Connections of the macaque Granular Frontal Opercular (GrFO) area: a possible neural substrate for the contribution of limbic inputs for controlling hand and face/mouth actions

@article{Gerbella2014ConnectionsOT,
  title={Connections of the macaque Granular Frontal Opercular (GrFO) area: a possible neural substrate for the contribution of limbic inputs for controlling hand and face/mouth actions},
  author={Marzio Gerbella and Elena Borra and Stefano Rozzi and Giuseppe Luppino},
  journal={Brain Structure and Function},
  year={2014},
  volume={221},
  pages={59-78}
}
We traced the connections of the macaque Granular Frontal Opercular (GrFO) area, located in the rostralmost part of the frontal opercular margin, and compared them with those of the caudally adjacent dorsal opercular (DO) and precentral opercular (PrCO) areas. Area GrFO displays strong connections with areas DO, PrCO, and ventrolateral prefrontal (VLPF… CONTINUE READING