Aya Takemura

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AIST Tsukuba, Аист Снт, Moskovskaya oblast', Russia 
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Takemura A, Matsumoto J, Hashimoto R, et al. (2020) Macaque monkeys show reversed ocular following responses to two-frame-motion stimulus presented with inter-stimulus intervals. Journal of Computational Neuroscience
Miura K, Takemura A, Taki M, et al. (2019) Model of optokinetic responses involving two different visual motion processing pathways. Progress in Brain Research. 248: 329-340
Takemura A, Ofuji T, Miura K, et al. (2017) Neural activity in the dorsal medial superior temporal area of monkeys represents retinal error during adaptive motor learning. Scientific Reports. 7: 40939
Inaba N, Takemura A, Kawano K. (2016) [Representing Spatial Information in the Parietal Association Cortex]. Brain and Nerve = Shinkei Kenkyu No Shinpo. 68: 1321-1333
Takemura A, Kawano K. (2011) The visual back-up to the VOR: Ocular tracking systems with ultra-short latencies and the role of the MST area Equilibrium Research. 70: 95-103
Tamogami J, Kikukawa T, Ikeda Y, et al. (2010) The photochemical reaction cycle and photoinduced proton transfer of sensory rhodopsin II (Phoborhodopsin) from Halobacterium salinarum. Biophysical Journal. 98: 1353-63
Inaba N, Shinomoto S, Yamane S, et al. (2007) MST neurons code for visual motion in space independent of pursuit eye movements. Journal of Neurophysiology. 97: 3473-83
Takemura A, Murata Y, Kawano K, et al. (2007) Deficits in short-latency tracking eye movements after chemical lesions in monkey cortical areas MT and MST. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 27: 529-41
Takemura A, Kawano K. (2006) Neuronal responses in MST reflect the post-saccadic enhancement of short-latency ocular following responses. Experimental Brain Research. 173: 174-9
Kodaka Y, Miura K, Suehiro K, et al. (2004) Ocular tracking of moving targets: effects of perturbing the background. Journal of Neurophysiology. 91: 2474-83
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