Interval coding. II. Dendrite-dependent mechanisms.

  title={Interval coding. II. Dendrite-dependent mechanisms.},
  author={Brent Doiron and Anne-Marie M. Oswald and Leonard Maler},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  volume={97 4},
The rich temporal structure of neural spike trains provides multiple dimensions to code dynamic stimuli. Popular examples are spike trains from sensory cells where bursts and isolated spikes can serve distinct coding roles. In contrast to analyses of neural coding, the cellular mechanics of burst mechanisms are typically elucidated from the neural response to static input. Bridging the mechanics of bursting with coding of dynamic stimuli is an important step in establishing theories of neural… CONTINUE READING
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