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Influence of stimulation of the olivocerebellar pathway by harmaline on spatial learning in the rat

Abstract : Administration of harmaline to the rat, which activates synchronously and rhythmically the olivary neurons and the olivocerebellar pathway, elicits visuo-motor, spatial learning and spatial memory deficiencies which are dose-dependent. Since activation and lesion of the olivocerebellar pathway have similar effects, it is concluded that normal functioning of this pathway is required for spatial learning achievement. q
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C Meignin, Pascal Hilber, J. Caston. Influence of stimulation of the olivocerebellar pathway by harmaline on spatial learning in the rat. Brain Research, Elsevier, 1999, 824, pp.277 - 283. ⟨hal-02355833⟩

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