Hebbian STDP in mushroom bodies facilitates the synchronous flow of olfactory information in locusts

@article{Cassenaer2007HebbianSI,
  title={Hebbian STDP in mushroom bodies facilitates the synchronous flow of olfactory information in locusts},
  author={Stijn Cassenaer and Gilles Laurent},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2007},
  volume={448},
  pages={709-713}
}
Odour representations in insects undergo progressive transformations and decorrelation from the receptor array to the presumed site of odour learning, the mushroom body. There, odours are represented by sparse assemblies of Kenyon cells in a large population. Using intracellular recordings in vivo, we examined transmission and plasticity at the synapse made by Kenyon cells onto downstream targets in locusts. We find that these individual synapses are excitatory and undergo hebbian spike-timing… CONTINUE READING
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