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Dillingham, Christopher M. and Vann, Seralynne D. 2019. Why Isn't the head-direction system necessary for direction? Lessons from the lateral mammillary nuclei. Frontiers in Neural Circuits 13 , 60. 10.3389/fncir.2019.00060

Mathiasen, Mathias, Louch, Rebecca, Nelson, Andrew, Dillingham, Christopher and Aggleton, John P 2019. Trajectory of hippocampal fibres to the contralateral anterior thalamus and mammillary bodies in rats, mice, and macaque monkeys. Brain and Neuroscience Advances 3 , pp. 1-18. 10.1177/2398212819871205

Dillingham, CM, Milczarek, MM, Perry, JC, Frost, BE, Parker, GD, Assaf, Y, Sengpiel, F, O'Mara, SM and Vann, SD 2019. Mammillothalamic disconnection alters hippocampo-cortical oscillatory activity and microstructure: Implications for diencephalic amnesia. Journal of Neuroscience 39 (34) , pp. 6696-6713. 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0827-19.2019

Mathiasen, Mathias L., Amin, Eman, Nelson, Andrew J. D., Dillingham, Christopher M., O'Mara, Shane M. and Aggleton, John P. 2019. Separate cortical and hippocampal cell populations target the rat nucleus reuniens and mammillary bodies. European Journal of Neuroscience 49 (12) , pp. 1649-1672. 10.1111/ejn.14341

Dillingham, Christopher M., Mathiasen, Mathias L., Frost, Bethany E., Lambert, Marie A. C., Bubb, Emma J., Jankowski, Maciej M., Aggleton, John P. and O'Mara, Shane M. 2019. The anatomical boundary of the rat claustrum. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy 13 , 53. 10.3389/fnana.2019.00053

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