Transcutaneous induction of stimulus-timing-dependent plasticity in dorsal cochlear nucleus

  title={Transcutaneous induction of stimulus-timing-dependent plasticity in dorsal cochlear nucleus},
  author={Calvin Wu and David T Martel and Susan E. Shore},
  booktitle={Front. Syst. Neurosci.},
The cochlear nucleus (CN) is the first site of multisensory integration in the ascending auditory pathway. The principal output neurons of the dorsal cochlear nucleus (DCN), fusiform cells, receive somatosensory information relayed by the CN granule cells from the trigeminal and dorsal column pathways. Integration of somatosensory and auditory inputs results in long-term enhancement or suppression in a stimulus-timing-dependent manner. Here, we demonstrate that stimulus-timing-dependent… CONTINUE READING
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