Bilateral movement coordination in the striatum

Pavel Rueda-Orozco’s lab at UNAM used NeuroNexus Buzsaki64 probes in both acute and chronic experiments to test the role of intratelencephalic bilateral cortico-striatal (bcs-IT) pathways in bilateral forelimb movements. For free behavior, they implanted NeuroNexus Buzsaki64 probes on NeuroNexus dDrives and targeted rat somatosensory cortex and dorsolateral striatum in the same track. Probes were advanced 75-100µm per day and hundreds of units were recorded. Read more about their findings about movement control in Science Advances.

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