I am trying to find out some information about the nerves that deliver sensory inputs into the brain. I understand that neurons in the brain itself share thousands of connections to other neurons. The neurons that deliver sensory information into the brain at some point meet the ones in the brain itself to transfer information. What I'm wondering is if these border neurons also have hundreds/thousands of connections to other neurons, meaning that a single sensory transmitter cell is passing the same information to multiple brain neurons, or just 1, which then uses its own connections to transfer information to the rest of the brain. Thanks!