Raccoon forelimb motorsensory cortex: I. Somatic afferent inputs to different cytoarchitectonic areas

@article{Gugino1990RaccoonFM,
  title={Raccoon forelimb motorsensory cortex: I. Somatic afferent inputs to different cytoarchitectonic areas},
  author={Lavern D. Gugino and Mariusz Rowiński and Sue Stoney},
  journal={Brain Research Bulletin},
  year={1990},
  volume={24},
  pages={819-825}
}
The distribution of potentials evoked in and around forelimb MsI by graded electrical stimulation of forelimb nerves has been studied in the raccoon (Procyon lotor). These data have been correlated with cytoarchitectonic characteristics of pericruciate cortical tissue. Potentials evoked by cutaneous nerve stimulation were widely distributed in MsI and SmI, but were smaller in amplitude and of longer latency in MsI than in SmI. Stimulation of ulnar, median or deep radial nerve at 1-1.4T, a… CONTINUE READING
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