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Highlights d We implement a somatosensory detection task in which motor cortex gates behavior d Motor cortex neurons display anti-correlated spiking in anticipation of movement d These neurons may form a competitive ensemble circuit linking sensory/motor signals d Both task performance and spiking correlation structure are state dependent SUMMARY Unit recordings in behaving animals have revealed the transformation of sensory to motor representations in cortical neurons. However, we still lackdoi:10.1016/j.neuron.2015.09.044 pmid:26593093 pmcid:PMC4660255 fatcat:2eh2prgivndg7pc5zpomboi7vu