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Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to RSPd

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
91699 Secondary motor areaRetrosplenial area dorsal part moderate/strongPHAL
The densest labeling was observed in the frontal, retrosplenial, and occipital cortices. In the retrosplenial cortex, the labeling was concentrated in layers V and VI (Fig. 3A, B). Collator note: the retrosplenial cortex is labeled only rostrally. See Fig. 1F-H, Swanson Atlas Levels 26-32 (-2.0 - -3.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to RSPv

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91700 Secondary motor areaRetrosplenial area ventral part moderate/strongPHAL
The densest labeling was observed in the frontal, retrosplenial, and occipital cortices. In the retrosplenial cortex, the labeling was concentrated in layers V and VI (Fig. 3A, B). Collator note: the retrosplenial cortex is labeled only rostrally. See Fig. 1F-H, Swanson Atlas Levels 26-32 (-2.0 - -3.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to VISam

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91701 Secondary motor areaAnteromedial visual area strongPHAL
Areas 1 and 2 of the occipital cortex, which correspond to the primary and secondary visual cortex, respectively, showed the heaviest density of labeled fibers. typical distribution of the PHA-L labeling in the secondary visual cortex is illustrated in Fig. 4A. Labeled fibers and terminal-like elements were concentrated mainly in layers II and VVI and to a lesser extent were evident in layers I and IIIIV. Collator note: VISam is labeled strongly only rostrally. See Fig. 1I, Swanson Atlas Levels 35-36 (-4.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
91721 Secondary motor areaAnteromedial visual area light/moderatePHAL
In the occipital cortex, the labeled fibers were detected in the secondary visual cortex only and were concentrated mainly in layers III and VVI. Collator note: the overall pattern is more restricted than the case of the injection in the eye-field. see Fig. 6I-K, Swanson Atlas Levels 35-42 (-4.8 - 6.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to VISp

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91702 Secondary motor areaPrimary visual area moderatePHAL
In the primary visual cortex the labeled fibers and puncta were distributed homogeneously throughout all layers. Collator note: VISp is labeled moderately in the rostral part and weakly in the caudal part. See Fig. 1H-K, Swanson Atlas Levels 35-42.
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to VISal

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91703 Secondary motor areaAnterolateral visual area moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: quite strong labeling in the rostral part of the VISal. See Fig. 1I-J, Swanson Atlas Levels 35-38 (-4.8 - -5.8 mm from bregma). More caudally the labeling is much weaker.
Guandalini P., 1998
91722 Secondary motor areaAnterolateral visual area light/moderatePHAL
In the occipital cortex, the labeled fibers were detected in the secondary visual cortex only and were concentrated mainly in layers III and VVI. Collator note: the overall pattern is more restricted than the case of the injection in the eye-field. see Fig. 6I-K, Swanson Atlas Levels 35-42 (-4.8 - 6.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to VISrl

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91704 Secondary motor areaRostrolateral visual area moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: quite strong labeling in the rostral part of the VISrl. See Fig. 1I-J, Swanson Atlas Levels 35-38 (-4.8 - -5.8 mm from bregma). More caudally the labeling is much weaker.
Guandalini P., 1998
91723 Secondary motor areaRostrolateral visual area light/moderatePHAL
In the occipital cortex, the labeled fibers were detected in the secondary visual cortex only and were concentrated mainly in layers III and VVI. Collator note: the overall pattern is more restricted than the case of the injection in the eye-field. see Fig. 6I-K, Swanson Atlas Levels 35-42 (-4.8 - 6.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to VISli

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
91705 Secondary motor areaIntermediolateral visual area lightPHAL
Collator note: more or less continuous terminal field in the caudal visual areas. The label seems to be stronger in the more lateral areas. See Fig. 1J-K, Swanson Atlas Levels 37-42.
Guandalini P., 1998
91725 Secondary motor areaIntermediolateral visual area lightPHAL
In the occipital cortex, the labeled fibers were detected in the secondary visual cortex only and were concentrated mainly in layers III and VVI. Collator note: the overall pattern is more restricted than the case of the injection in the eye-field. see Fig. 6I-K, Swanson Atlas Levels 35-42 (-4.8 - 6.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to VISll

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91706 Secondary motor areaLaterolateral visual area light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: more or less continuous terminal field in the caudal visual areas. The label seems to be stronger in the more lateral areas. See Fig. 1J-K, Swanson Atlas Levels 37-42.
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to VISlm

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91707 Secondary motor areaMediolateral visual area light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: more or less continuous terminal field in the caudal visual areas. The label seems to be stronger in the more lateral areas. See Fig. 1J-K, Swanson Atlas Levels 37-42.
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to VISlla

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91708 Secondary motor areaAnterior laterolateral visual area light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: more or less continuous terminal field in the caudal visual areas. The label seems to be stronger in the more lateral areas. See Fig. 1J-K, Swanson Atlas Levels 37-42.
Guandalini P., 1998
91724 Secondary motor areaAnterior laterolateral visual area lightPHAL
In the occipital cortex, the labeled fibers were detected in the secondary visual cortex only and were concentrated mainly in layers III and VVI. Collator note: the overall pattern is more restricted than the case of the injection in the eye-field. see Fig. 6I-K, Swanson Atlas Levels 35-42 (-4.8 - 6.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to PTLp

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91709 Secondary motor areaPosterior parietal association areas moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: relatively strong terminal field in the rostral (medial) part of the PTLp. See Fig. 1H-I, Swanson Atlas Levels 31-36 (-3.8 - -4.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
91710 Secondary motor areaPosterior parietal association areas moderatePHAL
Collator note: moderate labeling in the caudal part of the PTLp. See Fig. 1J, Swanson Atlas Levels 37-38 (-5.25 -5.65 mm from bregma - remapped).
Guandalini P., 1998
91731 Secondary motor areaPosterior parietal association areas moderatePHAL
Collator note: PTLp appears labeled in its rostral half, but some labeled terminals may also be in the caudal part. Rostrally, the label is across layers. See Fig. 6H-I, Swanson Atlas Levels 31-38 (-3.8 - -4.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to SSp

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91711 Secondary motor areaPrimary somatosensory area moderate/strongPHAL
Dense labeling was found in the parietal cortex, where labeled fibers were located in a restricted part of area 1 (Par1), which corresponds to the primary somatosensory cortex. Labeled fibers and terminal-like elements were concentrated mainly in layers IIII and VI and to a lesser extent in layers IVV. In this cortical area they formed a distinct columnar termination zone. Collator note: the terminal field is located in the caudal part of the SSp. See Fig. 1F-H, Swanson Atlas Levels 26-32 (-2.0 - -3.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
91719 Secondary motor areaPrimary somatosensory area moderate/strongPHAL
In the parietal cortex, the labeling was located in layers IIII and VI of Par 1 and in layers IIII and VVI of Par 2 (Fig. 7A,B). Collator note: quite strong labeling in layer I, while the deeper layers are labeled moderately. The labeling is more caudal. See Fig. 6F-H, Swanson Atlas Levels 26-32 (-2.0 - -3.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to MOp

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91713 Secondary motor areaPrimary motor area moderate/strongPHAL
Numerous labeled fibers and puncta were also present in the motor cortex, especially in layers I and VVI. Collator note: label in the caudal half of the motor cortex. See Fig. 1E-G, Swanson Atlas Levels 22-29 (-1.0 - -2.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to AUDd

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91714 Secondary motor areaDorsal auditory areas lightPHAL
A few labeled fibers were seen in area 1 of the temporal cortex, which corresponds to the primary auditory cortex. Collator note: remapped onto AUDd. See Fig. 1I, Swanson Atlas Levels 35-36 (-4.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
91726 Secondary motor areaDorsal auditory areas light/moderatePHAL
PHA-L labeled fibers were also found in layer I of the temporal cortex. Collator note: continuous terminal field in the layer I, from the caudal SSp to the rhinal sulcus. See Fig. 6H, Swanson Atlas Levels 31-32 (-3.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to AUDp

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91715 Secondary motor areaPrimary auditory area lightPHAL
A few labeled fibers were seen in area 1 of the temporal cortex, which corresponds to the primary auditory cortex. Collator note: see Fig. 1I, Swanson Atlas Levels 35-36 (-4.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
91727 Secondary motor areaPrimary auditory area light/moderatePHAL
PHA-L labeled fibers were also found in layer I of the temporal cortex. Collator note: continuous terminal field in the layer I, from the caudal SSp to the rhinal sulcus. See Fig. 6H, Swanson Atlas Levels 31-32 (-3.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to TEv

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91716 Secondary motor areaVentral temporal association areas lightPHAL
A few labeled fibers were seen in [] the perirhinal cortex. Collator note: remapped onto Tea. See Fig. 1J, Swanson Atlas Levels 37-38 (-5.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
91729 Secondary motor areaVentral temporal association areas light/moderatePHAL
PHA-L labeled fibers were also found in layer I of the temporal cortex. Collator note: continuous terminal field in the layer I, from the caudal SSp to the rhinal sulcus. See Fig. 6H, Swanson Atlas Levels 31-32 (-3.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to PERI

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91717 Secondary motor areaPerirhinal area lightPHAL
A few labeled fibers were seen in [] the perirhinal cortex. Collator note: see Fig. 1J, Swanson Atlas Levels 37-38 (-5.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
91733 Secondary motor areaPerirhinal area light/moderatePHAL
PHA-L labeled fibers were also found in layer I of the temporal cortex. Collator note: continuous terminal field in the layer I, from the caudal SSp to the rhinal sulcus. See Fig. 6H, Swanson Atlas Levels 31-32 (-3.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to ACAd

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91718 Secondary motor areaAnterior cingulate area dorsal part moderatePHAL
In the anterior cingulate cortex, the PHA-L labeling was concentrated mainly in layers IIII. Collator note: moderate labeling, as shown in Fig. 6, mostly rostral.
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injection of an extent similar to that described earlier [see Fig 1] , and located at the border of the FEF where ICMS evoked both eye and whisker movements. Collator note: small PHAL injection into the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 6D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to SSs

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91712 Secondary motor areaSupplemental somatosensory area not presentPHAL
No labeling was seen in area 2 (Par 2), which corresponds tothe secondary somatosensory cortex.
Guandalini P., 1998
91720 Secondary motor areaSupplemental somatosensory area moderatePHAL
In the parietal cortex, the labeling was located in layers IIII and VI of Par 1 and in layers IIII and VVI of Par 2 (Fig. 7A,B). Collator note: the labeling pattern in SSs is different than that in SSp. The label across layers is more homogeneous. The terminal field is more caudal. See Fig. 6F-G, Swanson Atlas Levels 26-32 (-2.0 - -2.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: [] PHA-L injection was placed in a site of the medial frontal cortex whose ICMS evoked eye movements only. The injection site was confined within the gray matter and contained dense deposits of brown reaction product that did not spread further than 600 micrometers in the tangential plane (Fig. 2A). The core of the injection site was located in layer V. Collator note: small PHAL injection in the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 1D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to AUDv

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91728 Secondary motor areaVentral auditory areas light/moderatePHAL
PHA-L labeled fibers were also found in layer I of the temporal cortex. Collator note: continuous terminal field in the layer I, from the caudal SSp to the rhinal sulcus. See Fig. 6H, Swanson Atlas Levels 31-32 (-3.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injection of an extent similar to that described earlier [see Fig 1] , and located at the border of the FEF where ICMS evoked both eye and whisker movements. Collator note: small PHAL injection into the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 6D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to ECT

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91730 Secondary motor areaEctorhinal area light/moderatePHAL
PHA-L labeled fibers were also found in layer I of the temporal cortex. Collator note: continuous terminal field in the layer I, from the caudal SSp to the rhinal sulcus. See Fig. 6H, Swanson Atlas Levels 31-32 (-3.8 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injection of an extent similar to that described earlier [see Fig 1] , and located at the border of the FEF where ICMS evoked both eye and whisker movements. Collator note: small PHAL injection into the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 6D).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to CP

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91732 Secondary motor areaCaudoputamen moderatePHAL
Collator note: label of the CP, in its dorsolateral quadrant. See Fig. 6B-E, Swanson Atlas Levels 10-23 (+2.2 - -1.0 mm from bregma).
Guandalini P., 1998
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injection of an extent similar to that described earlier [see Fig 1] , and located at the border of the FEF where ICMS evoked both eye and whisker movements. Collator note: small PHAL injection into the mid-rostrocaudal MOs, mapped here onto Swanson Atlas Levels 16-17 (0 mm from bregma, Fig. 6D).