Oscillations in endogenous inputs to neurons affect excitability and signal processing.

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Synchrony and oscillations in neuronal firing play important roles in information processing in the mammalian brain. Here, we evaluate their role in controlling neuronal output in a well defined motor behavior, breathing, using an in vitro preparation from neonatal rat that generates respiratory-related motor output. In this preparation, phrenic motoneurons… (More)

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@article{Parkis2003OscillationsIE, title={Oscillations in endogenous inputs to neurons affect excitability and signal processing.}, author={Marjorie A Parkis and Jack L. Feldman and Dean M. Robinson and Gregory D Funk}, journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience}, year={2003}, volume={23 22}, pages={8152-8} }