Cycle-by-cycle assembly of respiratory network activity is dynamic and stochastic.

@article{Carroll2013CyclebycycleAO,
  title={Cycle-by-cycle assembly of respiratory network activity is dynamic and stochastic.},
  author={Michael S. Carroll and Jan-Marino Ramirez},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={109 2},
  pages={296-305}
}
Rhythmically active networks are typically composed of neurons that can be classified as silent, tonic spiking, or rhythmic bursting based on their intrinsic activity patterns. Within these networks, neurons are thought to discharge in distinct phase relationships with their overall network output, and it has been hypothesized that bursting pacemaker neurons may lead and potentially trigger cycle onsets. We used multielectrode recording from 72 experiments to test these ideas in rhythmically… CONTINUE READING
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