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    Efference copies of movement-inducing neural signals have been proposed to serve a role in gaze stabilization. Prior work has demonstrated a spino-extraocular motor circuit in the tadpole that relays copies of spinal commands to extraocular motor neurons. A recent study demonstrates the presence of this circuitry in mice, suggesting a unique method of gaze stabilization in the locomoting mouse. Copyright © 2021 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.


    Paige Leary, David Schoppik. Efference copies: Side-eyeing across species. Current biology : CB. 2022 Jan 24;32(2):R91-R93

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    PMID: 35077698

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