Passive responses to echolocation sounds in bat hippocampus

Recent findings published in Hippocampus from the Cynthia Moss lab at Johns Hopkins University reveal that hippocampus neurons in bat respond to echolocation sound duration, but not to features that are typically associated with positioning and navigation. They performed multiple penetration acute recordings using high-density NeuroNexus Buzsaki16 probes to sample ensembles of neurons simultaneously.

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