Arshavsky Y. I.
Arshavsky Y. I.
BioCircuits Institute, University of California San Diego
Verified email at ucsd.edu
TitleCited byYear
Origin of modulation in neurones of the ventral spinocerebellar tract during locomotion.
YI Arshavsky, MB Berkinblit, OI Fukson, IM Gelfand, GN Orlovsky
Brain research, 1972
1951972
Control of locomotion in marine mollusc Clione limacina I. Efferent activity during actual and fictitious swimming
YI Arshavsky, IN Beloozerova, GN Orlovsky, YV Panchin, GA Pavlova
Experimental brain research 58 (2), 255-262, 1985
165*1985
Recording of neurones of the dorsal spinocerebellar tract during evoked locomotion.
YI Arshavsky, MB Berkinblit, OI Fukson, IM Gelfand, GN Orlovsky
Brain research, 1972
1591972
Neuronal control of swimming locomotion: analysis of the pteropod mollusc Clione and embryos of the amphibian Xenopus
YI Arshavsky, GN Orlovsky, YV Panchin, A Roberts, SR Soffe
Trends in neurosciences 16 (6), 227-233, 1993
1531993
The cerebellum and control of rhythmical movements
YI Arshavsky, IM Gelfand, GN Orlovsky
Trends in Neurosciences 6, 417-422, 1983
1431983
Pattern generation
YI Arshavsky, TG Deliagina, GN Orlovsky
Current opinion in neurobiology 7 (6), 781-789, 1997
1241997
Cellular and network properties in the functioning of the nervous system: from central pattern generators to cognition
YI Arshavsky
Brain research reviews 41 (2-3), 229-267, 2003
1212003
Cerebellum and rhythmical movements
YI Arshavsky
Springer-Verlag, 1984
1141984
Control of locomotion in marine mollusc Clione limacina II. Rhythmic neurons of pedal ganglia
YI Arshavsky, IN Beloozerova, GN Orlovsky, YV Panchin, GA Pavlova
Experimental brain research 58 (2), 263-272, 1985
1051985
Messages conveyed by spinocerebellar pathways during scratching in the cat. II. Activity of neurons of the ventral spinocerebellar tract
YI Arshavsky, IM Gelfand, GN Orlovsky, GA Pavlova
Brain research 151 (3), 493-506, 1978
1051978
Control of locomotion in marine mollusc Clione limacina III. On the origin of locomotory rhythm
YI Arshavsky, IN Beloozerova, GN Orlovsky, YV Panchin, GA Pavlova
Experimental brain research 58 (2), 273-284, 1985
951985
Investigation of the biomechanics of running by the dog
YI Arshavsky, YM Kots, GN Orlovsky, IM Rodionov, ML Shik
Biophysics 10, 737-746, 1965
931965
Messages conveyed by spinocerebellar pathways during scratching in the cat. I. Activity of neurons of the lateral reticular nucleus
YI Arshavsky, IM Gelfand, GN Orlovsky, GA Pavlova
Brain research 151 (3), 479-491, 1978
831978
Activity of neurons of cerebellar nuclei during fictitious scratch reflex in the cat. II. Interpositus and lateral nuclei
YI Arshavsky, GN Orlovsky, GA Pavlova, C Perret
Brain research 200 (2), 249-258, 1980
821980
Activity of neurons of cerebellar nuclei during fictitious scratch reflex in the cat. I. Fastigial nucleus
LI Antziferova, YI Arshavsky, GN Orlovsky, GA Pavlova
Brain research 200 (2), 239-248, 1980
751980
Neural control of heart beat in the pteropod mollusc Clione limacina: coordination of circulatory and locomotor systems
YI Arshavsky, TG Deliagina, IM Gelfand, GN Orlovsky, YV Panchin, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 148 (1), 461-475, 1990
711990
Pharmacologically induced elements of the hunting and feeding behavior in the pteropod mollusk Clione limacina. I. Effects of GABA
YI Arshavsky, TG Deliagina, GN Gamkrelidze, GN Orlovsky, YV Panchin, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 69 (2), 512-521, 1993
701993
“The seven sins” of the Hebbian synapse: can the hypothesis of synaptic plasticity explain long-term memory consolidation?
YI Arshavsky
Progress in neurobiology 80 (3), 99-113, 2006
692006
Winnerless competition between sensory neurons generates chaos: A possible mechanism for molluscan hunting behavior
P Varona, MI Rabinovich, AI Selverston, YI Arshavsky
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 12 (3), 672-677, 2002
672002
Control of locomotion in marine mollusc Clione limacina IV. Role of type 12 interneurons
YI Arshavsky, IN Beloozerova, GN Orlovsky, YV Panchin, GA Pavlova
Experimental brain research 58 (2), 285-293, 1985
661985
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