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<jats:p> The posteromedial thalamus (POm) has extensive recurrent connectivity with the whisker-related primary somatosensory cortex (wS1) of rodents. However, its functional contribution to somatosensory processing in wS1 remains unclear. This article reviews several recent findings which begin to elucidate the role of POm in sensory evoked plasticity and discusses their implications for somatosensory processing. </jats:p>

Original publication

DOI

10.1152/jn.00291.2020

Type

Journal article

Journal

Journal of Neurophysiology

Publisher

American Physiological Society

Publication Date

23/12/2020