Propagating waves mediate information transfer in the motor cortex

@article{Rubino2006PropagatingWM,
  title={Propagating waves mediate information transfer in the motor cortex},
  author={D. Rubino and K. Robbins and N. Hatsopoulos},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
  year={2006},
  volume={9},
  pages={1549-1557}
}
High-frequency oscillations in the beta range (10–45 Hz) are most active in motor cortex during motor preparation and are postulated to reflect the steady postural state or global attentive state of the animal. By simultaneously recording multiple local field potential signals across the primary motor and dorsal premotor cortices of monkeys (Macaca mulatta) trained to perform an instructed-delay reaching task, we found that these oscillations propagated as waves across the surface of the motor… Expand
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