Spontaneous high-frequency (10-80 Hz) oscillations during up states in the cerebral cortex in vitro.

@article{Compte2008SpontaneousH,
  title={Spontaneous high-frequency (10-80 Hz) oscillations during up states in the cerebral cortex in vitro.},
  author={Albert Compte and Ramon Reig and Vanessa F. Descalzo and Michael A. Harvey and Gabriel D. Puccini and Maria V. Sanchez-Vives},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={28 51},
  pages={
          13828-44
        }
}
High-frequency oscillations in cortical networks have been linked to a variety of cognitive and perceptual processes. They have also been recorded in small cortical slices in vitro, indicating that neuronal synchronization at these frequencies is generated in the local cortical circuit. However, in vitro experiments have hitherto necessitated exogenous pharmacological or electrical stimulation to generate robust synchronized activity in the beta/gamma range. Here, we demonstrate that the… CONTINUE READING

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