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Dendritic NMDA receptors in parvalbumin neurons enable strong and stable neuronal assemblies
Jonathan H Cornford et al.
NMDA receptors on PV+ interneurons mediate supralinear integration at feedback synapses from local pyramidal neurons, enabling competing networks to ‘lock’ onto salient inputs.
Striatal adenosine A
receptor neurons control active-period sleep via parvalbumin neurons in external globus pallidus
Xiang-Shan Yuan et al.
Rostral and central striatum controls slow-wave sleep during active phase in mice.
Functional fission of parvalbumin interneuron classes during fast network events
Csaba Varga et al.
There is surprising functional splitting of major hippocampal GABA cell classes during high-frequency network oscillations that doubles the repertoire of spatio-temporal patterns of GABA release.
Perineuronal nets control visual input via thalamic recruitment of cortical PV interneurons
Giulia Faini et al.
Accumulation of perineuronal nets around parvalbumin (PV)-positive inhibitory interneurons closes visual cortical plasticity by selectively down-regulating thalamic synapses onto PV cells in a sensory-dependent manner.
Complementary control of sensory adaptation by two types of cortical interneurons
Ryan G Natan et al.
Two distinct types of inhibitory neurons increase the brain's sensitivity to unexpected acoustic signals by amplifying selective suppression of cortical responses to frequent, but not rare sounds.
Alterations of specific cortical GABAergic circuits underlie abnormal network activity in a mouse model of Down syndrome
Javier Zorrilla de San Martin et al.
Distinct intrinsic excitability and synaptic dysfunctions in specific cortical inhibitory circuits lead to abnormal network activity in a mouse model of Down syndrome.
Gamma rhythms and visual information in mouse V1 specifically modulated by somatostatin
neurons in reticular thalamus
Mahmood S Hoseini et al.
Gamma rhythms and representation of visual information in the primary visual cortex are specifically modulated by somatostatin
but not parvalbumin
neurons in reticular thalamic nucleus.
Recruitment of inhibition and excitation across mouse visual cortex depends on the hierarchy of interconnecting areas
Rinaldo David D'Souza et al.
The relative recruitment of excitatory and inhibitory neurons by cortico-cortical interareal pathways depends on the hierarchy of areas and the laminar location of the neurons.
An inhibitory gate for state transition in cortex
Stefano Zucca et al.
Two major subtypes of cortical interneurons, the PV and the SST positive cells, causally contribute to the regulation of large-scale state transitions in the cortex.
A large fraction of neocortical myelin ensheathes axons of local inhibitory neurons
Kristina D Micheva et al.
Parvalbumin-positive inhibitory neurons in the cortex have insulating myelin sheathes, despite forming only short-range connections.
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