Spatially Reciprocal Inhibition of Inhibition within a Stimulus Selection Network in the Avian Midbrain

@inproceedings{Goddard2014SpatiallyRI,
  title={Spatially Reciprocal Inhibition of Inhibition within a Stimulus Selection Network in the Avian Midbrain},
  author={Catherine A Goddard and Shreesh P. Mysore and Astra S Bryant and John R. Huguenard and Eric I. Knudsen},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Reciprocal inhibition between inhibitory projection neurons has been proposed as the most efficient circuit motif to achieve the flexible selection of one stimulus among competing alternatives. However, whether such a motif exists in networks that mediate selection is unclear. Here, we study the connectivity within the nucleus isthmi pars magnocellularis (Imc), a GABAergic nucleus that mediates competitive selection in the midbrain stimulus selection network. Using laser photostimulation of… CONTINUE READING
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