ϒ spike-field coherence in a population of olfactory bulb neurons differentiates between odors irrespective of associated outcome.

@article{Li2015SC,
  title={ϒ spike-field coherence in a population of olfactory bulb neurons differentiates between odors irrespective of associated outcome.},
  author={Anan Li and David H. Gire and Diego Restrepo},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={35 14},
  pages={5808-22}
}
Studies in different sensory systems indicate that short spike patterns within a spike train that carry items of sensory information can be extracted from the overall train by using field potential oscillations as a reference (Kayser et al., 2012; Panzeri et al., 2014). Here we test the hypothesis that the local field potential (LFP) provides the temporal reference frame needed to differentiate between odors regardless of associated outcome. Experiments were performed in the olfactory system of… CONTINUE READING
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