Regional and laminar differences in in vivo firing patterns of primate cortical neurons.

@article{Shinomoto2005RegionalAL,
  title={Regional and laminar differences in in vivo firing patterns of primate cortical neurons.},
  author={Shigeru Shinomoto and Youichi Miyazaki and Hiroshi Tamura and Ichiro Fujita},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={94 1},
  pages={567-75}
}
The firing rates of cortical neurons change in time; yet, some aspects of their in vivo firing characteristics remain unchanged and are specific to individual neurons. A recent study has shown that neurons in the monkey medial motor areas can be grouped into 2 firing types, "likely random" and "quasi-regular," according to a measure of local variation of interspike intervals. In the present study, we extended this analysis to area TE of the inferior temporal cortex and addressed whether this… CONTINUE READING
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