How local is the local field potential?

@inproceedings{Lindn2011HowLI,
  title={How local is the local field potential?},
  author={Henrik Lind{\'e}n and Tom Tetzlaff and Tobias C. Potjans and Klas H. Pettersen and Sonja Gr{\"u}n and Markus Diesmann and Gaute T. Einevoll},
  booktitle={BMC Neuroscience},
  year={2011}
}
The local field potential (LFP), usually referring to the low-frequency part of an extracellularly recorded potential (< 500 Hz), is nowadays routinely measured together with the spiking activity. The LFP is commonly believed to mainly reflect synaptic activity in a local population surrounding the electrode [1] but how large this population is, i.e. how many neurons contribute to the signal, is still debated. In this modeling study we investigate which factors influence the spatial summation… CONTINUE READING
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