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Gated feedforward inhibition in the frontal cortex releases goal-directed action

By Ju-hwan Kim and others at
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Cortical circuits process sensory information and generate motor signals in animals performing perceptual tasks. However, it is still unclear how sensory inputs generate motor signals in the cortex to initiate goal-directed action. Here, we identified a visual-to-motor inhibitory circuit in the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) that induced action initiation in... Show more
August 19, 2021
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