Physiology and morphology of the lamina I spinomesencephalic projection.

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We have examined the physiological and morphological characteristics of spinal dorsal horn lamina I neurons with projections to the midbrain in the cat by combining physiological recording of neurons with the intracellular injection of HRP. Lamina I spinomesencephalic neurons were antidromically activated from the region that included the cuneiform nucleus… (More)

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@article{Hylden1986PhysiologyAM, title={Physiology and morphology of the lamina I spinomesencephalic projection.}, author={Jeff Hylden and Haruhide Hayashi and Ronald Dubner and Geoffrey J. Bennett}, journal={The Journal of comparative neurology}, year={1986}, volume={247 4}, pages={505-15} }