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Physiology of visual cells in mouse superior colliculus and correlation with somatosensory and auditory input Nature, Vol. 253, No. 5488. (17 January 1975), pp. 203-204, doi:10.1038/253203a0 by Ursula C. Dager, David H. Hubel
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    title = {Physiology of visual cells in mouse superior colliculus and correlation with somatosensory and auditory input},
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    year = {1975}
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The map of visual space in the superficial SC of the mouse is in rough topographic register with the map formed by the tactile receptive fields of whiskers (and other body hairs) in deeper layers.

The superficial mouse SC is not responsive to auditory or tactile stimuli.