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Rats implanted with recording and stimulating electrodes were trained to run in an activity wheel for a water reward. Unitary discharges and slow activity were recorded by a movable tungsten microelectrode and by fixed electrodes. Single cells were classified according to their spontaneous and evoked response properties as pyramidal cells, granule cells and(More)
Membrane potential oscillations (MPOs) of 2-10 Hz and up to 6 mV were found in almost all stable hippocampal CA1 and CA3 neurons in the in vitro slice preparation. MPOs were prominent for pyramidal cells but less pronounced in putative interneurons. MPOs were activated at threshold depolarizations that evoked a spike and the frequency of the MPOs increased(More)
Following a short (1-10 s) train of repetitive stimulation delivered to the hippocampal CA1 region, the following sequelae of afterdischarges (ADs) was seen: (1) a silent period of 2-4 s, (2) a large primary (1 degree) AD usually alvear-surface negative and deep positive, (3) a period of suppressed hippocampal EEG, (4) a secondary (2 degrees) hippocampal(More)
  • L W Leung
  • 1985
Hippocampal EEG signals derived from chronically implanted electrodes in the freely moving rat were recorded before and after administration of centrally acting drugs, and analyzed by power and coherence spectra. Eserine, ether or urethane induced a low frequency (3-6 c/sec) theta power and coherence peak in the immobile rat, which was sensitive to atropine(More)
CA1 pyramidal cell is modeled by a linked series of passive compartments representing the soma and different parts of the dendritic tree. Intracellular postsynaptic potentials are simulated by conductance changes at one or more compartments. By assuming an infinite homogeneous extracellular medium and a particular geometrical arrangement of pyramidal cells,(More)
Single pulse electrical stimulation of the sensorimotor cortex in waking rats produced an evoked response in the contralateral sensorimotor cortex. The slow wave response consisted of: (1) an early component that was negative at the pial surface and in layer V, and was associated with multiunit discharge; and (2) a late component that was mainly negative at(More)
The hypothesis that postictal motor behaviors induced by a hippocampal afterdischarge (AD) are mediated by a pathway through the nucleus accumbens (NAC) and ventral pallidum (VP) was evaluated in freely moving rats. Tetanic stimulation of the hippocampal CA1 evoked an AD of 15-30 s and an increase in number of wet-dog shakes, face washes, rearings and(More)
Hippocampal EEG and behavior of freely moving rats were studied before and after a hippocampal afterdischarge (AD), with or without reversible inactivation of the medial septum (MS) by muscimol. Muscimol suppressed the normal hippocampal EEG, including theta (5-10 Hz) and gamma (30-70 Hz) waves. After a hippocampal AD, hippocampal gamma waves were decreased(More)