Victor J. Wilson

Rockefeller University, New York, NY, United States 
Spinal cord electrophysiology presynaptic and postsynaptic inhibition, vestibulospinal reflex
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Goldberg JM, Wilson VJ, Cullen KE, et al. (2012) The Vestibular System: A Sixth Sense The Vestibular System: a Sixth Sense. 1-560
Uchino Y, Sato H, Zakir M, et al. (2001) Commissural effects in the otolith system. Experimental Brain Research. 136: 421-30
Wilson VJ, Schor RH. (1999) The neural substrate of the vestibulocollic reflex. What needs to be learned. Experimental Brain Research. 129: 483-93
Wilson VJ, Zarzecki P, Schor RH, et al. (1999) Cortical influences on the vestibular nuclei of the cat. Experimental Brain Research. 125: 1-13
Yajima K, Nishiyama M, Yamamoto Y, et al. (1999) Inhibition of endothelium-dependent hyperpolarization by endothelial prostanoids in guinea-pig coronary artery. British Journal of Pharmacology. 126: 1-10
Sato H, Ohkawa T, Uchino Y, et al. (1997) Excitatory connections between neurons of the central cervical nucleus and vestibular neurons in the cat. Experimental Brain Research. 115: 381-6
Thomson DB, Isu N, Wilson VJ. (1996) Responses of neurons of the cat central cervical nucleus to natural neck and vestibular stimulation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 76: 2786-89
Isu N, Thomson DB, Wilson VJ. (1996) Vestibulospinal effects on neurons in different regions of the gray matter of the cat upper cervical cord. Journal of Neurophysiology. 76: 2439-46
Wilson VJ, Ikegami H, Schor RH, et al. (1996) Tilt responses of neurons in the caudal descending nucleus of the decerebrate cat: influence of the caudal cerebellar vermis and of neck receptors. Journal of Neurophysiology. 75: 1242-9
Thomson DB, Ikegami H, Wilson VJ. (1995) Effect of MLF transection on the vertical vestibulocollic reflex in decerebrate cats. Journal of Neurophysiology. 74: 1815-8
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