A map of angular tuning preference in thalamic barreloids.

@article{Timofeeva2003AMO,
  title={A map of angular tuning preference in thalamic barreloids.},
  author={Elena K. Timofeeva and Chantal M{\'e}rette and Claudia {\'E}mond and Philippe Lavall{\'e}e and Martin Deschenes},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2003},
  volume={23 33},
  pages={
          10717-23
        }
}
A double-labeling protocol was used to determine how cells with different angular preferences to whisker motion distribute across the dimensions of a barreloid in the ventral posterior medial nucleus of the rat thalamus. Individual barreloids were labeled retrogradely by injecting Fluoro-Gold in identified barrel columns, and single relay cells (n = 30) pertaining to the labeled barreloids were stained juxtacellularly with Neurobiotin after determination of their angular tuning preference to… CONTINUE READING

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