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21 may 2019 21:00:02

 
Cerebellar Lobulus Simplex and Crus I Differentially Represent Phase and Phase Difference of Prefrontal Cortical and Hippocampal Oscillations (Cell Reports)
 




The cerebellum has long been implicated in tasks involving precise temporal control, especially in the coordination of movements. McAfee et al. show that the cerebellar principal neurons, Purkinje cells, represent precise temporal information about the phase and phase differences of neuronal oscillations occurring in two non-motor-related cerebral cortical structures.


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