Cortical organization due to trans-synaptic complexes
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Cortical organization due to trans-synaptic complexes...

In this Nature Communications paper from Thomas Biederer’s group, the authors used NeuroNexus A1x16-5mm-50-177-A16 acute probes to span all layers of prelimbic and infralimbic cortical areas in head-fixed, awake behaving mice. They recorded hundreds of neurons across multiple penetrations covering ~0.5mm craniotomy and identified differences in multiunit activity patterns as well as individual broad spiking units in single and double knockout models for trans-synaptic complexes LRRTM1 and SynCAM 1....

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Multi-unit neuronal activity and the BOLD response...

To characterize multiunit activity during fMRI in unanaesthetized rats, Qingqing Zhang et al. from Nanying Zhang’s l...

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Alterations of high-frequency stimulation...

Yifan Hu et al. at Zhejiang University studied the effects of alterations of high-frequency stimulation (HFS), both an...

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