Role of interneuronal type in toggling between gamma rhythms and suppression of pyramidal cells.

Walker, Bryan L.

Gamma (30-80 Hz) rhythms in hippocampus and neocortex resulting from the interaction of excitatory and inhibitory cells (E- and I-cells), called Pyramidal-Interneuronal Network Gamma (PING), require that the I-cells respond to the E-cells, but do not fire on their own. In idealized models, there is a sharp boundary between a parameter regime where the I-cells have weak enough drive for PING, and o... read more

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