Helen L Garner

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The medial septum-diagonal band (MSDB) complex, via the septohippocampal pathway, is thought to be critical for the generation and/or maintenance of the hippocampal theta rhythm in vivo. The aim was to determine whether the MSDB is capable of generating and maintaining its own rhythmic firing activity, a mechanism by which it could impose a theta frequency(More)
Persistent gamma frequency (30-70 Hz) network oscillations occur in hippocampal slices under conditions of metabotropic glutamate receptor (mGluR) activation. Excessive mGluR activation generated a bistable pattern of network activity during which epochs of gamma oscillations of increasing amplitude were terminated by synchronized bursts and very fast(More)
Generation of gamma rhythms in reciprocally connected areas of cortex produces synchronous neuronal firing, although little is known about the consequences of gamma rhythms when generated in nonreciprocally connected regions. This nonreciprocity exists in hippocampus, where gamma rhythms are generated in area CA3 in vitro and in vivo and nonreciprocally(More)
  • Katharine Susannah Prichard, Helen L Garner, Kate Grenville, Elizabeth Jolley, Barbara Hanrahan
  • 2006
A USTRALIAN fiction, like that of all nations, is written, published, received and read in the context of a literary canon, both national and transnational. In regards to women's fiction in Australia, this canon is predominantly composed of writers from two particular eras: authors of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries (like Henry Handel(More)
Generation of gamma rhythms in reciprocally connected areas of cortex produces synchronous neuronal firing. However, little is known about the consequences of gamma rhythms when generated in non-reciprocally connected regions. This non-reciprocity exists in hippocampus, where gamma rhythms are generated in area CA3 in vitro and in vivo and non-reciprocally(More)
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