High-Precision Fast-Spiking Basket Cell Discharges during Complex Events in the Human Neocortex

@inproceedings{Szegedi2017HighPrecisionFB,
  title={High-Precision Fast-Spiking Basket Cell Discharges during Complex Events in the Human Neocortex},
  author={Viktor Szegedi and G{\'a}bor Moln{\'a}r and Melinda Paizs and Eszter Csakvari and P{\'a}l Barz{\'o} and G{\'a}bor Tam{\'a}s and Karri P Lamsa},
  booktitle={eNeuro},
  year={2017}
}
In the human neocortex, solitary action potentials in some layer 2-3 pyramidal cells (PCs) trigger brief episodes of network activity known as complex events through strong excitatory synapses that specifically innervate GABAergic interneurons. Yet, how these "master PCs" configure the local network activity is not well understood. We report that single spikes in the PCs, studied here in synaptically connected cell pairs in frontal or temporal neocortical areas of both males and females, elicit… CONTINUE READING
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