Interaural time difference processing in the mammalian medial superior olive: the role of glycinergic inhibition.

@article{Pecka2008InterauralTD,
  title={Interaural time difference processing in the mammalian medial superior olive: the role of glycinergic inhibition.},
  author={Michael Pecka and Antje Brand and Oliver Behrend and Benedikt Grothe},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={28 27},
  pages={6914-25}
}
The dominant cue for localization of low-frequency sounds are microsecond differences in the time-of-arrival of sounds at the two ears [interaural time difference (ITD)]. In mammals, ITD sensitivity is established in the medial superior olive (MSO) by coincidence detection of excitatory inputs from both ears. Hence the relative delay of the binaural inputs is crucial for adjusting ITD sensitivity in MSO cells. How these delays are constructed is, however, still unknown. Specifically, the… CONTINUE READING
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