Spatial distribution of semicircular canal nerve evoked monosynaptic response components in frog vestibular nuclei.

@article{Straka2000SpatialDO,
  title={Spatial distribution of semicircular canal nerve evoked monosynaptic response components in frog vestibular nuclei.},
  author={Hans Straka and Stefan Biesdorf and N. Dieringer},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2000},
  volume={880 1-2},
  pages={70-83}
}
Most second-order vestibular neurons receive a canal-specific monosynaptic excitation, although the central projections of semicircular canal afferents overlap extensively. This remarkable canal specificity prompted us to study the spatial organization of evoked field potentials following selective stimulation of individual canal nerves. Electrically evoked responses in the vestibular nuclei were mapped systematically in vitro. Constructed activation maps were superimposed on a… CONTINUE READING

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