Vlastislav Bracha

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Biomedical Sciences Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
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Neuroscience Biology
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Carrel AJ, Zenitsky GD, Bracha V. (2013) Blocking glutamate-mediated inferior olivary signals abolishes expression of conditioned eyeblinks but does not prevent their acquisition. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 9097-103
Perciavalle V, Apps R, Bracha V, et al. (2013) Consensus paper: current views on the role of cerebellar interpositus nucleus in movement control and emotion. Cerebellum (London, England). 12: 738-57
Zbarska S, Bracha V. (2012) Assessing the role of inferior olivary sensory signaling in the expression of conditioned eyeblinks using a combined glutamate/GABAA receptor antagonist protocol. Journal of Neurophysiology. 107: 273-82
Carrel AJ, Zbarska S, Zenitsky GD, et al. (2012) A trigeminal conditioned stimulus yields fast acquisition of cerebellum-dependent conditioned eyeblinks. Behavioural Brain Research. 226: 189-96
Parker KL, Bracha V. (2009) Inactivating the middle cerebellar peduncle abolishes the expression of short-latency conditioned eyeblinks. Brain Research. 1303: 32-8
Parker KL, Zbarska S, Carrel AJ, et al. (2009) Blocking GABAA neurotransmission in the interposed nuclei: effects on conditioned and unconditioned eyeblinks. Brain Research. 1292: 25-37
Zbarska S, Bloedel JR, Bracha V. (2008) Cerebellar dysfunction explains the extinction-like abolition of conditioned eyeblinks after NBQX injections in the inferior olive. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 28: 10-20
Nilaweera WU, Zenitsky GD, Bracha V. (2005) Inactivation of the brachium conjunctivum prevents extinction of classically conditioned eyeblinks. Brain Research. 1045: 175-84
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