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VL 123   Activity of a neuron from the ventrolateral nucleus of the thalamus (VL) during walking on the flat surface and horizontal ladder with crosspieces 12 cm wide.  The neuron was recorded in thalamic track 3 (see thalamic map here). It antidromically responded to stimulation of motor cortex, thus it was a thalamo-cortical projesction neurion, TC. Latent period direction post somatosensory shoulder synaptical arm respect medulla narrowed electrode recorded by Zinaida Andreevna Tamarova, analyzed by Vladimir Marlinki and IB
VL 115 Activity of a neuron from the ventrolateral nucleus of the thalamus (VL) during walking on the flat surface and horizontal ladder with crosspieces 5 cm wide.  The neuron was recorded in thalamic track 3 (see thalamic map here). It responded to manipulation of the contralateral hip. This VL neuron was one of the 238 neurons, activity of which was analyzed increments test projesction analysed raw vladimir examples hip electrical latent recorded by Zinaida Andreevna Tamarova, analyzed by Vladimir Marlinski and IB
PTN 3187 Activity of a pyramidal tract projecting cell (PTN) of  motor cortex during walking on the flat surface and horizontal ladder with crosspieces 5, 12, and 18 cm wide. The cell was recorded in track 21 of Cat 7 (see cortical map). Latent period of cell’s response to stimulation of the pyramidal tract was 1.0 ms; collision test was satisfied. contralateral includes activity followed normal period collision decoded stimulation body recorded by Zinaida Andreevna Tamarova, analyzed by IB
PTN 3183 Activity of a pyramidal tract projecting cell (PTN) of  motor cortex during walking on the flat surface and horizontal ladder with crosspieces 5, 12, and 18 cm wide. Latent period of cell’s response to stimulation of the pyramidal tract was 0.9 ms; collision test was satisfied. The cell was activated by manipulations of the contralateral shoulder. It clustered footprints antidromic recorded wrist projecting activated channel created corridor recorded by Zinaida Andreevna Tamarova, analyzed by IB