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Neonatal cortical and thalamic lesions disrupt the normal pattern of projection neurons but not primary afferent axons in rat trigeminal nucleus principalis



Neonatal cortical and thalamic lesions disrupt the normal pattern of projection neurons but not primary afferent axons in rat trigeminal nucleus principalis



Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 16(2): 1152




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