The supragenual nucleus: a putative relay station for ascending vestibular signs to head direction cells.

@article{Biazoli2006TheSN,
  title={The supragenual nucleus: a putative relay station for ascending vestibular signs to head direction cells.},
  author={Claudinei E. Biazoli and Marina Goto and Ana Maria P Campos and Newton Sabino Canteras},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2006},
  volume={1094 1},
  pages={138-48}
}
Head direction (HD) cells located in several regions of the brain, including the postsubiculum, retrosplenial cortex, lateral dorsal thalamic nucleus, anterior dorsal thalamic nucleus, and lateral mammillary nucleus, provide a signal of the rat's momentary directional heading. Experimental evidence suggests that vestibular inputs are critical for the maintenance these cells' directional sensitivity. However, it is still unclear how vestibular information is conveyed to the HD cell-related… CONTINUE READING
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