Layer V neurons in mouse cortex projecting to different targets have distinct physiological properties.

@article{Hattox2007LayerVN,
  title={Layer V neurons in mouse cortex projecting to different targets have distinct physiological properties.},
  author={Alexis M. Hattox and Sacha B. Nelson},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={98 6},
  pages={3330-40}
}
Layer V pyramidal neurons are anatomically and physiologically heterogeneous and project to multiple intracortical and subcortical targets. However, because most physiological studies of layer V pyramidal neurons have been carried out on unidentified cells, we know little about how anatomical and physiological properties relate to subcortical projection site. Here we combine neuroanatomical tract tracing with whole cell recordings in mouse somatosensory cortex to test whether neurons with the… CONTINUE READING
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