Influences of multiple tooth-loss on signal travel in the insular cortex of rats.

Abstract

The insular cortex (IC) processes various kinds of sensory and emotional information. Multiple tooth-loss induces impairment of oral sensory and motor functions, which might result in the up- or down-regulation of signal processing in the IC. In the present study, we investigated how multiple tooth-loss affects neural activities in the IC. Slices of the IC… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/eos.12123

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