The differential contributions of the parvocellular and the magnocellular subdivisions of the red nucleus to skilled reaching in the rat.


During the execution of the skilled reaching task, naïve rats bring their elbow to the midline of their body to aim at the food target, perform the arpeggio movement to grasp it and supinate the paw to bring the food to their mouth. Red nucleus lesions in the rat interfere with each of these three movement elements of reaching. On the other hand, lesions to… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2015.03.027

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