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By microstimulation, we studied the origin of cortical neurones that could drive motoneurones monosynaptically as signaled by single units in the electromyogram of small hand muscles. , 1975). Intracellular Experiments in the Hippocampus Back in Oslo, I was joined by a number of young neuroscientists, in all more than 80, too many to name all. Philip Schwartzkroin was special by being willing to put in a large effort to make sufﬁciently ﬁne micropipettes to give acceptable intracellular penetrations of hippocampal neurons, whereby he amply demonstrated the advantages of the slice preparation (Schwartzkroin, 1975).
Although the two Canberra years no doubt were the best two years of my scientiﬁc life, the homecoming brought back to me other aspects of life, above all the importance of your close family and friends. These feelings, coupled to the intense pleasure of my family in our national peculiarities such as skiing, sailing, and hiking, made up my mind: we would like to stay in Norway. Nobel Festivities in Stockholm and a Papal Symposium in Rome Through the kind assistance of Ragnar Granit I was able to secure a ticket for the Nobel festivities in Stockholm when Sir John would receive his Nobel Prize together with Sir Alan Hodgkin and Sir Andrew Fielding Huxley.
Gerald M. Edelman, Gerry among friends, who received the Nobel Prize with Roger Porter for their analysis of the immunoglobulin molecule, was a tremendous host with his broad knowledge, from brain mechanisms to music. I am very grateful to have been a member of this Institute for nine eventful years. Among the many beneﬁts was to meet new colleagues. I made a lasting and warm friendship with many of them, including Paul Greengard. Paul pioneered the discovery of protein phosphorylation as a major mechanism for control of central nervous processes.
Autobiographies by Larry R. Squire (Eds.)