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Extracellular Spike Waveform Dissociates Four Functionally Distinct Cell Classes in Primate Cortex (Current Biology)
 




Trainito et al. use a data-driven approach to robustly identify four cell classes from extracellular spike waveforms recorded in three cortical regions of macaque monkeys. The four cell classes are functionally distinct in terms of firing statistics, response dynamics, and information coding.


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