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Shared brainstem pathways for saccades and smooth-pursuit eye movements

Bibliographic reference Keller, EL ; Missal, Marcus. Shared brainstem pathways for saccades and smooth-pursuit eye movements. In: New York Academy of Sciences. Annals, Vol. 1004, p. 29-39 (2003)
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