Kisou Kubota

Affiliations: 
Kyoto University, Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu, Japan 
Area:
behavioral neurophysiology
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Miyai I, Suzuki T, Mikami A, et al. (2001) Patients with capsular infarct and Wallerian degeneration show persistent regional premotor cortex activation on functional magnetic resonance imaging Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases. 10: 210-216
Suzuki T, Okawa A, Kajiura I, et al. (1999) The Thinking of a Management for Cerebral Palsy from the Recent Advancement of Brain Science The Japanese Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. 36: 100-102
HONGO T, KUBOTA K, SHIMAZU H. (1998) EEG spindle and depression of gamma motor activity. Journal of Neurophysiology. 26: 568-80
Shimazu H, Hongo T, Kubota K. (1998) Two types of central influences on gamma motor system. Journal of Neurophysiology. 25: 309-23
Li BM, Kubota K. (1998) α-2 adrenergic modulation of prefrontal cortical neuronal activity related to a visual discrimination task with GO and NO-GO performances in monkeys Neuroscience Research. 31: 83-95
Yoshino K, Mikami A, Kubota K. (1998) Neuronal activities in the ventral premotor cortex during a visually guided jaw movement in monkeys Neuroscience Research. 30: 321-332
Iwabuchi A, Kubota K. (1998) Laminar organization of neuronal activities in area 8 of rhesus monkeys during a symmetrically reinforced visual GO/NO-GO task International Journal of Neuroscience. 94: 1-25
Hasegawa R, Sawaguchi T, Kubota K. (1998) Monkey prefrontal neuronal activity coding the forthcoming saccade in an oculomotor delayed matching-to-sample task. Journal of Neurophysiology. 79: 322-33
Shimodozono M, Mikami A, Kubota K. (1997) Visual receptive fields and movement fields of visuomovement neurons in the monkey premotol cortex obtained during a visually guided reaching task Neuroscience Research. 29: 55-71
Kodaka Y, Mikami A, Kubota K. (1997) Neuronal activity in the frontal eye field of the monkey is modulated while attention is focused on to a stimulus in the peripheral visual field, irrespective of eye movement. Neuroscience Research. 28: 291-8
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