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Poster (53)

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Poster
Pietrajtis, K.; Sara, S.; Logothetis, N.; Eschenko, O.: Dopaminergic and noradrenergic modulation of the rat prefrontal cortex: in vivo electrophysiological study. 10th Conference of Junior Neuroscientists of Tübingen (NeNa 2009), Ellwangen, Germany (2009)
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Simanova, I.; Canals, S.; Eschenko, O.; Logothetis, N.: Imaging of learning-associated brain activity in freely behaving rats using manganese-enhanced MRI (MEMRI). 6th Forum of European Neuroscience (FENS 2008), Geneva, Switzerland (2008)
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Sheftel, I.; Canals, S.; Eschenko, O.; Logothetis, N.: Evaluation of motor and cognitive effects of systemic MnCl2 injection: Implication for longitudinal MRI studies. 8th Conference of Tuebingen Junior Neuroscientists (NeNa 2007), Freudenstadt, Germany (2007)
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Yeshenko, O.; Moelle, M.; Marshall, L.; Born, J.; Sara, S.: Locus coeruleus firing during SWS is time locked to slow oscillations: possible contribution of the noradrenergic system to off-line information processing in rats. 18th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society (ESRS 2006), Innsbruck, Austria (2006)
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Nikolskaya, K.; Yeshchenko, O.: A new behavioral model to study animal cognition. 9th World Congress of the International Organization of Psychophysiology (IOP 1998), Taormina, Italy (1998)
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Yeshchenko, O.; Nikolskaya, K.; Shpinkova, V.; Kostenkova, V.: Magnetic field determines forming of motivation. 9th World Congress of the International Organization of Psychophysiology (IOP 1998), Taormina, Italy (1998)
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Yeshchenko, O.; Nikolskaya, K.: Forming of motivation is dependent on parameters of external magnetic field. Forum of European Neuroscience (FENS 1998), Berlin, Germany (1998)
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Pratusevich, V.; Yeschenko, O.; Nikolskaya, K.: A new insight into the mechanism of nootropic action of an opiate. Experimental Biology 1997, New Orleans, LA, USA (1997)

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Working Paper
Totah, N.; Eschenko, O.; Logothetis, N.: Synchronous spiking associated with high gamma oscillations in prefrontal cortex exerts top-down control over a 5Hz-rhythmic modulation of spiking in locus coeruleus. (submitted)
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