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W. Alex Foxworthy, Brian L. Allman, Leslie P. Keniston and M. Alex Meredith Multisensory and unisensory neurons in ferret parietal cortex exhibit distinct functional properties European Journal of Neuroscience 37

Article first published online: 19 DEC 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/ejn.12085

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In ferret parietal cortex, bimodal neurons (demonstrate spiking responses to independent stimulation from different sensory modalities: A and B) exhibited significantly higher response levels (to stimulus modality A alone, B alone) than did their unisensory counterparts (spiking response influenced by stimulation from only one sensory modality: A). Thus, it can no longer be assumed that bimodal and unisensory neurons respond similarly to a given external stimulus.

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