Possible anatomical pathways for short-latency multisensory integration processes in primary sensory cortices

@article{Henschke2013PossibleAP,
  title={Possible anatomical pathways for short-latency multisensory integration processes in primary sensory cortices},
  author={Julia U Henschke and Toemme Noesselt and Henning Scheich and Eike Budinger},
  journal={Brain Structure and Function},
  year={2013},
  volume={220},
  pages={955-977}
}
Multisensory integration does not only recruit higher-level association cortex, but also low-level and even primary sensory cortices. Here, we will describe and quantify two types of anatomical pathways, a thalamocortical and a corticocortical that possibly underlie short-latency multisensory integration processes in the primary auditory (A1), somatosensory (S1), and visual cortex (V1). Results were obtained from Mongolian gerbils, a common model-species in neuroscience, using simultaneous… CONTINUE READING
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