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Eugenio Scarnati
Eugenio Scarnati
Professor of Human Physiology, University of L'Aquila, Italy (retired 2019) email: escae@libero.it
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Neuronal activity in monkey ventral striatum related to the expectation of reward
W Schultz, P Apicella, E Scarnati, T Ljungberg
Journal of Neuroscience 12 (12), 4595-4610, 1992
10411992
Bilateral deep brain stimulation of the pedunculopontine and subthalamic nuclei in severe Parkinson's disease
A Stefani, AM Lozano, A Peppe, P Stanzione, S Galati, D Tropepi, ...
Brain 130, 1596-1607, 2007
9022007
In: Models of information processing in the basal ganglia
JC Houk, JL Davis, DG Beiser (Eds)
Models of information processing in the basal ganglia, 1995
882*1995
Responses to reward in monkey dorsal and ventral striatum
P Apicella, T Ljungberg, E Scarnati, W Schultz
Experimental Brain Research 85 (3), 491-500, 1991
4981991
Implantation of human pedunculopontine nucleus: a safe and clinically relevant target in Parkinson's disease
P Mazzone, A Lozano, P Stanzione, S Galati, E Scarnati, A Peppe, ...
Neuroreport 16 (17), 1877-181, 2005
4772005
Fisiologia Medica
AC Guyton, E Hall
Scarnati, E. (ed): Fisiologia Medica, Italian version of the 10th americaná…, 2001
460*2001
Neuronal activity in monkey striatum related to the expectation of predictable environmental events
P Apicella, E Scarnati, T Ljungberg, W Schultz
Journal of Neurophysiology 68, 945-945, 1992
3791992
In: Neuromodulation (1st edition)
ES Krames, PH Peckham, A Rezai
Academic Press, 2009
250*2009
Tonically discharging neurons of monkey striatum respond to preparatory and rewarding stimuli
P Apicella, E Scarnati, W Schultz
Experimental Brain Research 84 (3), 672-675, 1991
2261991
A microiontophoretic study on the nature of the putative synaptic neurotransmitter involved in the pedunculopontine-substantia nigra pars compacta excitatory pathway of the rat
E Scarnati, A Proia, E Campana, C Pacitti
Experimental Brain Research 62 (3), 470-478, 1986
1771986
Role of primate basal ganglia and frontal cortex in the internal generation of movements. II. Movement related activity in the anterior striatum
R Romo, E Scarnati, W Schultz
Experimental Brain Research. 91 (3), 385-395, 1992
1701992
Context-dependent activity in primate striatum reflecting past and future behavioral events.
W Schultz, P Apicella, R Romo, E Scarnati
Computational Neuroscience. Models of information processing in the basalá…, 1995
1611995
Pedunculopontine-evoked excitation of substantia nigra neurons in the rat
E Scarnati, E Campana, C Pacitti
Brain Research 304 (2), 351-361, 1984
1391984
Reward-related activity in monkey striatum and substantia nigra
W Schultz, P Apicella, T Ljungberg, R Romo, E Scarnati
Progr.Brain Research 99, 227-235, 1993
1251993
In: Neural Mechanisms in Disorders of Movement
AR Crossman, MA Sambrook (Eds)
Libbey, 1989
1201989
The reciprocal electrophysiological influence between the nucleus tegmenti pedunculopontinus and the substantia nigra in normal and decorticated rats
E Scarnati, A Proia, S Di Loreto, C Pacitti
Brain Research 423 (1), 116-124, 1987
1111987
Pharmacological study of the cortical-induced excitation of subthalamic nucleus neurons in the rat: evidence for amino acids as putative neurotransmitters
B Rouzaire-Dubois, E Scarnati
Neuroscience 21 (2), 429-440, 1987
1021987
Role of tonically-active neurons in the control of striatal function: cellular mechanisms and behavioral correlates
A Pisani, P Bonsi, B Picconi, M Tolu, P Giacomini, E Scarnati
Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 25 (1), 211-230, 2001
952001
Evidence that non-NMDA receptors are involved in the excitatory pathway from the pedunculopontine region to nigrostriatal dopaminergic neurons
S Di Loreto, T Florio, E Scarnati
Experimental Brain Research 89 (1), 79-86, 1992
951992
Bilateral corticosubthalamic nucleus projections: an electrophysiological study in rats with chronic cerebral lesions
B Rouzaire-Dubois, E Scarnati
Neuroscience 15 (1), 69-79, 1985
911985
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