spontanously oscillating cells

Tae-Young Ahn tyahn at nuri.net
Fri Feb 20 04:22:12 EST 1998


crosley at tcp.co.uk wrote:

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> > From: Ramin Assadollahi <ramin at schirmer.bawue.com>
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> > Subject: spontanously oscillating cells
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> > Hello,
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> > Is any knowlege about spontanous oscillating cells out there,
> like their
> > distribution
> > across the cortex, their functionality, projections and such?
> >
> > thanks
> >
> >  Ramin Assadollahi
> >
> Loads of info. Look up Medline etc



You may say "chattering cell" in the cat brain.

Dr. Gray in UC, Davis published it in Nature, 1996. I forgot exact
volume number and page.


Tae-Young




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