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Cortical connectivity and sensory coding
Harris KD and Mrsic-Flogel TD. Nature 2013 - Review. PMID 24201278
The sensory cortex contains a wide array of neuronal types, which are connected together into complex but partially stereotyped circuits. ...Recent research is beginning to reveal how the connectivity of individual neurons relates to the sensory features they encode, how differences in the connectivity patterns of different cortical cell classes enable them to encode information using different strategies, and how feedback connections from higher-order cortex allow sensory information to be integrated with behavioural context....
The sensory cortex contains a wide array of neuronal types, which are connected together into complex but partially stereotyped circu …
Distinct timescales of population coding across cortex.
Runyan CA, et al. Nature 2017. PMID 28723889 Free PMC article.
The cortex represents information across widely varying timescales. For instance, sensory cortex encodes stimuli that fluctuate over few tens of milliseconds, whereas in association cortex behavioural choices can require the maintenance of information over seconds. ...Auditory stimulus information was stronger in auditory cortex than in posterior parietal cortex, and both regions contained choice information. ...
The cortex represents information across widely varying timescales. For instance, sensory cortex encodes stimuli that fluctuat …
Evolution of pallium, hippocampus, and cortical cell types revealed by single-cell transcriptomics in reptiles
Tosches MA, et al. Science 2018. PMID 29724907
Computations in the mammalian cortex are carried out by glutamatergic and γ-aminobutyric acid-releasing (GABAergic) neurons forming specialized circuits and areas. ...The transcriptomic signature of glutamatergic neurons in reptilian cortex suggests that mammalian neocortical layers are made of new cell types generated by diversification of ancestral gene-regulatory programs. ...
Computations in the mammalian cortex are carried out by glutamatergic and γ-aminobutyric acid-releasing (GABAergic) neurons forming s …
Culturing pyramidal neurons from the early postnatal mouse hippocampus and cortex.
Beaudoin GM, et al. Nat Protoc 2012. PMID 22936216
Here we present a protocol to isolate and culture pyramidal neurons from the early postnatal (P0-P1) mouse hippocampus and cortex. ...
Here we present a protocol to isolate and culture pyramidal neurons from the early postnatal (P0-P1) mouse hippocampus and cortex. .. …
Random positions of dendritic spines in human cerebral cortex.
Morales J, et al. J Neurosci 2014 - Clinical Trial. PMID 25057209 Free PMC article.
To test whether spine helixes also occur in neocortex, we reconstructed >500 dendritic segments from adult human cortex obtained from autopsies. With Fourier analysis and spatial statistics, we analyzed spine position along apical and basal dendrites of layer 3 pyramidal neurons from frontal, temporal, and cingulate cortex. ...
To test whether spine helixes also occur in neocortex, we reconstructed >500 dendritic segments from adult human cortex obtained f …
Parahippocampal and retrosplenial connections of rat posterior parietal cortex.
Olsen GM, et al. Hippocampus 2017. PMID 28032674
Conversely, all posterior parietal subdivisions project moderately to dorsal presubiculum, whereas rostral perirhinal cortex, postrhinal cortex, caudal entorhinal cortex and parasubiculum all receive sparse posterior parietal input. ...In view of the close association of the presubiculum with the retrosplenial cortex, we included the latter in our analysis. Our data indicate that posterior parietal cortex is moderately connected with the retrosplenial cortex, particularly with rostral area 30. ...
Conversely, all posterior parietal subdivisions project moderately to dorsal presubiculum, whereas rostral perirhinal cortex, postrhi …
Morphometric study of human cerebral cortex development.
Huttenlocher PR. Neuropsychologia 1990 - Review. PMID 2203993
Morphometric studies of immature cerebral cortex in humans show developmental changes extending up to the time of adolescence. ...
Morphometric studies of immature cerebral cortex in humans show developmental changes extending up to the time of adolescence. …
Developmental genetic programs and activity-dependent mechanisms instruct neocortical area mapping
Simi A and Studer M. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2018 - Review. PMID 30005291
In this review, we will discuss the way intrinsic cortical gene regulation and extrinsic activity-dependent inputs instruct the cellular reorganization of L4 spiny stellate neurons, necessary for proper formation of the barrel cortex during the development of primary somatosensory maps....
In this review, we will discuss the way intrinsic cortical gene regulation and extrinsic activity-dependent inputs instruct the cellular reo …
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