Sensory responses of intralaminar thalamic neurons activated by the superior colliculus

@article{Grunwerg1992SensoryRO,
  title={Sensory responses of intralaminar thalamic neurons activated by the superior colliculus},
  author={Barry S. Grunwerg and George M. Krauthamer},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={88},
  pages={541-550}
}
  • Barry S. Grunwerg, George M. Krauthamer
  • Published in Experimental Brain Research 1992
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • SummaryThe intralaminar thalamus of anesthetized rats was explored for neurons activated by stimulation of the superior colliculus and responsive to sensory inputs. Neurons activated by stimulation of the intermediate and deep collicular layers were distributed throughout the intralaminar thalamus. Approximately one half of them responded to tectal as well as sensory inputs. The majority were nociceptive or had a more complex response pattern including responses to auditory stimulation. A… CONTINUE READING

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