All Relations between cerebral cortex and temporal cortex

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M L Gourovitch, B S Kirkby, T E Goldberg, D R Weinberger, J M Gold, G Esposito, J D Van Horn, K F Berma. A comparison of rCBF patterns during letter and semantic fluency. Neuropsychology. vol 14. issue 3. 2000-11-30. PMID:10928738. in a direct comparison of the 2 fluency tasks, inferior frontal cortex and temporoparietal cortex (hypothesized to participate in a phonologic loop for accessing word pronunciation) were activated more during letter than semantic fluency, whereas left temporal cortex (associated with access to semantic storage) was activated more during semantic than letter fluency. 2000-11-30 2023-08-12 human
Z Ziakopoulos, M W Brown, Z I Bashi. GABAB receptors mediate frequency-dependent depression of excitatory potentials in rat perirhinal cortex in vitro. The European journal of neuroscience. vol 12. issue 3. 2000-05-22. PMID:10762309. excitatory synaptic transmission in the perirhinal cortex exhibits marked homosynaptic paired pulse depression (ppd) at inter-pulse intervals between 100 and 1000 ms, being maximal at 200 ms. additionally, there is greater ppd with stimulation of the pathway from the temporal cortex side than with stimulation of the pathway from the entorhinal cortex side. 2000-05-22 2023-08-12 rat
A Barbelivien, N Bertrand, L Besret, A Beley, E T MacKenzie, F Dauphi. Neurochemical stimulation of the rat substantia innominata increases cerebral blood flow (but not glucose use) through the parallel activation of cholinergic and non-cholinergic pathways. Brain research. vol 840. issue 1-2. 1999-11-22. PMID:10517959. in this respect, carbachol-elicited stimulation resulted in significant increases in extracellular acetylcholine concentrations in the ipsilateral parietal cortex; systemic pretreatment with the muscarinic receptor antagonist scopolamine completely abolished the increase in cortical cbf elicited by cholinergic stimulation of the si in the ipsilateral frontoparietal motor cortex while it failed to affect the increase observed in the ipsilateral temporal cortex. 1999-11-22 2023-08-12 rat
R P Grewal, T E Morgan, C E Finc. C1qB and clusterin mRNA increase in association with neurodegeneration in sporadic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Neuroscience letters. vol 271. issue 1. 1999-10-19. PMID:10471215. by northern blot hybridization, sals was associated with increased mrna for c1qb and clusterin in the motor cortex (brodmann area a4), but not in superior temporal cortex (a17), relative to neurologically normal controls. 1999-10-19 2023-08-12 Not clear
M M Winnicka, K Wiśniewsk. Disruption of temporo-entorhinal connections abolishes recognition memory-enhancing effect of angiotensins in rats. General pharmacology. vol 33. issue 1. 1999-09-10. PMID:10428021. these results may suggest that the facilitatory recognition memory effect of aii and aii(3-7) requires a reciprocal glutamatergic connection between the lateral entorhinal cortex and the temporal cortex. 1999-09-10 2023-08-12 rat
M M Winnicka, K Wisniewsk. Disruption of temporo-entorhinal connections abolishes the facilitatory effect of angiotensins on memory in rats. Pharmacological research. vol 40. issue 1. 1999-09-08. PMID:10378991. these results may suggest that in the facilitatory effect of aii and aii(3-7) on memory motivated affectively involves reciprocal glutamatergic connection between lateral entorhinal cortex and temporal cortex. 1999-09-08 2023-08-12 rat
M M Winnicka, K Wiśniewsk. Bilateral transections of temporo-entorhinal connections attenuate vasopressin improvement of memory in rats. Pharmacological research. vol 39. issue 1. 1999-06-09. PMID:10051378. these results may suggest that in the facilitatory effect of avp on the retrieval process is involved a reciprocal glutamatergic connection between the lateral entorhinal cortex and the temporal cortex. 1999-06-09 2023-08-12 rat
C A Brandt, J Meller, L Keweloh, K Höschel, J Staedt, D Munz, G Stopp. Increased benzodiazepine receptor density in the prefrontal cortex in patients with panic disorder. Journal of neural transmission (Vienna, Austria : 1996). vol 105. issue 10-12. 1999-04-15. PMID:9928900. patients with panic disorder showed a significant increase of benzodiazepine receptor binding in the right supraorbital cortex and a trend to an increased uptake in the right temporal cortex. 1999-04-15 2023-08-12 human
A R McIntosh, R E Cabeza, N J Lobaug. Analysis of neural interactions explains the activation of occipital cortex by an auditory stimulus. Journal of neurophysiology. vol 80. issue 5. 1998-12-08. PMID:9819283. partial least-squares analysis of the interregional correlations (functional connectivity) between the occipital area and the rest of the brain identified a pattern of covariation with four dominant brain areas that could have mediated this activation: prefrontal cortex (near brodmann area 10, a10), premotor cortex (a6), superior temporal cortex (a41/42), and contralateral occipital cortex (a18). 1998-12-08 2023-08-12 human
C I Cha, M R Uhm, D H Shin, Y H Chung, S H Bai. Immunocytochemical study on the distribution of NOS-immunoreactive neurons in the cerebral cortex of aged rats. Neuroreport. vol 9. issue 10. 1998-10-14. PMID:9694194. severely decreased areas were the cingulate cortex, parietal cortex area 1, temporal cortex area 1, 2, 3, medial part of occipital cortex area 2, monocular and binocular part of occipital cortex area 1, entorhinal cortex, hippocampus proper, dentate gyrus and subiculum. 1998-10-14 2023-08-12 rat
J A Fiez, S E Peterse. Neuroimaging studies of word reading. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. vol 95. issue 3. 1998-03-11. PMID:9448259. across these studies, the results converge to reveal a set of areas active during word reading, including left-lateralized regions in occipital and occipitotemporal cortex, the left frontal operculum, bilateral regions within the cerebellum, primary motor cortex, and the superior and middle temporal cortex, and medial regions in the supplementary motor area and anterior cingulate. 1998-03-11 2023-08-12 human
J Ge, N M Barnes, B Costall, R J Naylo. Effect of aversive stimulation on 5-hydroxytryptamine and dopamine metabolism in the rat brain. Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior. vol 58. issue 3. 1998-02-06. PMID:9329072. the present studies indicated that compared to animals from the home cage, those exposed to the high-light aversive unfamiliar test condition, had significantly increased levels of 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid (5-hiaa), the metabolite of 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-ht), in the tested brain regions including amygdala, entorhinal cortex, frontal cortex, temporal cortex, tuberculum olfactorium, hippocampus, nucleus accumbens, and striatum. 1998-02-06 2023-08-12 rat
R Ciccocioppo, J Ge, N M Barnes, S J Coope. Autoradiographic mapping of brain 5-HT2A binding sites in P and in AA alcohol-preferring rats. Brain research bulletin. vol 44. issue 1. 1998-01-09. PMID:9288829. no difference was detected in the other areas investigated, including the olfactory tubercles, nucleus accumbens, caudate putamen, pyriform cortex, ventral tegmental area, temporal cortex, and entorhinal cortex. 1998-01-09 2023-08-12 rat
T Myhrer, R E Paulse. Infusion of D-cycloserine into temporal-hippocampal areas and restoration of mnemonic function in rats with disrupted glutamatergic temporal systems. European journal of pharmacology. vol 328. issue 1. 1998-01-06. PMID:9203560. partial transections of the fiber connections between the temporal cortex and the lateral entorhinal cortex at a site of the white matter corresponding to the perirhinal cortex result in impaired visual memory accompanied by reduced concentrations of glutamate in both the temporal cortex and lateral entorhinal cortex. 1998-01-06 2023-08-12 rat
T Myhrer, R E Paulse. Infusion of D-cycloserine into temporal-hippocampal areas and restoration of mnemonic function in rats with disrupted glutamatergic temporal systems. European journal of pharmacology. vol 328. issue 1. 1998-01-06. PMID:9203560. it is concluded that the temporal cortex, lateral entorhinal cortex and perirhinal cortex are highly critical in forming visual memory. 1998-01-06 2023-08-12 rat
C I Cha, Y I Lee, E Y Lee, K H Park, S H Bai. Age-related changes of VIP, NPY and somatostatin-immunoreactive neurons in the cerebral cortex of aged rats. Brain research. vol 753. issue 2. 1997-06-23. PMID:9125408. a major loss of vip-immunoreactive (ir) neurons in aged rat brain was observed in the frontal cortex area 3, parietal cortex area 1, hindlimb area, temporal cortex area 1 and 2, monocular part of occipital cortex area 1, occipital cortex area 2, and retrosplenial cortex. 1997-06-23 2023-08-12 rat
Y Huh, C Kim, W Lee, J Kim, H Ah. Age-related change in the neuropeptide Y and NADPH-diaphorase-positive neurons in the cerebral cortex and striatum of aged rats. Neuroscience letters. vol 223. issue 3. 1997-06-04. PMID:9080456. the aged rats showed a significant increase in percentage of colocalization of npy and nadph-d in comparison with the control rats in the temporal cortex, occipital cortex, cingulate cortex, insular cortex, retrosplenial cortex and caudatoputamen. 1997-06-04 2023-08-12 rat
R Fukuyama, K Hatanpää, S I Rapoport, K Chandrasekara. Gene expression of ND4, a subunit of complex I of oxidative phosphorylation in mitochondria, is decreased in temporal cortex of brains of Alzheimer's disease patients. Brain research. vol 713. issue 1-2. 1996-12-03. PMID:8725003. the level of nd4 message in temporal cortex of control subjects was higher than in motor cortex, whereas the level of nd4 gene expression in temporal cortex of ad brains was decreased compared with that in temporal cortex of controls. 1996-12-03 2023-08-12 human
E De Renzi, G di Pellegrin. Sparing of verbs and preserved, but ineffectual reading in a patient with impaired word production. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior. vol 31. issue 4. 1996-10-22. PMID:8750022. however, ct scan evidence does not support the hypothesis that this functional dissociation finds its anatomical correlate in the specialization of the frontal premotor cortex for verbs and the antero-medial temporal cortex for nouns. 1996-10-22 2023-08-12 Not clear
T Myhrer, K Wange. Marked retrograde and anterograde amnesia of a visual discrimination task in rats with selective lesions of the perirhinal cortex. Neurobiology of learning and memory. vol 65. issue 3. 1996-06-12. PMID:8616588. damage to the temporal cortex (tc), the lateral entorhinal cortex (lec), or their interconnections has disruptive effects on visual memory. 1996-06-12 2023-08-12 rat