Sparse Gamma Rhythms Arising through Clustering in Adapting Neuronal Networks

@inproceedings{Kilpatrick2011SparseGR,
  title={Sparse Gamma Rhythms Arising through Clustering in Adapting Neuronal Networks},
  author={Zachary P. Kilpatrick and Bard Ermentrout},
  booktitle={PLoS Computational Biology},
  year={2011}
}
Gamma rhythms (30-100 Hz) are an extensively studied synchronous brain state responsible for a number of sensory, memory, and motor processes. Experimental evidence suggests that fast-spiking interneurons are responsible for carrying the high frequency components of the rhythm, while regular-spiking pyramidal neurons fire sparsely. We propose that a combination of spike frequency adaptation and global inhibition may be responsible for this behavior. Excitatory neurons form several clusters that… CONTINUE READING

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