Organization of inputs from cingulate motor areas to basal ganglia in macaque monkey.

@article{Takada2001OrganizationOI,
  title={Organization of inputs from cingulate motor areas to basal ganglia in macaque monkey.},
  author={Masahiko Takada and Hironobu Tokuno and Ikuma Hamada and Masahiko Inase and Yumi Ito and Michiko Imanishi and Naomi Hasegawa and Toshikazu Akazawa and Nobuhiko Hatanaka and Atsushi Nambu},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2001},
  volume={14 10},
  pages={1633-50}
}
The cingulate motor areas reside within regions lining the cingulate sulcus and are divided into rostral and caudal parts. Recent studies suggest that the rostral and caudal cingulate motor areas participate in distinct aspects of motor function: the former plays a role in higher-order cognitive control of movements, whereas the latter is more directly involved in their execution. Here, we investigated the organization of cingulate motor areas inputs to the basal ganglia in the macaque monkey… CONTINUE READING

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