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Secretagogin expression delineates functionally-specialized populations of striatal parvalbumin-containing interneurons
Farid N Garas et al.
In rodents and primates, there are two subtypes of parvalbumin-expressing interneurons that provide novel substrates for selective inhibition in the striatum.
Computational and Systems Biology
Rate and timing of cortical responses driven by separate sensory channels
Hannes P Saal et al.
Signals from different tactile submodalities are integrated optimally to culminate in cortical responses whose rate and timing conveys stimulus information.
Specialized areas for value updating and goal selection in the primate orbitofrontal cortex
Elisabeth A Murray et al.
Within the monkey orbitofrontal cortex, a posterior part learns new values, whereas an anterior part translates this knowledge into advantageous decisions.
Human Biology and Medicine
Neural population dynamics in human motor cortex during movements in people with ALS
Chethan Pandarinath et al.
Neural ensemble activity in the human motor cortex contains dynamical structure that is independent of movement parameters and is not well-explained by current models.
Functionally defined white matter of the macaque monkey brain reveals a dorso-ventral attention network
Ilaria Sani et al.
Primate attention is not limited to a dorsal fronto-parietal network, but includes a ventral temporal node and its dorso-ventral interactions with other attentional areas.
Optogenetically induced low-frequency correlations impair perception
Anirvan Nandy et al.
Low-frequency correlations among neurons in monkey visual area V4 impair the animal's ability to perform an attention-demanding task, suggesting a causal role of these fluctuations in perception.
Human Biology and Medicine
Unique membrane properties and enhanced signal processing in human neocortical neurons
Guy Eyal et al.
Models and experiments reveal that human L2/3 pyramidal neurons have distinctively low specific membrane capacitance which might have a significant impact on signal processing in human neocortex.
A hierarchy of timescales explains distinct effects of local inhibition of primary visual cortex and frontal eye fields
Luca Cocchi et al.
The selective effect of local inhibition on diffuse patterns of brain connectivity can be accounted for by an intrinsic hierarchical ordering of cortical timescales.
The genetic architecture of gene expression levels in wild baboons
Jenny Tung et al.
RNA sequencing of individuals within a wild baboon population reveals extensive power to detect functional regulatory variation, and suggests that the set of genes affected by such variation may be conserved across species.
Primate prefrontal neurons signal economic risk derived from the statistics of recent reward experience
Fabian Grabenhorst et al.
Neurons in prefrontal cortex track the variance of experienced rewards to guide economic decisions.
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