Absence of interhemispheric connections of area 17 during development in the monkey.

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Our understanding of the development of cortical connectivity largely stems from studies of the ontogeny of interhemispheric pathways in carnivores, rodents and lagomorphs. Early in development, cortical neurons projecting to the contralateral hemisphere through the corpus callosum (callosal projection neurons) have a widespread distribution. As maturation… (More)

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@article{Dehay1988AbsenceOI, title={Absence of interhemispheric connections of area 17 during development in the monkey.}, author={C. Dehay and Henry Kennedy and Jean Bullier and Michel Berland}, journal={Nature}, year={1988}, volume={331 6154}, pages={348-50} }