Data from: An overrepresentation of high frequencies in the mouse inferior colliculus supports the processing of ultrasonic vocalizations

Jose A. Garcia-Lazaro, Kathryn N. Shepard, Jason A. Miranda, Robert C. Liu & Nicholas A. Lesica
Mice are of paramount importance in biomedical research and their vocalizations are a subject of interest for researchers across a wide range of health-related disciplines due to their increasingly important value as a phenotyping tool in models of neural, speech and language disorders. However, the mechanisms underlying the auditory processing of vocalizations in mice are not well understood. The mouse audiogram shows a peak in sensitivity at frequencies between 15-25 kHz, but weaker sensitivity for...
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