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Neural mechanisms of movement planning: motor cortex and beyond.
Svoboda K and Li N. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29172091
Neurons in motor cortex and connected brain regions fire in anticipation of specific movements, long before movement occurs. ...These studies reveal a neural network distributed across multiple brain regions that collectively supports motor planning. We review recent advances and highlight areas where further work is needed to achieve a deeper understanding of the mechanisms underlying motor planning and related cognitive processes....
Neurons in motor cortex and connected brain regions fire in anticipation of specific movements, long before movement occurs. . …
Coding of movements in the motor cortex.
Georgopoulos AP and Carpenter AF. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2015 - Review. PMID 25646932
The issue of coding of movement in the motor cortex has recently acquired special significance due to its fundamental importance in neuroprosthetic applications. The challenge of controlling a prosthetic arm by processed motor cortical activity has opened a new era of research in applied medicine but has also provided an 'acid test' for hypotheses regarding coding of movement in the motor cortex. ...
The issue of coding of movement in the motor cortex has recently acquired special significance due to its fundamental importan …
The laryngeal motor cortex: its organization and connectivity.
Simonyan K. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2014 - Review. PMID 24929930 Free PMC article.
Our ability to learn and control the motor aspects of complex laryngeal behaviors, such as speech and song, is modulated by the laryngeal motor cortex (LMC), which is situated in the area 4 of the primary motor cortex and establishes both direct and indirect connections with laryngeal motoneurons. ...These differences in cytoarchitectonic location and connectivity may be a result of hominid evolution that led to the LMC shift from the phylogenetically 'old' to 'new' motor cortex in order to fulfill its paramount function, that is, voluntary motor control of human speech and song production....
Our ability to learn and control the motor aspects of complex laryngeal behaviors, such as speech and song, is modulated by the laryn …
Latent Factors and Dynamics in Motor Cortex and Their Application to Brain-Machine Interfaces.
Pandarinath C, et al. J Neurosci 2018 - Review. PMID 30381431 Free PMC article.
In the 1960s, Evarts first recorded the activity of single neurons in motor cortex of behaving monkeys (Evarts, 1968). In the 50 years since, great effort has been devoted to understanding how single neuron activity relates to movement. ...Here we discuss this dynamical systems perspective and how it is reshaping our understanding of the motor cortices. Following an overview of key studies in motor cortex, we discuss techniques to uncover the "latent factors" underlying observed neural population activity. ...
In the 1960s, Evarts first recorded the activity of single neurons in motor cortex of behaving monkeys (Evarts, 1968). In the …
Maintenance of persistent activity in a frontal thalamocortical loop
Guo ZV, et al. Nature 2017. PMID 28467817 Free PMC article.
Neurons in the mouse anterior lateral motor cortex (ALM) have been shown to have selective persistent activity that instructs future actions. ...Our results show that the thalamus is a circuit hub in motor preparation and suggest that persistent activity requires reciprocal excitation across multiple brain areas....
Neurons in the mouse anterior lateral motor cortex (ALM) have been shown to have selective persistent activity that instructs …
Temporally Segmented Directionality in the Motor Cortex.
Suway SB, et al. Cereb Cortex 2018. PMID 28591803 Free PMC article.
However, detailed examination of the tuning time course in motor cortex suggests that direction coding may be labile. Here, we show that there are discrete time epochs within single reaches, between which individual neurons change their tuning. Our findings suggest that motor cortical activity patterns may reflect consistent changes in the state of the control system during center-out reaching. ...
However, detailed examination of the tuning time course in motor cortex suggests that direction coding may be labile. Here, we …
Vocal learning in songbirds requires cholinergic signaling in a motor cortex-like nucleus.
Puzerey PA, et al. J Neurophysiol 2018. PMID 29995601 Free PMC article.
Cholinergic inputs to cortex modulate plasticity and sensory processing, yet little is known about their role in motor control. ...Cholinergic modulation of motor cortex is thus required for learning but not for the ability to sing....
Cholinergic inputs to cortex modulate plasticity and sensory processing, yet little is known about their role in motor control …
In vitro characterization of intrinsic properties and local synaptic inputs to pyramidal neurons in macaque primary motor cortex.
Xu W and Baker SN. Eur J Neurosci 2018. PMID 30019413 Free PMC article.
Much work on motor cortex has therefore used macaque monkeys as a good animal model for human motor control. However, there is a paucity of data describing the fundamental functional architecture of primate primary motor cortex, which is best addressed with in vitro approaches. ...Our results will aid the interpretation of primate studies into motor control involving extracellular spike recordings and electrical stimulation in primary motor cortex....
Much work on motor cortex has therefore used macaque monkeys as a good animal model for human motor control. However, t …
Low-Dimensional and Monotonic Preparatory Activity in Mouse Anterior Lateral Motor Cortex.
Inagaki HK, et al. J Neurosci 2018. PMID 29593054 Free PMC article.
Skilled, directional licking was the motor output. The anterior lateral motor cortex (ALM) is necessary for motor planning in both tasks. ...Neurons in the frontal cortex fire trains of action potentials anticipating specific movements, often seconds before the movement. ...
Skilled, directional licking was the motor output. The anterior lateral motor cortex (ALM) is necessary for motor
Discrete attractor dynamics underlies persistent activity in the frontal cortex.
Inagaki HK, et al. Nature 2019. PMID 30728503
In a delayed response task that requires short-term memory, neurons in the mouse anterior lateral motor cortex (ALM) show persistent activity that instructs future actions. ...Our results show that discrete attractor dynamics underlie short-term memory related to motor planning....
In a delayed response task that requires short-term memory, neurons in the mouse anterior lateral motor cortex (ALM) show pers …
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