Loss May Partially be Explained by the Distribution of MAO-B in the Brain -- Altered Tonic Activity of Neurons in the Globus Pallidus and Subthalamic Nucleus in the Primate MPTP Model of Parkinsonism -- Integration of Motor Functions in the Basal Ganglia -- Weaver โ{128}{148} A Mutant Gene that Affects the Basal Ganglia -- Effects of MPTP on Nigrostriatal and Mesolimbic Dopaminergic Systems in Young and Aged Mice -- Basal Ganglia Disorders in Man -- Two Groups of Extrapyramidal Involuntary Movements -- Regression of Striatal Dendrites in Parkinsonโ{128}{153}s Disease -- Activity of Caudate Neurons in Humans -- Roles of the Basal Ganglia and Related Structure in Symptoms of Dystonia -- Far-Field Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in Huntingtonโ{128}{153}s Disease -- Huntingtonโ{128}{153}s Disease: Neuropathological Grading -- Participants and Contributors to the Symposium

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