Figure S1. Raw and filtered traces show a shift in the theta band in KA activity as compared to control.

Figure S2. No distinct lag after shuffling of cutouts confirms the stability of Δtpeak.

Figure S3. Δtpeak values are stable across weeks in both groups.

Figure S4. Area CA1 appears synchronized with the DG in KA mice.

Figure S5. Block diagram of the Jansen model of coupled neuronal populations, examples and power spectral density of the simulated signals.

Table S1. Physiological interpretation and values of model parameters.

Supporting Methods. Detailed description of the computational model.

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