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1. Lymph node dissection – understanding the immunological function of lymph nodes

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2. VERTICAL GAZE PARALYSIS AND THE ROSTRAL INTERSTITIAL NUCLEUS OF THE MEDIAL LONGITUDINAL FASCICULUS


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3. Saccadic dysmetria and "intact" smooth pursuit eye movements after bilateral deep cerebellar nuclei lesions.

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4. Pathological torsional eye deviation during voluntary saccades: a violation of Listing's law.


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5. Normal and pathological saccadic dysmetria


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6. Saccadic dysmetria and "intact" smooth pursuit eye movements after bilateral deep cerebellar nuclei lesions.


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7. Pathological torsional eye deviation during voluntary saccades: a violation of Listing's law.

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8. Cryocooler setup for the testing of superconductor electronics outside the laboratory


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9. Cryorefrigerator test results of COSL gates and an SFQ to voltage state converter


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10. The effects of baclofen and cholinergic drugs on upbeat and downbeat nystagmus.

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