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Case Study: High Fidelity Theta Phase Rolling of CA1 Neurons

2022-03-23T11:15:38-05:00

Single hippocampal cells encode the spatial position of an animal by increasing their firing rates within “place fields”, and by shifting the phase of their spikes to earlier phases of the ongoing theta oscillations (theta phase precession). Whether other forms of spatial phase changes exist in the hippocampus is unknown.

Case Study: High Fidelity Theta Phase Rolling of CA1 Neurons2022-03-23T11:15:38-05:00

Case Study: Joint Coding of Visual Input and Eye/head Position in V1 of Freely Moving Mice

2022-03-23T11:33:15-05:00

Visual input to the brain during natural behavior is highly dependent on movements of the eyes, head, and body. Neurons in mouse primary visual cortex (V1) respond to eye and head movements, but how information about eye and head position is integrated with visual processing during free movement is unknown, since visual physiology is generally performed under head-fixation.

Case Study: Joint Coding of Visual Input and Eye/head Position in V1 of Freely Moving Mice2022-03-23T11:33:15-05:00

Case Study: Local Axonal Conduction Shapes the Spatiotemporal Properties of Neural Sequences

2022-03-17T08:20:14-05:00

By recording and modeling sequential activity in neurons involved in motor control during the complex behavior of singing in zebra finch, Egger et al., determine that local ultraslow axonal conduction between sequentially active neurons generates network delays that underlie the pattern of network activity within the circuit.

Case Study: Local Axonal Conduction Shapes the Spatiotemporal Properties of Neural Sequences2022-03-17T08:20:14-05:00

Probing Questions

2020-09-03T11:46:08-05:00

Diagnostic Biochips founder and CTO Brian Jamieson talks with experts from the neuroscience community in the new series, Probing Questions. Tune in for our conversations about their work and the future of neurotechnology.

Probing Questions2020-09-03T11:46:08-05:00
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