Encoding by synchronization in the primate striatum.

@article{Adler2013EncodingBS,
  title={Encoding by synchronization in the primate striatum.},
  author={Avital Adler and Inna Finkes and Shiran Katabi and Yifat Prut and Hagai Bergman},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 11},
  pages={4854-66}
}
Information is encoded in the nervous system through the discharge and synchronization of single neurons. The striatum, the input stage of the basal ganglia, is divided into three territories: the putamen, the caudate, and the ventral striatum, all of which converge onto the same motor pathway. This parallel organization suggests that there are multiple and competing systems in the basal ganglia network controlling behavior. To explore which mechanism(s) enables the different striatal domains… CONTINUE READING

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