Mark Lvovich Shik

Institute for the Problems of Information Transmission, Moskva, Moscow, Russia 
"Mark Shik"

Марк Львович Шик

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Budakova NN, Shik ML. (1980) [Walking does not require continuity of the medullar "locomotion strip"]. Biulleten' Eksperimental'NoÄ­ Biologii I Meditsiny. 89: 3-6
Shik ML, Iagodnitsyn AS. (1978) [Reactions of cat hindbrain "locomotor strip" neurons to microstimulation]. Neir̆Ofiziologiia = Neurophysiology. 10: 510-8
Shik ML, Iagodnitsyn AS. (1977) [Pontobulbar "locomotor strip"]. Neir̆Ofiziologiia = Neurophysiology. 9: 95-7
Shik ML, Yagodnitsyn AS. (1977) The pontobulbar "locomotor strip" Neurophysiology. 9: 72-74
Budakova NN, Shik ML. (1974) Stepping movements of the forelimbs and the Schiff--Sherrington phenomenon. Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine. 77: 222-5
Budakova NN, Shik ML. (1970) Effect of brain-stem stimulation evoking locomotion on ascending reflexes in the mesencephalic cat Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine. 69: 5-8
Severin FV, Orlovskii GN, Shik ML. (1968) Reciprocal influences on work of single motoneurons during controlled locomotion Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine. 66: 713-716
Shik ML, Orlovskii GN, Severin FV. (1968) Locomotion of the mesencephalic cat elicited by stimulation of the pyramids Biophysics. 13: 143-152
Shik ML, Severin FV, OrlovskiÄ­ GN. (1967) [Structures of the brain stem responsible for evoked locomotion]. FiziologicheskiÄ­ Zhurnal Sssr Imeni I. M. Sechenova. 53: 1125-32
Severin FV, Shik ML, Orlovskii GN. (1967) Work of the muscles and single motor neurones during controlled locomotion Biophysics. 12: 762-772
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