Two types of network oscillations and their odor responses in the primary olfactory center of a terrestrial mollusk.

@article{Inokuma2002TwoTO,
  title={Two types of network oscillations and their odor responses in the primary olfactory center of a terrestrial mollusk.},
  author={Yasuko Inokuma and Tsuyoshi Inoue and Satoshi Watanabe and Yutaka Kirino},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={87 6},
  pages={
          3160-4
        }
}
We identified two classes of network oscillations with different frequency ranges in the tentacle ganglion (TG), the primary olfactory center of the terrestrial mollusk Limax marginatus, and investigated the responses of these oscillations to odor inputs. A recent study indicated that there are serotonergic terminals in the TG. We found that when serotonin was applied to the TG, the spontaneous network oscillation of about 1.5 Hz in the TG changed its oscillatory frequency to 0.5 Hz. These two… CONTINUE READING

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