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Sensory cue inputs and memory-related internal brain activities govern the firing of hippocampal neurons, but which specific firing patterns are induced by either of the two processes remains unclear. We found that sensory cues guided the firing of neurons in rats on a timescale of seconds and supported the formation of spatial firing fields. Independently(More)
In the present study, we initially reported that the percentages of CD4 + and CD8 + effector memory T cells (TEM cells) were increased in PB and BM of AA. The elevated TEM cells with the potent effector capacity may relate to the abnormal immune status in the pathogenesis of AA. T-cell mediated suppression of hematopoiesis is considered the pivotal(More)
Hippocampal place field sequences are supported by sensory cues and network internal mechanisms. In contrast, sharp-wave (SPW) sequences, theta sequences, and episode field sequences are internally generated. The relationship of these sequences to memory is unclear. SPW sequences have been shown to support learning and have been assumed to also support(More)
The hippocampus exhibits a variety of distinct states of activity under different conditions. For instance the rhythmic patterns of activity orchestrated by the theta oscillation during running and REM sleep are markedly different from the large irregular activity (LIA) observed during awake resting and slow wave sleep. We found that under different levels(More)
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