Intrinsic and synaptic mechanisms determining the timing of neuron population activity during hippocampal theta oscillation.

@article{Orbn2006IntrinsicAS,
  title={Intrinsic and synaptic mechanisms determining the timing of neuron population activity during hippocampal theta oscillation.},
  author={Gergo Orb{\'a}n and Tam{\'a}s Kiss and P{\'e}ter {\'E}rdi},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={96 6},
  pages={2889-904}
}
Hippocampal theta (3-8 Hz) is a major electrophysiological activity in rodents, which can be found in primates and humans as well. During theta activity, pyramidal cells and different classes of interneurons were shown to discharge at different phases of the extracellular theta. A recent in vitro study has shown that theta-frequency oscillation can be elicited in a hippocampal CA1 slice by the activation of metabotropic glutamate receptors with similar pharmacological and physiological profile… CONTINUE READING

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