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Gordon Arbuthnott
Gordon Arbuthnott
OIST Graduate University
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Quantitative recording of rotational behavior in rats after 6-hydroxy-dopamine lesions of the nigrostriatal dopamine system
U Ungerstedt, GW Arbuthnott
Brain research 24 (3), 485-493, 1970
23081970
Selective elimination of glutamatergic synapses on striatopallidal neurons in Parkinson disease models
M Day, Z Wang, J Ding, X An, CA Ingham, AF Shering, D Wokosin, E Ilijic, ...
Nature neuroscience 9 (2), 251-259, 2006
7512006
Crossed connections of the substantia nigra in the rat
CR Gerfen, WA Staines, HC Fibiger, GW Arbuthnott
Journal of Comparative Neurology 207 (3), 283-303, 1982
4981982
Dopamine reverses the depression of rat corticostriatal synapses which normally follows high-frequency stimulation of cortex in vitro
JR Wickens, AJ Begg, GW Arbuthnott
Neuroscience 70 (1), 1-5, 1996
4111996
Amphetamine‐induced dopamine release in the rat striatum: an in vivo microdialysis study
SP Butcher, IS Fairbrother, JS Kelly, GW Arbuthnott
Journal of neurochemistry 50 (2), 346-355, 1988
3481988
Plasticity of synapses in the rat neostriatum after unilateral lesion of the nigrostriatal dopaminergic pathway
CA Ingham, SH Hood, P Taggart, GW Arbuthnott
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (12), 4732-4743, 1998
3301998
Space, time and dopamine
GW Arbuthnott, J Wickens
Trends in neurosciences 30 (2), 62-69, 2007
3052007
Therapeutic deep brain stimulation in Parkinsonian rats directly influences motor cortex
Q Li, Y Ke, DCW Chan, ZM Qian, KKL Yung, H Ko, GW Arbuthnott, ...
Neuron 76 (5), 1030-1041, 2012
2932012
Evidence of a breakdown of corticostriatal connections in Parkinson’s disease
B Stephens, AJ Mueller, AF Shering, SH Hood, P Taggart, GW Arbuthnott, ...
Neuroscience 132 (3), 741-754, 2005
2872005
Resonant antidromic cortical circuit activation as a consequence of high-frequency subthalamic deep-brain stimulation
S Li, GW Arbuthnott, MJ Jutras, JA Goldberg, D Jaeger
Journal of neurophysiology 98 (6), 3525-3537, 2007
2712007
Spine density on neostriatal neurones changes with 6-hydroxydopamine lesions and with age
CA Ingham, SH Hood, GW Arbuthnott
Brain research 503 (2), 334-338, 1989
2461989
Intracranial self-stimulation with electrodes in the region of the locus coeruleus
TJ Crow, PJ Spear, GW Arbuthnott
Brain Research 36 (2), 275-287, 1972
2461972
Graft-derived recovery from 6-OHDA lesions: specificity of ventral mesencephalic graft tissues
SB Dunnett, TD Hernandez, A Summerfield, GH Jones, G Arbuthnott
Experimental brain research 71 (2), 411-424, 1988
1871988
Dopamine and synaptic plasticity in the neostriatum
GW Arbuthnott, CA Ingham, JR Wickens
The Journal of Anatomy 196 (4), 587-596, 2000
1852000
Striatal contributions to reward and decision making: making sense of regional variations in a reiterated processing matrix
JR Wickens, CS Budd, BI Hyland, GW Arbuthnott
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1104 (1), 192-212, 2007
1842007
The basic domain of the lentiviral Tat protein is responsible for damages in mouse brain: involvement of cytokines
V Philippon, C Vellutini, D Gambarelli, G Harkiss, G Arbuthnott, D Metzger, ...
Virology 205 (2), 519-529, 1994
1821994
Morphological changes in the rat neostriatum after unilateral 6-hydroxydopamine injections into the nigrostriatal pathway
CA Ingham, SH Hood, B Van Maldegem, A Weenink, GW Arbuthnott
Experimental brain research 93 (1), 17-27, 1993
1781993
Effects of selective monoamine oxidase inhibitors on the in vivo release and metabolism of dopamine in the rat striatum
SP Butcher, IS Fairbrother, JS Kelly, GW Arbuthnott
Journal of neurochemistry 55 (3), 981-988, 1990
1621990
Feedback loop or output pathway in striato-nigral fibres?
M Garcia-Munoz, NM Nicolaou, IF Tulloch, AK Wright, GW Arbuthnott
Nature 265 (5592), 363-365, 1977
1591977
The electrophysiology of dopamine (D2) receptors: a study of the actions of dopamine on corticostriatal transmission
JR Brown, GW Arbuthnott
Neuroscience 10 (2), 349-355, 1983
1581983
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