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Author response: Glycinergic axonal inhibition subserves acute spatial sensitivity to sudden increases in sound intensity
Locomotion generates adventitious sounds which enable detection and localization of predators and prey. Such sounds contain brisk changes or transients in amplitude. We investigated the hypothesis that ill-understood temporal specializations in binaural circuits subserve lateralization of such sound transients, based on different time of arrival at the ears (interaural time differences, ITDs). We find that Lateral Superior Olive (LSO) neurons show exquisite ITD-sensitivity, reflecting extremedoi:10.7554/elife.62183.sa2 fatcat:gy5rfewazjdljgkcadoufqib5a