Olfactory pattern classification by discrete neuronal network states

  title={Olfactory pattern classification by discrete neuronal network states},
  author={J{\"o}rn Niessing and Rainer W. Friedrich},
The categorial nature of sensory, cognitive and behavioural acts indicates that the brain classifies neuronal activity patterns into discrete representations. Pattern classification may be achieved by abrupt switching between discrete activity states of neuronal circuits, but few experimental studies have directly tested this. We gradually varied the concentration or molecular identity of odours and optically measured responses across output neurons of the olfactory bulb in zebrafish. Whereas… CONTINUE READING

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