Auditory response properties in the superior paraolivary nucleus of the gerbil.

@article{Behrend2002AuditoryRP,
  title={Auditory response properties in the superior paraolivary nucleus of the gerbil.},
  author={Oliver Behrend and Antje Brand and Christoph Kapfer and Benedikt Grothe},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={87 6},
  pages={2915-28}
}
The ascending auditory pathway is characterized by parallel processing. At the brain stem level, several structures are involved that are known to serve different well-defined functions. However, the function of one prominent brain stem nucleus, the rodent superior paraolivary nucleus (SPN) and its putative homologue in other mammals, the dorsomedial periolivary nucleus, is unknown. Based on extracellular recordings from anesthetized gerbils, we tested the role of the SPN in sound localization… CONTINUE READING

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