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Infant macaques recover tactile abilities better than older animals after somatosensory cortical lesions. To investigate the neural basis of this phenomenon, we ablated the hand representation in primary somatosensory cortex (SI) of infant and juvenile Macaca mulatta and recorded in ipsilateral second somatosensory cortex (SII) a year later. We also made(More)
Middle and long latency evoked potentials have been successfully recorded in guinea pigs with impulsive angular acceleration delivered by a specially developed motor. The middle latency responses elicited by impulsive angular acceleration had peaks at about 9 ms, 15 ms and 24 ms with a mean peak to peak amplitude of about 28muV and the long latency(More)