Yasuhiko Saito

Affiliations: 
Neurophysiology Nara Medical University 
Area:
Neurophysiology
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http://www.naramed-u.ac.jp/~1phy/
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Saito Y, Sugimura T. (2019) Different activation mechanisms of excitatory networks in the rat oculomotor integrators for vertical and horizontal gaze holding. Eneuro
Nishitani A, Kunisawa N, Sugimura T, et al. (2018) Loss of HCN1 subunits causes absence epilepsy in rats. Brain Research
Sugioka M, Saito Y. (2018) Purinergic modulation of neuronal activity in the rat prepositus hypoglossi nucleus. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Sugioka M, Saito Y. (2018) Purinergic modulation of neuronal activity in the rat prepositus hypoglossi nucleus. European Journal of Neuroscience. 48: 3354-3366
Zhang Y, Yanagawa Y, Saito Y. (2018) Firing responses mediated via distinct nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subtypes in rat prepositus hypoglossi nuclei neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology
Zhang Y, Yanagawa Y, Saito Y. (2018) Firing responses mediated via distinct nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subtypes in rat prepositus hypoglossi nuclei neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology. 120: 1525-1533
Saito Y, Sugimura T, Yanagawa Y. (2017) Comparisons of Neuronal and Excitatory Network Properties between the Rat Brainstem Nuclei that Participate in Vertical and Horizontal Gaze Holding. Eneuro. 4
Saito Y, Sugimura T, Yanagawa Y.. (2017) Comparisons of neuronal and excitatory network properties between the rat brainstem nuclei that participate in vertical and horizontal gaze holding. Eneuro. 4
Saito Y, Yanagawa Y. (2017) Distinct response properties of rat prepositus hypoglossi nucleus neurons classified on the basis of firing patterns. Neuroscience Research
Saito Y, Yanagawa Y. (2017) Distinct response properties of rat prepositus hypoglossi nucleus neurons classified on the basis of firing patterns. Neuroscience Research. 121: 18-28
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