inhibition in cortical vs. subcortical neurons (Mark Sanderson )

Subject: inhibition in cortical vs. subcortical neurons
From:    Mark Sanderson  <Mark_Sanderson(at)BROWN.EDU>
Date:    Thu, 10 May 2001 18:16:30 -0400

Dear List, I was wondering if any experts out there could point me to references that discuss the relative strength of inhibition (or suppression) in cortical versus subcortical neurons. I'm interested in how inhibitory sidebands may play a stronger role in creating a "band reject" region for cortical neurons as compared to lower order auditory neurons. The only comment I've found thus far was in Brosch and Schreiner (1997) Time course of forward masking tuning curves in cat primary auditory cortex. J Neurophys 77, p. 939. Thanks, Mark Department of Neuroscience Brown University

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