Effect of pharmacological inactivation of nucleus reticularis tegmenti pontis on saccadic eye movements in the monkey

JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY, pp. 3698-3711, 2006.

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The superior colliculus (SC) provides signals for the generation of saccades via a direct pathway to the brain stem burst generator (BG). In addition, it sends saccade-related activity to the BG indirectly through the cerebellum via a relay in the nucleus reticularis tegmenti pontis (NRTP). Lesions of the oculomotor vermis, lobules VIc an...More

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