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Nucleus magnocellularis (NM) is one of the subnuclei of the avian cochlear nucleus and has a role of extracting the temporal information of sound from the auditory nerve fibers (ANFs). Neurons in NM are varied along the tonotopic axis in synaptic transmission and membrane excitability and are high-fidelity relay neurons at the high to middle characteristic frequency (CF) regions. Here we have compared the firing properties between ANFs and NM neurons in vivo and found that at high but not neardoi:10.1152/jn.00916.2005 pmid:16687616 fatcat:ejg5npk4fnfhzgxriy4lcy25cy