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ABSTRACTTo synthesize a coherent representation of the external world from diverse sensory information, the brain must integrate inputs across stimulus modalities. Yet the mechanistic basis of this computation at the level of neuronal populations remains obscure. Here, we investigate tactile-auditory integration in the mouse somatosensory cortex using two-photon Ca2+ imaging. Pairing sound with whisker stimulation modulates tactile responses in both S1 and S2, with the most prominent modulationdoi:10.1101/668319 fatcat:qnu3tbjvfjb2lgghxrsdrxvxoi