Theta oscillation coupled spike latencies yield computational vigour in a mammalian sensory system.

@article{Margrie2003ThetaOC,
  title={Theta oscillation coupled spike latencies yield computational vigour in a mammalian sensory system.},
  author={Troy W. Margrie and Andreas T Schaefer},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={546 Pt 2},
  pages={363-74}
}
Theoretical work carried out almost a decade ago proposed that subthreshold oscillations in membrane potential could be used to convert synaptic current strength into a code reliant on action potential (AP) latencies. Using whole-cell recordings we present experimental evidence for the occurrence of prominent network-driven subthreshold theta oscillations in mitral cells of the mouse olfactory bulb. Activity induced by both injected current and sensory input was accurately reflected in initial… CONTINUE READING
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