Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: How the Brain Ignores Distracting Information to Coordinate Movements

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This shows a brainResearchers have identified how specific neurons in the cuneate nucleus help filter distracting information to coordinate dexterous movements. The findings have implications for the development of new prosthetics and robotic equipment that can fine-tune movement based on the sense of touch.