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ENCODING OF LIMB STATE BY SINGLE NEURONS IN THE CUNEATE NUCLEUS OF AWAKE MONKEYS
The cuneate nucleus (CN) is among the first sites along the neuraxis where proprioceptive signals can be integrated, transformed, and modulated. The objective of the study was to characterize the proprioceptive representations in CN. To this end, we recorded from single CN neurons in three monkeys during active reaching and passive limb perturbation. We found that many neurons exhibited responses that were tuned approximately sinusoidally to limb movement direction, as has been found for otherdoi:10.1101/2021.03.17.435880 fatcat:t5sxfl7fanghhiwandlkxoj6vq