Development of tonotopy in the inferior colliculus. I. Electrophysiological mapping in house mice.

@article{Romand1990DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of tonotopy in the inferior colliculus. I. Electrophysiological mapping in house mice.},
  author={Raymond Romand and G{\"u}nter Ehret},
  journal={Brain research. Developmental brain research},
  year={1990},
  volume={54 2},
  pages={
          221-34
        }
}
The development of the size and tonotopy of the mouse inferior colliculus (IC) was studied at postnatal ages of 9-20 days. During that time, the size of the IC remained constant in all 3 planes (rostrocaudal, mediolateral dorsoventral). At day 10, the first low-frequency responses without tonotopy could be recorded from neurons in the rostral and central parts of the central nucleus sparing its caudal part, very medial portions, the medial part (M) of the central nucleus, the dorsal cortex and… CONTINUE READING

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