Fast oscillations display sharper orientation tuning than slower components of the same recordings in striate cortex of the awake monkey.

@article{Frien2000FastOD,
  title={Fast oscillations display sharper orientation tuning than slower components of the same recordings in striate cortex of the awake monkey.},
  author={Axel Frien and Reinhard Eckhorn and Roman Bauer and Thomas Woelbern and Andreas Gabriel},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={12 4},
  pages={
          1453-65
        }
}
We wanted to know whether fast oscillations ( approximately 30-80 Hz) in striate cortex of awake monkeys show sharper orientation selectivity than (i) slower components, including spike rate modulations, and (ii) broad-band signals of the same recordings. As fast oscillations are probably of cortical origin this may further clarify whether cortical network mechanisms are substantially involved in generating orientation selectivity. We recorded multi unit activity (MUA) and local field… CONTINUE READING

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