Unilateral induced neocortical malformation and the formation of ipsilateral and contralateral barrel fields.

@article{Rosen2001UnilateralIN,
  title={Unilateral induced neocortical malformation and the formation of ipsilateral and contralateral barrel fields.},
  author={Glenn D. Rosen and H Windzio and Albert M. Galaburda},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2001},
  volume={103 4},
  pages={931-9}
}
Freezing lesions to the developing cortical plate of rodents results in a focal malformation resembling human 4-layered microgyria, and this malformation has been shown to result in local and widespread disruptions of neuronal architecture, connectivity, and physiology. Because we had previously demonstrated that microgyria caused disruptions in callosal connections, we hypothesized that freeze lesions to the postero-medial barrel sub-field (PMBSF) in one hemisphere would affect the… CONTINUE READING

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