Rhythmically firing (20–50 Hz) neurons in monkey primary somatosensory cortex: Activity patterns during initiation of vibratory-cued hand movements

@article{Lebedev1995RhythmicallyF,
  title={Rhythmically firing (20–50 Hz) neurons in monkey primary somatosensory cortex: Activity patterns during initiation of vibratory-cued hand movements},
  author={Michael A. Lebedev and Randall Nelson},
  journal={Journal of Computational Neuroscience},
  year={1995},
  volume={2},
  pages={313-334}
}
The activity patterns of rhythmically firing neurons in monkey primary somatosensory cortex (SI) were studied during trained wrist movements that were performed in response to palmar vibration. Of 1,222 neurons extracellularly recorded in SI, 129 cells (∼11%) discharged rhythmically (at ∼30 Hz) during maintained wrist position. During the initiation of vibratory-cued movements, neuronal activity usually decreased at ∼25 ms after vibration onset followed by an additional decrease in activity at… CONTINUE READING

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