Impaired odour discrimination on desynchronization of odour-encoding neural assemblies

@article{Stopfer1997ImpairedOD,
  title={Impaired odour discrimination on desynchronization of odour-encoding neural assemblies},
  author={M. Stopfer and S. Bhagavan and B. Smith and G. Laurent},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1997},
  volume={390},
  pages={70-74}
}
Stimulus-evoked oscillatory synchronization of neural assemblies has been described in the olfactory and visual systems of several vertebrates and invertebrates. In locusts, information about odour identity is contained in the timing of action potentials in an oscillatory population response, suggesting that oscillations may reflect a common reference for messages encoded in time. Although the stimulus-evoked oscillatory phenomenon is reliable, its roles in sensation, perception, memory… Expand
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