The cuneate nucleus in the rat does have an anatomically distinct middle region.
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May 11, 1992
Recently obtained anatomical evidence supports the division of the rat cuneate nucleus (CN) into three rostrocaudal regions, with the middle region receiving a disproportionately greater share of the primary sensory input. The CN in the rat conforms to the basic rostrocaudal CN pattern described in other mammals, including cat, monkey and raccoon.
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