Cortically-Controlled Population Stochastic Facilitation as a Plausible Substrate for Guiding Sensory Transfer across the Thalamic Gateway

@inproceedings{Bhuret2013CorticallyControlledPS,
  title={Cortically-Controlled Population Stochastic Facilitation as a Plausible Substrate for Guiding Sensory Transfer across the Thalamic Gateway},
  author={S{\'e}bastien B{\'e}huret and Charlotte Deleuze and Leonel G{\'o}mez and Yves Fr{\'e}gnac and Thierry Bal},
  booktitle={PLoS Computational Biology},
  year={2013}
}
The thalamus is the primary gateway that relays sensory information to the cerebral cortex. While a single recipient cortical cell receives the convergence of many principal relay cells of the thalamus, each thalamic cell in turn integrates a dense and distributed synaptic feedback from the cortex. During sensory processing, the influence of this functional loop remains largely ignored. Using dynamic-clamp techniques in thalamic slices in vitro, we combined theoretical and experimental… CONTINUE READING
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