Odour encoding by temporal sequences of firing in oscillating neural assemblies

@article{Wehr1996OdourEB,
  title={Odour encoding by temporal sequences of firing in oscillating neural assemblies},
  author={M. Wehr and G. Laurent},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1996},
  volume={384},
  pages={162-166}
}
STIMULUS-EVOKED oscillatory synchronization of activity has been observed in many neural systems, including the cerebral cortex of mammals and the brain of insects1–8. The possible functions of such rhythmic synchronization in neural coding, however, remain largely speculative9–13. In the locust, odours evoke activity in dynamic (evolving) ensembles of transiently synchronized neurons8,14,15. We report here that the active neurons composing these ensembles change in a stimulus-specific manner… Expand
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