Katsumi Nakajima

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Katsumi Nakajima
Kindai University

Research Areas


Published Papers

Striking differences in transmission of corticospinal excitation to upper limb motoneurons in two primate species
J. Neurophysiol.   84(2) 698-709   Aug 2000
Investigation into non-monosynaptic corticospinal excitation of macaque upper limb single motor units
J Neurophysiol   86(4) 1573-1586   Oct 2001
Bipedal locomotion by the normally quadrupedal Japanese monkeys, M. Fuscata: Strategies for obstacle clearance and recovery from stumbling
Acta Physiol. Pharmacol. Bulg.   26(3) 147-150   2001
Supraspinal sites that induce locomotion in the vertebrate central nervous system
Adv. Neurol.   87 25-40   2001

Books etc

Sensorimotor Control. Series I: Life and Behavioural Science, Integration of upright posture and bipedal locomotion in non-human primates
IOS Press, Amsterdam   2001   

Conference Activities & Talks

Synaptic actions of fastigial neurons on lumbar motoneurons via reticulospinal neurons in acute decerebrate cats
Sep 2000   
Locomotor-driving signals to lumbosacral neurons: role of CLR-activated reticulospinal cells
2001 Okazaki COE International Symposium   Mar 2001   2001 Okazaki COE International Symposium
What is the functional role of the cat cerebellar locomotor region (CLR) in postural and locomotor control?
31th Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience   Nov 2001   31th Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience
Primary motor cortex (M1) and supplementary motor area (SMA) contribute to the elaboration and control of bipedal locomotion in Japanese monkeys (M. fuscata)
The 31th NIPS International Symposium   2004   The 31th NIPS International Symposium
Other’s body representation referred to self body in the parietal cortex of the monkey
IUPS 2009   Jul 2009   IUPS 2009