Evidence of decreased GABAergic influence on temporal integration in the inferior colliculus following acute noise exposure: a study of evoked potentials in the rat.

@article{Szczepaniak1995EvidenceOD,
  title={Evidence of decreased GABAergic influence on temporal integration in the inferior colliculus following acute noise exposure: a study of evoked potentials in the rat.},
  author={W S Szczepaniak and Aage R. M\oller},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={1995},
  volume={196 1-2},
  pages={77-80}
}
Many investigations have shown that modulation of sensory input, either by over stimulation or sensory deprivation, can cause a reorganization of structures located high in the central nervous system (CNS). Although most of these studies had focused on studying changes in the function and tonotopic organization of the sensory cortex, recent evidence has suggested that plastic changes in specific subcortical nuclei of sensory systems may also occur in response to modulation of sensory input, and… CONTINUE READING

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