Structure and flexibility in cortical representations of odour space
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Pashkovski, Stan L, Giuliano Iurilli, David Brann, Daniel Chicharro, Kristen Drummey, Kevin M Franks, Stefano Panzeri, Sandeep Robert Datta, et al. (2020). Structure and flexibility in cortical representations of odour space. Nature, 583(7815). pp. 253–258. 10.1038/s41586-020-2451-1 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/21277.
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We use the rodent olfactory system to study how the brain forms internal representations of the external world. We analyze small, functional neural circuits in the olfactory bulb and piriform cortex. We record and image odor-evoked responses in vivo, employ optogenetic circuit mapping in vitro, and use olfactory behavioral assays.
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