Effects of contralateral sound stimulation on unit activity of ventral cochlear nucleus neurons

@article{Shore2003EffectsOC,
  title={Effects of contralateral sound stimulation on unit activity of ventral cochlear nucleus neurons},
  author={Susan E. Shore and Christian J. Sumner and Sanford C. Bledsoe and Jiang-teng Lu},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={153},
  pages={427-435}
}
The cochlear nucleus (CN) commissural connection represents the first opportunity for convergence of binaural information in the auditory brainstem. All major neuron types in the ventral CN (VCN) are innervated by a diverse population of cells in the contralateral VCN. This study examined the effect of contralateral sound stimulation on the spontaneous rates (SRs) of neurons in the VCN. Unit activity was recorded with silicon-substrate multichannel probes which allowed recordings from up to 16… CONTINUE READING
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