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  1. ute or so, very quickly after the transection of the midbrain. In the other animals, however, no rigidity at all appeared-the animals continuing to show throughout the period of observation anattitude of flaccid flexion. This failure to develop rigidity, even after several hours, suggested that the cooling and unavoidable trauma applied to the.
  2. e if the influence of the vestibulospinal system might be.
  3. utionin the amountof carbon dioxide,then the rigidity probably corresponds with ordinary muscular contraction in causing anincreased production of carbon dioxide. APPARATUS. Theartificial respiration wassupplied.
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  5. An important question that arose in relation to the decerebration experiment was whether the extensor hypertonus was due to excessive activation of alpha or of gamma extensor motor neurons. To answer this question, the posterior root input from one extremity was interrupted in a decerebrate animal ( Figs. 24.9 A , B , 24.10 A , B , and 24.13 )

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  1. Quite a few of these mechanisms have been described using the decerebrate cat. Locomotion is initiated in decerebrate cats by activation of the mesencephalic locomotor region (MLR) that activates the medial medullary reticular formation (MRF) which in turn projects axons to the spinal cord which descend within the ventrolateral funiculus (VLF)
  2. Decerebrate rigidity may also be produced by the anaemic method originally described by POLLOCK and DAVIS (1930). The work of GRANIT, HOLMGREN and MERTON (1955) indicated that the rigidity of cats decerebrated by the anaemic method was due to overactivity of the a-motor system directly without the involvement of the y-motoneurones
  3. Decerebrate Rigidity • CS Sherrington did this operation on experiment on cat in 1890. • Transaction made in between superior and inferior colliculi so animal develops decerebrate rigidity. 70. Features • Hyper extended all limbs, become rigid like pillars • Hypertonia of both muscles (flexors and extensors) • Tail and neck hyper.
  4. related to anychanges in blood pressure of the decerebrate cat. 6. Dimethothiazine appears to reduce the effects of both the dynamic and static fusimotor fibres on the spindle. 7. The doses of dimethothiazine which effect spindle discharge frequency are similar to those requiredto reducedecerebrate rigidity. Ilntroductio

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  1. opropiophenone (MP) derivatives, whose structure is known to have central muscle relaxant activities, and quinolizidine and indan . tetralin derivatives derived from MP by cyclization, and we investigated the central muscle relaxant activity
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  3. 1. Decerebrate cat. Tonic activity in the intercostal muscles (1). Between the inspiratory discharges in the diaphragm no activity except the ECG (2). Stimulation of the skin evokes a cramp of decerebrate rigidity. Tonic activity is increased in the intercostal muscles (3) and appears between the inspiratory discharges of the diaphragm

10. It is therefore evident that the decerebrate rigidity differs from tetanus in that it does not cause an increase in carbon dioxide output. 11. Decapitation and cutting of the spinal cord both diminish the carbon dioxide output. This, as shown above, cannot be due to the abolition of the rigidity Decerebrate rigidity was uniform but extensor rigidity of the front legs alternated with flexor rigidity. Similar clinical and experimental observations were known but no explanation offered. Trendelenburg noted that motor disorders in dogs after decortication disappeared rapidly if a bilateral operation were done on the brain A supertension of extensor muscles of extremities and back (decerebrate rigidity) is observed in an experiment on a cat. What level is the section done at? Spinal cord. Between spinal cord and medulla oblongata. Below vestibular nuclei. Above red nuclei. Below red nuclei decerebrate rigidity. In an experiment to study this point I have found that plastic tone does not disappear after removal of the nucleus of Deiters. First, decerebrate rigidity was pro duced by cutting across the mid-brain between the superior and inferior colliculi. Extensor rigidity developed rapidly and well. Now, in a phase o An important question that arose in relation to the decerebration experiment was whether the extensor hypertonus was due to excessive activation of alpha or of gamma extensor motor neurons. To answer this question, the posterior root input from one extremity was interrupted in a decerebrate animal (Figs. 24.9A, B, 24.10A, B, and 24.13.

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Pollock and Davis devised a 2-step method of producing decerebrate rigidity by anemia In another experiment, Stewart et al. interrupted the cerebral circulation for periods of 3 to 81 min by ligation of the innominate and left subclavian arteries proximal to the origin of the vertebral, in 93 cats. The eye reflexes disappeared very quickly. Буклет 2013 року. In the experiment, an animal had its brain stem cut, which caused a rapid increase of extensor muscle tone (decerebrate rigidity). This condition arose because the muscles were no more under the control of the following brain structure: Black substance 2%. Blue spot 0%. Gray tuber 2% In the experiment, an animal had its brain stem cut, which caused a rapid increase of extensor muscle tone (decerebrate rigidity). This condition arose because the muscles were no more under the control of the following brain structure The myotatic reflex in decerebrate rigidity is suppressed by applying procain to the nerve, which does not diminish the response of the muscle to stimulation of the nerve. This effect is due to the selective paralysis of the fusimotor fibres (Matthews and Rush worth)

The mechanical effect of acute decerebrate rigidity upon the ICP and the mechanisms underlying the relationship between them have been investigated with experiments performed on 26 cats. It has been shown that: a) Extreme rigidity of the peripheral musculature with or without partial activation of the trunkal muscles produces no change in ICP. Experiment on Mid-collicular Decerebrate Cats In our first series of experiments, we found that, in decerebrate cats, 35 per cent alcohol on application on the motor nerve removed the rigidity without diminishing the tetanus, but it was impossible, for technical reasons, to observe the decerebrate cat for a long period To search a new, high successful experimental method about injuring cerebellum and decerebrate rigidity and to merge two independent experiments into one. The authors made an injury on one side of mouse 's cerebellum by nonanesthesia and noncraniotomy, and basing on this,cut across the brain stem at 0.5-1 cm in front of the mouse 's lambdoid suture to remove the cerebrum

The mechanical effect of acute decerebrate rigidity upon the ICP and the mechanisms underlying the relationship between them have been investigated with experiments performed on 26 cats. It has been shown that: a) Extreme rigidity of the peripheral musculature with or without partial activation of the trunkal muscles produces no change in ICP, b) the simultaneous elevation of the intra. decerebrate rigidity itself. The relaxation phase may be completed rapidly in 10-20 sec. or be more prolonged (40-60 sec., or even upto 120-150 sec.). There may be an initial phase of extensive rapid relaxation followed by a drawn-out phase in which the relaxation gradually becomes complete; o muscle ofthe decerebrate cat without producing anyappreciable change in its respiration. 2. Manual squeezing ofthe same muscle produced a large increase in ventilation. 3. As vibration is known to be a powerful stimulus for the primary endings of the muscle spindle it is concluded that these receptors are unlikely to have any significant role.

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What does decerebrate mean? Lacking intelligence or reason. (adjective Serum concentrations which diminished extensor rigidity in decerebrate cats induced mild to moderate intoxication in intact unanesthetized cats. This was characterized by ataxic gait, sedation and hypotonia. These experiments indicate that CBZ may be of value alone or adjunctively in the reduction of some forms of muscle hypertonicity The pattern of rigidity is dependent undoubtedly on the functional activities of the brain-stem of the particular animal studied. In the decerebrate sloth, which normally hangs from trees, Richter and Bartemeier described lasting flexor rigidity in a pattern of reflex hang¬ ing following decerebration. In monkeys, decerebration by the anemic method was characterized by a constantly flexed. decerebrate rigidity, which persists undiminished after removal of this structure and bilateral division of the eighth nerves. 3. The Red Nucleus and Superior Cerebcllar Peduncles.—From these observations and the more recent ones of Bazett and Pen-field 6 it follows that ablation of the red nuclei and division of both superior cerebellar. to death displayed the features of decerebrate rigidity have revealed hemorrhages in the upper brain stem. It was recognized early that the exhibition of the decerebrate attitude was of grave prognostic import, especially when it came in the course of supratentorial space-taking lesions--hemorrhage, abscess, or tumor..

Therefore, decerebrate rigidity is considered primarily a . gamma rigidity. 2. Alpha rigidity. A selective increase in alpha motoneuron activity can produce what is referred to as . alpha rigidity. This can be demonstrated after reversing decerebrate rigidity caused by gamma excitability (cutting the dorsa For it ispresumably this tonic activity that prevents the soft plastic rigidity of the precollicular decerebrate cat from turning into the extreme extensor rigidity brought about by added lesion.

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  1. nomenon of decerebrate rigidity, earlier described by Sherrington (11). Among other things, he established the fact that well-defined action cur- *A tion. complete list of Dr. Dusser de Barenne's scientific papers follows this apprecia- never think, if you can experiment. He was a man of strong personality and strong loyalties, and.
  2. decerebrate rigidity, and hyperventilation. These signs can be reversed with prompt recognition and treatment. Herniation through the foramen magnum will cause central vestibular signs, coma, changes in respiratory rate and pattern, changes in heart rate, rhythm and blood pressure and can be ver
  3. Studies in high spinal and decerebrate animals (Sherrington, Pollock-Davis)and decere- showed that small doses of CPZ abolish classical Sherringtonian decerebrate rigidity and gamma motor neuron discharge. On the other hand, much larger doses were Figure 2 illustrates a typical experiment using a ca
  4. At the end of the experiment the brain tissue remaining intact was fixed in formalin so that the exact level of section could be confirmed. The doses of mephenesin (28.8 mg/kg) and chlorpromazine (0.106 mg/kg) chosen for accurate comparison in the different preparations were those which had been found previousl
  5. In 1898 he described and elucidated decerebrate rigidity in the cat. Years later he discovered and analysed the stretch reflex. Each of these major contributions was a fundamental, original advance. In The integrative action of the nervous system ,1 Sherrington introduced a further new concept.2 He elucidated the synapse, a nexus for reflex.
  6. decerebrate animal an experimental animal that has been subjected to decerebration; such an animal exhibits rigid extension of the lower limbs, with strong tonic contraction of the extensor muscles and to some extent the flexor muscles.See also decerebrate, and see decerebrate, and se
  7. utes after separation of the upper brain centers from the brain stem and spinal cord. It is, however, most intense in those muscles which normally counteract the effects of gravity. [later, still 1HSCA174

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HINT: Decerebrate rigidity is caused by lesion on brainstem. Vestibular nuclei of deiters is located on the brainstem. RIGHT ANSWER IS D. In an experiment a dog had been conditioned to salivate at the sight of food and a flash of light. After conditioning the reflex, the light was then paired with the bell.. In another experiment in which, as- was afterwards found, the nucleus portions can be concerned withthe excitation of decerebrate rigidity, for the spasm occurs in animals from which the cerebellum has previously been removed, and, as for the thalamus, it lies abovethe spasm-producingplane o In all decerebrate and spinal preparations where ether was used as an anesthetic, unless otherwise indicated, a period of 3 hr was allowed for recovery from the effects of ether before commencing the experiment. The Beckman type S-II dynograph and the Grass model 5 polygraph recorders wer Activation of gamma motor neurons is thought to be important in decerebrate rigidity due to studies in animals showing that dorsal root transection eliminates decerebrate rigidity symptoms.[15] In competitive contact sports, posturing (typically of the forearms) can occur with an impact to the head and is termed the fencing response B. Decerebrate Rigidity (Mid-Collicular Transection): Two brainstem centers that are important for the maintenance of muscle tone in antigravity muscles (the extensors) are the pontine reticular formation (medial reticulospinal tract) and Dieter's nucleus (lateral vestibulospinal tract). Both centers have an excitatory influence on extensor.

Infants have developed dermatitis, irritability, generalized clonic muscular contractions and decerebrate rigidity following application of a 6 percent hexachlorophene powder. Examination of brainstems of those infants revealed vacuolization like that which can be produced in newborn experimental animals following repeated topical application. decerebrate rigidity of the cat, yet the reaction was recognized to have differential features in the two preparations. In his monograph, he also pointed out that muscles, exhibiting shortening reaction and lengthening reaction, were all extensor muscles. The distinction o

Affected individuals may eventually exhibit uncontrolled rigid extensions and rotations of the arms, legs, fingers, and toes (decerebrate rigidity) or paralysis. Canavan disease eventually progresses to cause life-threatening complications; however, the severity and progression of the disease varies Experiment 5 Preparation And Analysis Of A Solid Complex Of Cu2+ AN1006 - Lecture 9 - Muscles of Mastication ; What is the difference in hand positioning In decorticate and decerebrate rigidity? Elbow flexion with decorticate, elbow extension and forearm pronation in decerebrate Download Save. Lecture 5, Neuro Physiology.

Neck input to medullary reticulospinal neurons The ratio between response gains obtained at the fast The main result of the present study is the demon- compared with the slow frequency of tilt, corre- stration that in unanesthetized decerebrate cats, 97 sponded on the average to 1.38 f 0.49, SD An experiment was aimed at testing flexor reflex in a spinal frog, which was initiated by simultaneous stimulation with isolated pre-threshold electrical impulses. The frequency of those impulses was such, that the reflex occurred. In a cat with decerebrate rigidity the muscle tone is to be decreased. This can be achieved by

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Sherrington CS: Decerebrate rigidity and reflex coordination of movements. J Physiol 22: 319 - 332, 1898 Sherrington CS: Decerebrate rigidity and reflex coordination of movements. J Physiol 22: 319-332, 189 The result was maximal decerebrate rigidity, paralysis of the labyrinthine righting reflexes, and the body righting reflexes acting upon the body. While in the thalamus animal cutting of the rubro-spinal tract causes such marked effect, in the normal animal with intact fore-brain the same operation has much less drastic consequences

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  1. veloped decerebrate rigidity as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning. He had not improved with hyperbaric oxygen at 22 lb/sq in. for 3 hr and this treatment was therefore discontinued, but he con-tinued to receive 95%O oxygen by face mask. Dexa-methazone 10 mgwasgivenfollowed by4mgdaily with the object of reducing cerebral oedema
  2. In 1951, apomorphine was shown to improve decerebrate rigidity and on empirical grounds was used by Schwab et al. to treat PD patients. 49 However, the beneficial effects were noted to be brief, and side effects such as nausea and vomiting were frequently observed. Oral doses of apomorphine were unsuccessful because of rapid first-pass metabolism
  3. Decerebrate rigidity (or posturing). (thefreedictionary.com) Responses 3. physiology.org) A series of studies by Smith and colleagues ( 24 , 37 , 38 , 43 ) using a decerebrate rat preparation has suggested that in spontaneous hypertensive rats (SHRs), both mechanically and chemically sensitive muscle afferents engaged during skeletal muscle.
  4. e subcortical mechanisms of controlling posture and locomotion. When the decerebration was made at the precollicular-postmammillary level (x in Fig.2A), a cat maintained reflex standing posture due to decerebrate rigidity (mesencephalic cat). Repetitive microelectrica
  5. Decerebrate rigidity happens in extreme metabolic problems of the upper brainstem (anoxia/ischaemia, trauma, structural lesions, drug intoxication). A related picture was first observed by Sherrington (1898) following section of the brainstem of cats on the collicular level, below the purple nuclei, such that the vestibular nuclei were intact
  6. Opisthotonus or opisthotonos (from Ancient Greek: ὄπισθεν, romanized: opisthen, lit. 'behind' and τόνος, tonos, 'tension') is a state of severe hyperextension and spasticity in which an individual's head, neck and spinal column enter into a complete bridging or arching position. This extreme arched pose is an extrapyramidal effect and is caused by spasm of the axial muscles.
  7. A laboratory experiment on a dog was used to study central parts of auditory system. One of the mesencephalon structures was destroyed. The dog has lost the orienting response to auditory signals. In a cat with decerebrate rigidity the muscle tone is to be decreased. This can be achieved by: Destruction of the vestibular nuclei of Deiters

An acute experiment on retrograde intestinal peristalsis with emesis using decerebrated dogs. Community-based randomized double-blind study of gastrointestinal effects and copper exposure in drinking wate decerebrate rigidity, hyperpnea, and coma sug-gests a malfunction of specific structures in the base3 of the brain (and possibly their cortical connections). Thus, in brief, asterixis and de-cerebrate rigidity are abnormalities of posture, which normally is integrated in the base of the brain; hyperpnea may result from dysfunction of the. The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased. Decerebration severance of the brain above the medulla oblongata (along the anterior border of the quad-rigemina), used in experiments on animals in physiological research. Some time after decerebration, decerebrate rigidity of the muscles. Decerebrate rigidity (DR) in animals is caused by a release of spinal neurons from supraspinal inhibition, which results in a caricature of reflex standing and includes tonic neck and labyrinthine reflexes. The reticular formation,. Osmosis.org is a leading medical & health education platform with an audience of over 3 million current & future clinicians & caregivers. Our vision: Everyone who cares for someone will learn by.

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It scored 10.6 6 1.35 (n = 5) on Severe parkinsonism the PPMRS (baseline score 1.3 6 0.67, n = 5) (Fig. 5A) and In the ®nal stage of the experiment, both the monkeys were 11 6 1 (n = 5) on the VPPMRS (baseline score 1.6 6 0.58, given a bolus dose of intravenous MPTP (2 mg/kg in n = 5) (Fig. 6A), which suggests moderate parkinsonism Great healthy alternative snack! Conductor cross section geometry? Everlasting love may help prove security effectiveness. Cried on ur head hurt 424-277 Phone Numbers Logging this here late date it is capitalism going today? Nothing inside but also doubled and it shall. 916-286 Phone Numbers. Order me around! Whisper cour Decerebrate rigidity was, in this way, shown to depend on a proprioceptive reflex, the receptor organs of which lie in or near the effector muscle itself. Theeffect ofacutede-afferentation ondecerebrate rigidity, might in part, be explained by operative trauma which was known to affect tonus adversely Study group discussion: Decerebrate and Decorticate rigidity Can anyone please explain how do we get decerebrate & decorticate posturing? The red nucleus is at the level of the superior colliculus. My understanding is the red nucleus is a primitive structure that allows 4 legged animals for movement. But the rubrospinal tract (from the red.

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such drugs on decerebrate rigidity in the rat and summarize some of their neuropharmacology. In particular, wehave examined those of(4S,5R)-4-(2-methylpropyl)-3-[3-(perhydroazepin-1-yl)propyl]-5-phenyl-1,3-oxazolidin-2-one (MLV-6976), which is the mostpotent relaxant ofthis series. Methods Decerebrate rigidity in rat reflex. The lengthening reaction is a reflex inhibition brought about by stimulation of inhibitory probably nociceptive afférents within a muscle. Ranson 12 found that if the -dorsal roots are cut aseptically and time is allowed for recovery before decerebration is performed, a somewhat modified form of rigidity is usually present in the deafferented limb. Amongthe modifications he. cause decerebrate rigidity because of the removal of central inhibition from the pontine reticular formation, resulting in excitation of α- and γ-motoneurons and rigid posture. Lesions above the red nucleus. result in decorticate posturing and intact tonic neck reflexes. Reactions: 1 users Reply. Upvote 0 Downvote. A

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• Decerebrate rigidity is not commonly found in man. • The pattern in true rigidity is extensor in all 4 limbs. • The actual decerebrate rigidity generally shows extensor rigidity in legs & moderate flexion in arms due to lesions of cerebral cortex with most of brain stem intact. 64 The doses of dimethothiazine which effect spindle discharge frequency are similar to those required to reduce decerebrate rigidity. Full text Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (1.2M), or click on a page image below to browse page by page were operated on, and 33 of them showed muscle rigidity within 0.5-3 h after decerebration with hindlimb electromyogram (EMG) ampli-tudes ranging from 30 to 400 V. Nine animals, with EMG level less than 30 V, were used to investigate the role of rigidity in OX-A and lidocaine effects on muscle tone. Surger brate rigidity. The cat is the animal in which, under that condition, my results have been chiefly obtained. The reactions can be observed as follows:-In the decerebrate animal a preparation of the extensor of the knee is so made that by detachment of other muscles, or severance of other nerves, the vasto-crureus muscle, with it

Europe PMC is an ELIXIR Core Data Resource Learn more >. Europe PMC is a service of the Europe PMC Funders' Group, in partnership with the European Bioinformatics Institute; and in cooperation with the National Center for Biotechnology Information at the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NCBI/NLM).It includes content provided to the PMC International archive by participating publishers section, and one with post-anoxic decerebrate rigidity werestudied. Subjects adopted acomfortable sitting or supine posi-tion with legs dependent at the kneesfor experiments on the quadriceps, and lay prone for study of the triceps surae, withthe feet projecting overthe edgeofthe table. Forceofcontraction ofthe quadriceps wasmeasured b There are 2 types of posturing: decorticate and decerebrate. Decorticate Posturing. This involves rigidity, flexion of the arms, clenched fists, and extended legs. The arms are bent inward toward the body with the wrists and fingers bent and held on the chest. This type of posturing implies severe damage to the brain. Decerebrate Posturin Decerebrate rigidity. arms stiffly extended, adducted, internally rotated; legs stiffly extended, plantar flexed Nuchal rigidity. stiffness in cervical neck area. Nystagumus. back-and-forth oscillation of the eyes. Experiment 1 - Radiation Test. 16 terms. zag_14. spelling bee. 17 terms. csana0606

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1898 - Charles Scott Sherrington describes decerebrate rigidity in cat 1898 - Edward Lee Thorndike describes the puzzle box 1898 - Bayer Drug Company markets heroin as nonaddicting cough medicine 1898 - John Newport Langley coins the term autonomic nervous syste performed following the development of decerebrate rigidity (approximately three hours after surgery). The duramaterwasincised to expose the nerveroots as they emerged fromthe spinal cord. Theroots were identified and followed centrally to the corresponding spinal cord segment. A needle electrode, which served as both Vasopressin (VP) acts as a neurotransmitter or a neuromodulator on noradrenergic locus coeruleus (LC) neurons by exciting them. Experiments were performed in precollicular decerebrate cats to investigate whether direct infusion of VP into the LC complex of one side produced changes in posture as well as in the gain of vestibulospinal reflexes acting on forelimb extensors exhibit a pronounced tonic rigidity in extensor (antigravity) muscles (Sherrington, 1898). This rigidity is abolished or diminished by deafferentation (Sherrington, 1898; Denny-Brown, 1929) and by transection of the spinal cord (Liddell et al., 1932b). These findings point out the importance of both afferent and brainstem mechanisms i

Deiters' nucleus is the target nucleus of a cerebellar module consisting of the Purkinje cells of the lateral vermal B zone. It projects to the spinal cord through the lateral vestibulospinal tract (Fig. 1).This module has been used by many scientists in the development of fundamental concepts on the function of the cerebellum, the subject of this review Using data compiled from prospective series of severe P. falciparum malaria studies, a TMIH supplement on severe malaria shows the prevalence of different features of severe P. falciparum malaria by age on the left side, and the mortality in children and adults associated with manifestations of cerebral and renal impairment and metabolic acidosis alone or in combination using Venn diagrams on. 265496276 Lab Report Operation Unit Experiment 5 Introduction TO Drying Process Drying A Solid; -A lesion between the red nucleus and vestibular nuclei can result in decerebrate posturing. thus contributing to the expression of decerebrate rigidity. -Lesions below the vestibular nucleus will abolish a posture response

The process of marketing research includes the following steps: 1. Defining the Problem or Need 2. Determining who will do the Research 3. Picking out the Appropriate Methodology 4. Data Collection Process 5. Data Preparation, Tabulation and Analysis of Results 6. Presentation and Report Generation The anesthetic was removed 5-6 h after ligating the vessels, and the decerebration was verified to be clinically complete in all animals by the development of tonic extensor muscle tone (alpha rigidity) (Crone et al. 1988), lack of spontaneous movements, and large nonreactive pupils

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