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Oscillatory Coupling of Hippocampal Pyramidal Cells and Interneurons in the Behaving Rat
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It is suggested that network-driven excitability changes provide temporal windows of opportunity for single pyramidal cells to suppress, enable, or facilitate selective synaptic inputs. Expand
Intracellular features predicted by extracellular recordings in the hippocampus in vivo.
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A large percentage of hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells are silent in any given behavioral condition, and it is determined that a tetrode in hippocampal area CA1 theoretically should be able to record electrical signals from approximately 1, 000 neurons. Expand
tFast Network Oscillations in the Hippocampal CA1 Region of the Behaving Rat
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It is suggested that fast ripples emerge in theCA1 region, whereas slow oscillatory patterns are generated in the CA3 region and transferred to the CA1 field, which are present mainly during SPWs. Expand
Ensemble Patterns of Hippocampal CA3-CA1 Neurons during Sharp Wave–Associated Population Events
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It is suggested that, in SPW behavioral state, the coherent discharge of a small group of CA3 cells is the primary cause of spiking activity in CA1 pyramidal neurons. Expand
Octopamine Neurons Mediate Flight-Induced Modulation of Visual Processing in Drosophila
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This study provides the first evidence that endogenous release of octopamine is involved in state-dependent modulation of visual interneurons in flies and finds that they are both necessary and sufficient for the flight-induced visual boost. Expand
Imaging of an Early Memory Trace in the Drosophila Mushroom Body
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Learning-induced changes in Ca2+ activities during early memory formation in a different subtype of MB neurons are reported, suggesting that increased Ca2+. Expand
Dynamic Interaction of Oscillatory Neurons Coupled with Reciprocally Inhibitory Synapses Acts to Stabilize the Rhythm Period
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Interactions between these two types of neurons can dynamically change in response to increases in the rhythm period, and this dynamic change provides a negative feedback to the pacemaker group that could work to stabilize the rhythmperiod. Expand
Neural Coding of Leg Proprioception in Drosophila
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It is found that the axons of leg proprioceptors are organized into distinct functional projections that contain topographic representations of specific kinematic features, which reveal how proprioceptive stimuli from a single leg joint are encoded by a diverse population of sensory neurons. Expand
Active and Passive Antennal Movements during Visually Guided Steering in Flying Drosophila
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The results are consistent with the hypothesis that flying Drosophila use mechanosensory feedback to detect changes in the wing induced airflow during visually induced turns and that this feedback plays a role in regulating the magnitude of steering responses. Expand
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