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Electrophysiological investigation of the ascending connections of the hippocampus with different zones of the neocortex in rabbit

, : Electrophysiological investigation of the ascending connections of the hippocampus with different zones of the neocortex in rabbit. Zhurnal Evolyutsionnoi Biokhimii i Fiziologii 20(4): 431-434

In acute experiments on rabbits functional connections of hyppocampal fields CA1 and CA3 with various zones of the neocortex were studied. These hippocampal structures are most closely connected with the limbic ancient associative cortex, as well as with the parietal and temporal regions. In the sensorimotor cortex, the EPs [evoked potentials] were rather irregular. Fields CA1 and CA3 exhibit different projections to the mentioned regions of the neocortex.

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