Projections of thin (type-II) and thick (type-I) auditory-nerve fibers into the cochlear nucleus of the mouse.

@article{Brown1990ProjectionsOT,
  title={Projections of thin (type-II) and thick (type-I) auditory-nerve fibers into the cochlear nucleus of the mouse.},
  author={Michael C Brown and J V Ledwith},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={1990},
  volume={49 1-3},
  pages={105-18}
}
Injections of horseradish peroxidase into the mouse spiral ganglion were used to label type-I and type-II afferent fibers. Axons presumed to be from type-II spiral ganglion cells because of their small diameter (less than 0.7 microns) and lack of nodes of Ranvier were traced to their terminations in the cochlear nucleus. Thicker fibers presumed to be from type-I ganglion cells were also reconstructed. Type-I and type-II axons labeled by basal turn injections bifurcate together in the dorsal… CONTINUE READING
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