Neocortex:

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Literature

The Klüver-Bucy Syndrome.
Lanska DJ - Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience
11-17-2018
PMID:29145186

Molecular anatomy of the alligator dorsal telencephalon.
Briscoe SD - The Journal of comparative neurology
7-1-2018
PMID:29520780


TrpM8-mediated somatosensation in mouse neocortex.
Beukema P - The Journal of comparative neurology
6-15-2018
PMID:29484652



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Summary

The term neocortex refers to those areas of cerebral cortex defined on the basis of cytoarchitecture that have six layers. Starting from the cortical surface the layers are: molecular layer (I), external granular layer (II), external pyramidal layer (III), internal granular layer (IV), internal pyramidal layer (V), and multiform layer (VI). Neocortex is most prominent in the frontal lobe, the parietal lobe, the temporal lobe and the occipital lobe, less so in the cingulate gyrus, the parahippocampal gyrus and the insula. It is composed of two subdivisions: true isocortex and proisocortex (Carpenter-83)(NN)

Relations

  • regional part of brain
    • neocortex
  • Isocortex (mba)
    • neocortex

Literature

The Klüver-Bucy Syndrome.
Lanska DJ - Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience
11-17-2018
PMID:29145186

Molecular anatomy of the alligator dorsal telencephalon.
Briscoe SD - The Journal of comparative neurology
7-1-2018
PMID:29520780


TrpM8-mediated somatosensation in mouse neocortex.
Beukema P - The Journal of comparative neurology
6-15-2018
PMID:29484652



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Lexicon
Concept URI
UBERON:0001950
Label(s)
neocortex
Synonyms
iso-cortex, homotypical cortex, nonolfactory cortex, neocortex (isocortex), cerebral neocortex, isocortex (sensu lato), nucleus hypoglossalis, isocortex, neopallial cortex, homogenetic cortex, neopallium