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Network-centered homeostasis through inhibition maintains hippocampal spatial map and cortical circuit function
Despite ongoing experiential change, neural activity maintains remarkable stability. Such stability is thought to be mediated by homeostatic plasticity and is deemed to be critical for normal neural function. However, what aspect of neural activity does homeostatic plasticity conserve, and how it still maintains the exibility necessary for learning and memory, is not fully understood. Homeostatic plasticity is often studied in the context of neuron-centered control, where the deviations fromdoi:10.1101/2020.08.04.236042 fatcat:mgg3ndfc4vhulp2twqtmixv4ta