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Dynamics of rat entorhinal cortex layer II and III cells: characteristics of membrane potential resonance at rest predict oscillation properties near threshold.
Neurones generate intrinsic subthreshold membrane potential oscillations (MPOs) under various physiological and behavioural conditions. These oscillations influence neural responses and codingExpand
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The Range of Intrinsic Frequencies Represented by Medial Entorhinal Cortex Stellate Cells Extends with Age
In both humans and rodents, the external environment is encoded in the form of cognitive maps. Neurons in the medial entorhinal cortex (mEC) represent spatial locations in a sequence of grid-likeExpand
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Spike Timing-Dependent Synaptic Depression in the In Vivo Barrel Cortex of the Rat
Spike timing-dependent plasticity (STDP) is a computationally powerful form of plasticity in which synapses are strengthened or weakened according to the temporal order and precise millisecond-scaleExpand
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Somatosensory cortical neuronal population activity across states of anaesthesia
Experiments were carried out to learn about changes in sensory cortical processing associated with different levels of anaesthesia. Traditionally this question has been addressed by studying singleExpand
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Experience-dependent plasticity of rat barrel cortex: redistribution of activity across barrel-columns.
The redistribution of neuronal activity across rat barrel cortex following an alteration in whisker usage has been investigated. In adult rats, two mystacial vibrissae - D(2) and one neighbor, D(1)Expand
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Subthreshold membrane-potential resonances shape spike-train patterns in the entorhinal cortex.
Many neurons exhibit subthreshold membrane-potential resonances, such that the largest voltage responses occur at preferred stimulation frequencies. Because subthreshold resonances are known toExpand
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Contribution of near-threshold currents to intrinsic oscillatory activity in rat medial entorhinal cortex layer II stellate cells.
The temporal lobe is well known for its oscillatory activity associated with exploration, navigation, and learning. Intrinsic membrane potential oscillations (MPOs) and resonance of stellate cellsExpand
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Rapid Fluctuations in Rat Barrel Cortex Plasticity
Neuronal populations in the sensory cortex exhibit fluctuations in excitability, and the present experiments tested the hypothesis that these variations coincide with peaks and troughs in corticalExpand
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Effect of developmental sensory and motor deprivation on the functional organization of adult rat somatosensory cortex
Most sensory systems are active, in the sense that the animal performs specific motor actions in order to collect information of interest-signals are not merely passively received. We, therefore,Expand
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Behavioral / Systems / Cognitive Rapid Fluctuations in Rat Barrel Cortex Plasticity
Neuronal populations in the sensory cortex exhibit fluctuations in excitability, and the present experiments tested the hypothesis that these variations coincide with peaks and troughs in corticalExpand
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