Spatial Embedding and Wiring Cost Constrain the Functional Layout of the Cortical Network of Rodents and Primates

Volume: 14, Issue: 7, Pages: e1002512 - e1002512
Published: Jul 21, 2016
Abstract
Mammals show a wide range of brain sizes, reflecting adaptation to diverse habitats. Comparing interareal cortical networks across brains of different sizes and mammalian orders provides robust information on evolutionarily preserved features and species-specific processing modalities. However, these networks are spatially embedded, directed, and weighted, making comparisons challenging. Using tract tracing data from macaque and mouse, we show...
Paper Details
Title
Spatial Embedding and Wiring Cost Constrain the Functional Layout of the Cortical Network of Rodents and Primates
Published Date
Jul 21, 2016
Volume
14
Issue
7
Pages
e1002512 - e1002512
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