Neural circuit of tail-elicited siphon withdrawal in Aplysia. II. Role of gated inhibition in differential lateralization of sensitization and dishabituation.

@article{Bristol2004NeuralCO,
  title={Neural circuit of tail-elicited siphon withdrawal in Aplysia. II. Role of gated inhibition in differential lateralization of sensitization and dishabituation.},
  author={Adam S Bristol and St{\'e}phane Marinesco and Thomas J. Carew},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={91 2},
  pages={678-92}
}
In the preceding report, we observed that tail-shock-induced sensitization of tail-elicited siphon withdrawal reflex (TSW) of Aplysia was expressed ipsilaterally but that dishabituation induced by an identical tail shock was expressed bilaterally. Here we examined the mechanisms of this differential lateralization. We first isolated the modulatory pathway responsible for the induction of contralateral dishabituation by making selective nerve cuts. We found that an intact pleural-abdominal… CONTINUE READING
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