Temporal coding hypothesis: odor identity timing not rate neurons fire

November 12, 2006

Carnegie Mellon University scientists link inhibitory neuron activity to the generation of odor-specific patterns in the brain’s olfactory bulb, the area of the brain responsible for distinguishing odors. Cells are better at clocking their firing than previously thought. (2006/11/8) Journal of Neuroscience.

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One Response to “Temporal coding hypothesis: odor identity timing not rate neurons fire”

  1. Jackie Says:

    Thanks for your great post i am doing a study on this and you really helped me out here

    Thanks

    Jackie

    Jackie@mees.com


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