Frequency modulation of neuronal theta-bursts in rabbit's septum by low-frequency repetitive stimulation of the afferent pathways.

@article{Brazhnik1985FrequencyMO,
  title={Frequency modulation of neuronal theta-bursts in rabbit's septum by low-frequency repetitive stimulation of the afferent pathways.},
  author={Elena Brazhnik and O. S. Vinogradova and A M Karanov},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={1985},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={501-8}
}
Activity of the neurons with stable theta-bursts was recorded extracellularly in intact and hippocampectomized septum of unanesthetized chronic rabbits during low-frequency (3-17 Hz) stimulation of horizontal limb of diagonal band or lateral septal nucleus. The stimulation rarely evoked standard oligosynaptic single-spike responses in stable theta-bursting units. Instead, gradual entrainment and phase-locking of the spontaneous theta-cycles occurred. Two types of entrainment were observed… CONTINUE READING
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