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The hippocampus is critical for producing stable representations of familiar spaces. How these representations arise is poorly understood, largely because changes to hippocampal inputs have not been measured during spatial learning. Here, using intracellular recording, we monitored inputs and plasticity-inducing complex spikes (CSs) in CA1 neurons while mice explored novel and familiar virtual environments. Inputs driving place field spiking increased in amplitude – often suddenly – duringdoi:10.7554/elife.23040 pmid:28742496 pmcid:PMC5526666 fatcat:sflnzwufyzh5xjxc76jyxllmga