Physiological properties of neurons in different parts of the cat trigeminal sensory complex

@article{Azrad1982PhysiologicalPO,
  title={Physiological properties of neurons in different parts of the cat trigeminal sensory complex},
  author={Jean Az{\'e}rad and Alain Woda and Denise Albe-Fessard},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1982},
  volume={246},
  pages={7-21}
}
The following points emerge from a systematic investigation of the 4 divisions of the cat trigeminal sensory complex. (1) The subnucleus oralis receives a large representation from the oral cavity, a region also represented in the 3 other divisions of the trigeminal sensory complex. (2) Nucleus principalis cells project heavily to the contralateral and to the ipsilateral ventroposterior thalamus. Ipsilateral projections are only from the oral cavity representation. (3) Units responding to… CONTINUE READING

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