Neural substrate of an increase in sensory sampling triggered by a motor command in a gymnotid fish.

@article{Comas2010NeuralSO,
  title={Neural substrate of an increase in sensory sampling triggered by a motor command in a gymnotid fish.},
  author={Virginia Comas and Michel Borde},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={104 4},
  pages={2147-57}
}
Despite recent advances that have elucidated the effects of collateral of motor commands on sensory processing structures, the neural mechanisms underlying the modulation of active sensory systems by internal motor-derived signals remains poorly understood. This study deals with the neural basis of the modulation of the motor component of an active sensory system triggered by a central motor command in a gymnotid fish. In Gymnotus omarorum, activation of Mauthner cells, a pair of reticulospinal… CONTINUE READING

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