(1091) Silent plateau potentials, rhythmic bursts, and pacemaker firing: three patterns of activity that coexist in quadristable subthalamic neurons.   Kass JI and Mintz IM.   2006.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 103, pages 183-188.

(1092) Control of the subthalamic innervation of substantia nigra pars reticulata by D1 and D2 dopamine receptors.   Ibanez-Sandoval O, Hernandez A, Floran B, Galarraga E, Tapia D, Valdiosera R, Erlij D, Aceves J and Bargas J.   2006.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 95, pages 1800-1811.

(1093) Panic-prone state induced in rats with GABA dysfunction in the dorsomedial hypothalamus is mediated by NMDA receptors.   Johnson PL and Shekhar A.   2006.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 26, pages 7093-7104.

(1094) Synaptic and extrasynaptic GABA-A and GABA-B receptors in the globus pallidus: an electron microscopic immunogold analysis in monkeys.   Charara A, Pare JF, Levey AI and Smith Y.   2005.   Neuroscience, volume 131, pages 917-933.

(1095) Stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus changes the firing pattern of pallidal neurons.   Hashimoto T, Elder CM, Okun MS, Patrick SK and Vitek JL.   2003.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 23, pages 1916-1923.   The alleviation of parkinsonian signs for unexplained reasons may have caused the changes in the temporal firing pattern of neurones in GPe and GPi, or may have been associated with them, so that it is overstatement to say that the activation of the STN afferent fibres and the resultant changes in the temporal firing patterns of neurones in GPe and GPi underlie the beneficial effect of HFS in the STN in Parkinson's disease.

(1096) Lysozyme. A bacteriolytic ferment found normally in tissues and secretions.   Fleming A.   1929.   The Lancet, volume 1, pages 217-220.

(1097) Mandeville's Travels. Texts and Translations. Volume 2.   Letts M.   London: The Hakluyt Society.   1953.    Pages 395-396. "En ce pays et par toute Ynde il y a grant foison de cocodrilles, cest vne maniere de lons serpens, si comme ie vous ay autres fois dit, qui par nuyt habitent en leaue et par iour sur terre es roches et es cannaux, et si ne manguent point par tout lyuer, mais gisent ens es bouues, si comme font serpens.  Ces serpens manguent les gens en plourant: et quant il manguent, il mueuent la massille dessus et non pas celi de dessoubz et si nont point de langue."    Translation, by Maureen Tweddell.    "In this country and throughout India there are many crocodiles, a type of long snake, as I have already mentioned, who live in water at night and during the day on land in rocks and caves, and which don't eat in the light, but lie in mud, as snakes do.  These snakes eat people while crying, and when they eat, they move their upper jaw, not the lower one, and never their tongue."

(1098) New data on the precise location of the lacrimo-muconasal nucleus of the rat.   Insausti R and Gonzalo LM.   1980.   Experientia, volume 36, pages 977-978.

(1099) Central origins of cranial nerve parasympathetic neurons in the rat.   Contreras RJ, Gomez MM and Norgren R.   1980.   Journal of Comparative Neurology, volume 190, pages 373-394.

(1100) Three novel neural pathways to the lacrimal glands of the cat: an investigation with cholera toxin B subunit as a retrograde tracer.   Cheng S-B, Kuchiiwa S, Kuchiiwa T and Nakagawa S.   2000.   Brain Research, volume 873, pages 160-164.