High-speed VSD imaging of visually evoked cortical waves: decomposition into intra- and intercortical wave motions.

@article{Senseman2002HighspeedVI,
  title={High-speed VSD imaging of visually evoked cortical waves: decomposition into intra- and intercortical wave motions.},
  author={David Senseman and Kay A. Robbins},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={87 3},
  pages={1499-514}
}
In the pond turtle, Pseudemys scripta elegans, visually evoked cortical waves propagate at different velocities within the primary visual area compared with waves that pass into the secondary visual area. In an effort to separate intra- and intercortical wave motions, movies of visually evoked cortical waves recorded by high-speed voltage-sensitive dye (VSD) imaging were subjected to Karhunen-Loéve (KL) decomposition. This procedure decomposes the VSD movies into a series of basis images that… CONTINUE READING
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