Cellular Mechanisms Underlying Behavioral State-Dependent Bidirectional Modulation of Motor Cortex Output

@inproceedings{Schiemann2015CellularMU,
  title={Cellular Mechanisms Underlying Behavioral State-Dependent Bidirectional Modulation of Motor Cortex Output},
  author={Julia Schiemann and Paolo Puggioni and Joshua Dacre and Miha Pelko and Aleksander Domanski and Mark C.W. van Rossum and Ian Duguid},
  booktitle={Cell reports},
  year={2015}
}
Neuronal activity in primary motor cortex (M1) correlates with behavioral state, but the cellular mechanisms underpinning behavioral state-dependent modulation of M1 output remain largely unresolved. Here, we performed in vivo patch-clamp recordings from layer 5B (L5B) pyramidal neurons in awake mice during quiet wakefulness and self-paced, voluntary… CONTINUE READING