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Podachin, V.P., Naumova, T.S., Babichenko, I.I. et al. Interaction between auditory and trigeminal afferent volleys in the dorsal cochlear nucleus of rats. Neurophysiology 11, 133–135 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01064524
- Cochlear Nucleus
- Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus
- Afferent Volley