Entorhinal cortex of the monkey: IV. Topographical and laminar organization of cortical afferents.

@article{Insausti2008EntorhinalCO,
  title={Entorhinal cortex of the monkey: IV. Topographical and laminar organization of cortical afferents.},
  author={Ricardo Insausti and David G. Amaral},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={2008},
  volume={509 6},
  pages={608-41}
}
The nonhuman primate entorhinal cortex is the primary interface for information flow between the neocortex and the hippocampal formation. Based on previous retrograde tracer studies, neocortical afferents to the macaque monkey entorhinal cortex originate largely in polysensory cortical association areas. However, the topographical and laminar distributions of cortical inputs to the entorhinal cortex have not yet been comprehensively described. The present study examines the regional and laminar… CONTINUE READING

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