A Quantitative and Qualitative Study of Mice Trigeminal Ganglion and Nerve After Destruction of Vibrissae Follicles Since Birth
We have previously demonstrated (7) that in mice, whose vibrissae follicles were destroyed by coagulation at birth, the cortical projection, of the common fur of the muzzle, invades the whole area which normally receives projections from the vibrissae in the S1 cortex.
Key wordstrigeminal ganglion vibrissae destruction mice
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