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Establishing communication between neuronal populations through competitive entrainment

Mark Wildie
2012 Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience  
between converging stimuli to entrain a target population of neurons.  ...  Competition between stimuli is driven by differences in coherence of oscillation, while transmission of a single selected stimulus is enabled between generating and receiving neurons via Communication-through-Coherence  ...  In this study we examine in detail a model of communication between neuronal populations that is driven by competition between oscillating stimuli.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fncom.2011.00062 pmid:22275892 pmcid:PMC3257854 fatcat:4ceehkvqdvfylhf65aztgd4qga

Multistable network dynamics through lateral inhibition: an efficient mechanism for selective information routing

Daniel Harnack, Klaus R Pawelzik, Udo A Ernst
2014 BMC Neuroscience  
We show that introducing distance-dependent lateral inhibition brings the receiving populations in phase, and the sending populations in anti-phase, thus establishing a phase competition between the two  ...  A seminal hypothesis about how this routing is accomplished is 'Communication through Coherence' (CTC) [2]: A neuron with oscillating membrane potential can be driven to fire by a relatively weak input  ...  Wildie M, Shanahan M: Establishing communication between neural populations through competitive entrainment. Front Comp Neurosci 2012, 5:62. 5.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2202-15-s1-p165 pmcid:PMC4125096 fatcat:rxxhh6yucjesxcfzgs6v4lhps4

A New Unifying Account of the Roles of Neuronal Entrainment

Peter Lakatos, Joachim Gross, Gregor Thut
2019 Current Biology  
This rhythmic brain activity interacts in complex ways with rhythms in the internal and external environment through the phenomenon of 'neuronal entrainment', which is attracting increasing attention due  ...  We provide a comprehensive overview of the topic and propose a theoretical framework of how neuronal entrainment dynamically structures information from incoming neuronal, bodily and environmental sources  ...  This typical rate therefore establishes a communication channel between interlocutors who can expect to receive syllables at this particular rate.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2019.07.075 pmid:31550478 pmcid:PMC6769420 fatcat:r25myawsarg3vito5aufipeany

The functional role of cross-frequency coupling

Ryan T. Canolty, Robert T. Knight
2010 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
Neuronal oscillations and brain function What role, if any, do neuronal oscillations play in shaping computation and communication in large-scale brain networks?  ...  Similarly, long-range communication between areas might also be influenced by oscillatory activity via modulation of the effective gain of communication [7] [8] [9] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tics.2010.09.001 pmid:20932795 pmcid:PMC3359652 fatcat:mhhlb4srsjhjddza4fmig3pj7i

A model for attentional information routing through coherence predicts biased competition and multistable perception

Daniel Harnack, Udo Alexander Ernst, Klaus Richard Pawelzik
2015 Journal of Neurophysiology  
. , 2008 , that communication between different populations oscillating in the ␥-band is most effective for a specific phase relation (Womelsdorf et al. 2007) , and that the ␥-coherence between neuronal  ...  Hereby, lateral interactions and shifts of relative phases between sending and receiving layers (communication through coherence) are identified as the main mechanisms underlying both biased competition  ...  Hereby, lateral interactions and shifts of relative phases between sending and receiving layers (communication through coherence) are identified as the main mechanisms underlying both biased competition  ... 
doi:10.1152/jn.01038.2014 pmid:26108958 pmcid:PMC4563023 fatcat:ukjvsauqujarjbzshcm3j3y6dq

Differential Entrainment and Learning-Related Dynamics of Spike and Local Field Potential Activity in the Sensorimotor and Associative Striatum

C. A. Thorn, A. M. Graybiel
2014 Journal of Neuroscience  
We suggest that such differential entrainment of sensorimotor and associative neuronal populations, acquired through learning, could be critical for coordinating information flow throughout each trans-striatal  ...  Dorsolateral striatal neurons became entrained mid-task to oscillations centered ϳ5 Hz, whereas simultaneously recorded neurons in the dorsomedial region became entrained to higher frequency (ϳ10 Hz) rhythms  ...  Because interneurons make up only a small percentage of striatal neurons, we established highly stringent criteria to minimize the inclusion of inadequately isolated or potentially misclassified units  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.1782-13.2014 pmid:24553926 pmcid:PMC3931500 fatcat:zrv5bjn6fvfmvete4pi7pj4vy4

Phase-locking patterns underlying effective communication in exact firing rate models of neural networks [article]

David Reyner-Parra, Gemma Huguet
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
The Communication Through Coherence (CTC) theory establishes that oscillations reflect rhythmic changes in excitability of the neuronal populations.  ...  Thus, populations need to be properly phase-locked so that input volleys arrive at the peaks of excitability of the receiving population to communicate effectively.  ...  Thus far we have studied how a single periodic external input may entrain the network and how is the communication established between the emitting and receiving populations.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.08.13.456218 fatcat:ntvdsb424nezlkk4w2m4fvgqfe

Gamma Oscillations in the Basolateral Amygdala: Biophysical Mechanisms and Computational Consequences

Feng Feng, Drew B. Headley, Alon Amir, Vasiliki Kanta, Ziao Chen, Denis Paré, Satish S. Nair
2019 eNeuro  
Importantly, the gamma rhythm synchronized PNs and mediated competition between ensembles.  ...  The entrainment of individual neurons to gamma depended on the number of afferent connections they received, and gamma bursts were spatially restricted in the BL.  ...  Gamma promoted synchrony between PNs responding to extrinsic afferents and the competition between weakly and strongly driven populations.  ... 
doi:10.1523/eneuro.0388-18.2018 pmid:30805556 pmcid:PMC6361623 fatcat:xcowx224ebc2teaap42jok3ngi

Divisive Normalization and Neuronal Oscillations in a Single Hierarchical Framework of Selective Visual Attention

Jorrit Steven Montijn, P. Christaan Klink, Richard J. A. van Wezel
2012 Frontiers in Neural Circuits  
stimulus representations, we incorporate a kind of oscillatory phase entrainment into our model that has previously been proposed as the "communication-through-coherence" (CTC) hypothesis.  ...  In addition, an increasing number of studies have shown that top-down attention increases the synchronization of neuronal oscillations as well, particularly in gamma-band frequencies (25-100 Hz).  ...  lower-area neuronal populations through direct phase-locking, but instead indirectly induces entrainment between a cascade of areas.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fncir.2012.00022 pmid:22586372 pmcid:PMC3343306 fatcat:upkossiiqvdfpls36zvlkz6trq

The University of Kansas Premie Neuroscience Research Program: Towards Universal Newborn Sensorimotor Screen and Habilitation

Steven M. Barlow
2000 Merrill Series on The Research Mission of Public Universities  
One such technique used in motor physiology to recruit populations of neurons to fire synchronously is known as entrainment.  ...  Oromotor, and recently respiratory entrainment appear to show great promise as tools for synchronously activating large populations of pathway specific neurons in order to reinforce the probability of  ... 
doi:10.17161/merrill.2000.8105 fatcat:5oehjuhu6ngibkpiwts2lsa6by

Selective V1-to-V4 communication of attended stimuli mediated by attentional effects in V1 [article]

Christini Katsanevaki, André Moraes Bastos, Hayriye Cagnan, Conrado Arturo Bosman, Karl John Friston, Pascal Fries
2022 bioRxiv   pre-print
SUMMARYSelective attention implements preferential routing of attended stimuli, likely through increasing the influence of the respective synaptic inputs on higher-area neurons.  ...  If those influences enabled presynaptic circuits to selectively entrain postsynaptic neurons, this might lead to selective routing.  ...  communication is dynamically achieved through selective coherence.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.03.14.484223 fatcat:ykrzv5rhwrbybi6mdq5lmha62a

Molecular and Cellular Networks in The Suprachiasmatic Nuclei

El Cheikh Hussein, Mollard, Bonnefont
2019 International Journal of Molecular Sciences  
However, the robustness of the circadian clock and its resilience to phase shifts emerge from the interaction between cell-autonomous oscillators within the suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN) of the hypothalamus  ...  competition between DRD1A-positive and DRD1A-negative neurons in setting the ensemble period [95] .  ...  cycles appear unable to entrain clock gene expression in cultured SCN slices with preserved cell communications [63, 64] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijms20082052 fatcat:apmcvipqrvbnjdvjrsfe2mm4lq

In Vitro Modeling of Nerve–Muscle Connectivity in a Compartmentalized Tissue Culture Device

Carolina Barcellos Machado, Perrine Pluchon, Peter Harley, Mark Rigby, Victoria Gonzalez Sabater, Danielle C. Stevenson, Stephanie Hynes, Andrew Lowe, Juan Burrone, Virgile Viasnoff, Ivo Lieberam
2019 Advanced Biosystems  
We incorporated an established motor neuron disease model into our system and found that coculture of motor neurons with SOD1G93A astrocytes resulted in denervation of the central compartment and diminished  ...  Motor neurons project axons from the hindbrain and spinal cord to muscle, where they induce myofibre contractions through neurotransmitter release at neuromuscular junctions.  ...  [26] As a result, optogenetic entrainment of ChR2-positive and ChR2-negative MNs allowed us to directly compare active and inactive neuronal populations in the same device.  ... 
doi:10.1002/adbi.201800307 pmid:31428672 pmcid:PMC6699992 fatcat:xesgqsxnf5am5ddg2shvxrexe4

Neural synchrony in cortical networks: history, concept and current status

Peter Uhlhaas
2009 Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience  
Following the discovery of context-dependent synchronization of oscillatory neuronal responses in the visual system, the role of neural synchrony in cortical networks has been expanded to provide a general  ...  In the current paper, we present an update of the status of this hypothesis through summarizing recent results from our laboratory that suggest important new insights regarding the mechanisms, function  ...  This indicates that the relaying population P2 is not acting as a master that entrains P1 and P3, but that synchronization is established between P1 and P3 via relaying of activity through P2.  ... 
doi:10.3389/neuro.07.017.2009 pmid:19668703 pmcid:PMC2723047 fatcat:ea6n2sa6rzcfvicfdre2hzm52a

Synchrony and entrainment properties of robust circadian oscillators

N. Bagheri, S. R Taylor, K. Meeker, L. R Petzold, F. J Doyle
2008 Journal of the Royal Society Interface  
We highlight phase entrainment as a key performance measure used to investigate dynamics of a single deterministic circadian oscillator for the purpose of generating insight into the behaviour of a population  ...  Thus, we introduce methods of investigating synchrony and entrainment in both stochastic and deterministic frameworks, and as a property of a single oscillator or population of coupled oscillators. on  ...  supported in part by the ICB grant DAAD19-03-D-0004; NIH grant GM078993; NSF IGERT grant DGE02-21715; NIH grant EB007511; Army Research Office grant W911NF-07-1-0279; and the Research Participation Programme between  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsif.2008.0045.focus pmid:18426774 pmcid:PMC2706452 fatcat:4h4tamlrrneqvhw6i27mvgwopy
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