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The control of deep cerebellar nuclear (DCN) neuronal firing is central to cerebellar function, but is not well understood. The large majority of synapses onto DCN neurons derive from Purkinje cells (PCs), suggesting that PC activity is an important determinant of DCN firing; however, PCs fire both simple and complex spikes (CSs), and little is known about how the latter's action affects DCN activity. Thus, here we explored the effects of CSs on DCN activity. CSs were recorded from PC arraysdoi:10.1007/s12311-015-0743-z pmid:26559892 pmcid:PMC4729620 fatcat:yhxjocismnbrdgzggd33dgc6sy