Cortico-cortical connections of areas 44 and 45B in the macaque monkey.

@article{Frey2014CorticocorticalCO,
  title={Cortico-cortical connections of areas 44 and 45B in the macaque monkey.},
  author={Stephen Frey and Scott Mackey and Michael Petrides},
  journal={Brain and language},
  year={2014},
  volume={131},
  pages={36-55}
}
In the human brain, areas 44 and 45 constitute Broca's region, the ventrolateral frontal region critical for language production. The homologues of these areas in the macaque monkey brain have been established by direct cytoarchitectonic comparison with the human brain. The cortical areas that project monosynaptically to areas 44 and 45B in the macaque monkey brain require clarification. Fluorescent retrograde tracers were placed in cytoarchitectonic areas 44 and 45B of the macaque monkey, as… CONTINUE READING

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