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Stefanos E. Folias, Shan Yu, Abigail Snyder, Danko Nikolić and Jonathan E. Rubin Synchronisation hubs in the visual cortex may arise from strong rhythmic inhibition during gamma oscillations European Journal of Neuroscience 38

Version of Record online: 9 JUL 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/ejn.12287

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Recordings from cat area 17 during gamma oscillations reveal a positive correlation between each unit's orientation selectivity, strength of oscillations, and propensity towards synchronisation with other units, with ‘synchronisation hubs’ denoting the most promiscuous synchronisers. Using a computational model, we demonstrate that variations in the strength of rhythmic inhibitory inputs can account for the correlations between these three properties and the formation of synchronisation hubs.

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