A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Masafumi Ohki, Hiromasa Kitazawa, Takahito Hiramatsu, Kimitake Kaga, Taiko Kitamura, Jinzo Yamada, Soichi Nagao. J Neurophysiol 2009
Times Cited: 37







List of co-cited articles
566 articles co-cited >1



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Saccadic dysmetria and adaptation after lesions of the cerebellar cortex.
S Barash, A Melikyan, A Sivakov, M Zhang, M Glickstein, P Thier. J Neurosci 1999
218
54



Effects of ablation of flocculus and paraflocculus of eye movements in primate.
D S Zee, A Yamazaki, P H Butler, G Gücer. J Neurophysiol 1981
649
35


Reduced saccadic resilience and impaired saccadic adaptation due to cerebellar disease.
Heidrun Golla, Konstantin Tziridis, Thomas Haarmeier, Nicolas Catz, Shabtai Barash, Peter Thier. Eur J Neurosci 2008
111
32




Cerebellar activation during optokinetic stimulation and saccades.
M Dieterich, S F Bucher, K C Seelos, T Brandt. Neurology 2000
74
21

Cerebellar-dependent motor learning is based on pruning a Purkinje cell population response.
Nicolas Catz, Peter W Dicke, Peter Thier. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2008
95
21


Normal spatial attention but impaired saccades and visual motion perception after lesions of the monkey cerebellum.
A Ignashchenkova, S Dash, P W Dicke, T Haarmeier, M Glickstein, P Thier. J Neurophysiol 2009
27
29



Cerebellar-dependent adaptive control of primate saccadic system.
L M Optican, D A Robinson. J Neurophysiol 1980
424
18

Horizontal eye movement disorders after posterior vermis infarctions.
K Vahedi, S Rivaud, P Amarenco, C Pierrot-Deseilligny. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1995
53
18

Encoding of movement time by populations of cerebellar Purkinje cells.
P Thier, P W Dicke, R Haas, S Barash. Nature 2000
103
18

Visual pontocerebellar projections in the macaque.
M Glickstein, N Gerrits, I Kralj-Hans, B Mercier, J Stein, J Voogd. J Comp Neurol 1994
174
16

Cerebellar signatures of vestibulo-ocular reflex motor learning.
Pablo M Blazquez, Yutaka Hirata, Shane A Heiney, Andrea M Green, Stephen M Highstein. J Neurosci 2003
50
16






Cerebellar contributions to adaptive control of saccades in humans.
Minnan Xu-Wilson, Haiyin Chen-Harris, David S Zee, Reza Shadmehr. J Neurosci 2009
120
16



Cerebellum and ocular motor control.
Amir Kheradmand, David S Zee. Front Neurol 2011
121
16

Role of primate cerebellar lobulus petrosus of paraflocculus in smooth pursuit eye movement control revealed by chemical lesion.
Takahito Hiramatsu, Masafumi Ohki, Hiromasa Kitazawa, Guoxiang Xiong, Taiko Kitamura, Jinzo Yamada, Soichi Nagao. Neurosci Res 2008
8
62

Purkinje cells of the cerebellar dorsal vermis: simple-spike activity during pursuit and passive whole-body rotation.
Yasuhiro Shinmei, Takanobu Yamanobe, Junko Fukushima, Kikuro Fukushima. J Neurophysiol 2002
35
14

Cerebellotectal pathways in the macaque: implications for collicular generation of saccades.
P J May, R Hartwich-Young, J Nelson, D L Sparks, J D Porter. Neuroscience 1990
122
13






Lesions of the cerebellar nodulus and uvula impair downward pursuit.
Mark F Walker, Jing Tian, Xiaoyan Shan, Rafael J Tamargo, Howard Ying, David S Zee. J Neurophysiol 2008
24
20

Involvement of the cerebellar dorsal vermis in vergence eye movements in monkeys.
Takuya Nitta, Teppei Akao, Sergei Kurkin, Kikuro Fukushima. Cereb Cortex 2008
39
13






Cerebellar lesions impair rapid saccade amplitude adaptation.
A Straube, H Deubel, J Ditterich, T Eggert. Neurology 2001
83
13

Saccadic adaptation in lateral medullary and cerebellar infarction.
Kwang-Dong Choi, Hyo-Jung Kim, Byung Mann Cho, Ji Soo Kim. Exp Brain Res 2008
18
27


Cerebellum and nonmotor function.
Peter L Strick, Richard P Dum, Julie A Fiez. Annu Rev Neurosci 2009
934
13

Up-down asymmetry of cerebellar activation during vertical pursuit eye movements.
Stefan Glasauer, Thomas Stephan, Roger Kalla, Sarah Marti, Dominik Straumann. Cerebellum 2009
19
26



Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.