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2002 Thalamic relay functions and their role in corticocortical communication: generalizations from the visual system

By R. W. Guillery, S. Murray Sherman and Department Of Anatomy

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2Department of Neurobiology bodies or the cerebellum, and the other comes from the cells in layer 5 of cortical areas that, as noted above, are themselves in receipt of thalamic driver inputs (Sherman and Guillery, 2001). The former have been called “first order ” afferents and relays because they represent the first relay of a specific kind of input to cortex, and the State University of New York latter, “higher order ” because they represent a second

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