Nonassociative plasticity alters competitive interactions among mixture components in early olfactory processing.

@article{Locatelli2013NonassociativePA,
  title={Nonassociative plasticity alters competitive interactions among mixture components in early olfactory processing.},
  author={Fernando Federico Locatelli and P. L. C{\'e}spedes Fern{\'a}ndez and Francis Villareal and Kerem Muezzinoglu and Ram{\'o}n Huerta and C. Giovanni Galizia and Brian H. Smith},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={
          63-79
        }
}
Experience-related plasticity is an essential component of networks involved in early olfactory processing. However, the mechanisms and functions of plasticity in these neural networks are not well understood. We studied nonassociative plasticity by evaluating responses to two pure odors (A and X) and their binary mixture using calcium imaging of odor-elicited activity in output neurons of the honey bee antennal lobe. Unreinforced exposure to A or X produced no change in the neural response… CONTINUE READING
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