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FURTHER STEPS IN THE RESEARCH OF CORTICO-HYPO ? ' HALAMIC INTERACTIONS

@inproceedings{ESPINOZAC2010FURTHERSI,
  title={FURTHER STEPS IN THE RESEARCH OF CORTICO-HYPO ? ' HALAMIC INTERACTIONS},
  author={Sergio ESPINOZA-C and Xavier LOZOYA-L and Guy SANTIBAREZ-H},
  year={2010}
}
The cerebral cortex of the cat was systematically stimulated with electric shocks, and the recording of the evoked potentials in the hypothalamus was performed with macroand microelectrodes stereotaxically guided. Stimulation of definite cortical loci evoked potentials in several hypothalamic nuclei studied. Three focuses were found, coincident with the so called "primary sensory area" of the neocortex. Hypothalamic responses elicited by stimulation of the ipsilateral cortex have greater… 

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