Input timing for spatial processing is precisely tuned via constant synaptic delays and myelination patterns in the auditory brainstem.

@article{StangeMarten2017InputTF,
  title={Input timing for spatial processing is precisely tuned via constant synaptic delays and myelination patterns in the auditory brainstem.},
  author={Annette Stange-Marten and Alisha L. Nabel and James Langley Sinclair and Matthew Fischl and Olga K. Alexandrova and Hilde Wohlfrom and Cornelia Kopp-Scheinpflug and Michael Pecka and Benedikt Grothe},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2017},
  volume={114 24},
  pages={
          E4851-E4858
        }
}
Precise timing of synaptic inputs is a fundamental principle of neural circuit processing. The temporal precision of postsynaptic input integration is known to vary with the computational requirements of a circuit, yet how the timing of action potentials is tuned presynaptically to match these processing demands is not well understood. In particular, action potential timing is shaped by the axonal conduction velocity and the duration of synaptic transmission delays within a pathway. However, it… CONTINUE READING

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