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  • TU-tagging: A method for identifying layer-enriched neuronal genes in developing mouse visual cortex 

    Tomorsky, Johanna; DeBlander, Leah; Kentros, Clifford; Doe, Chris Q; Niell, Cristopher M (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Thiouracil (TU)-tagging is an intersectional method for covalently labeling newly transcribed RNAs within specific cell types. Cell type specificity is generated through targeted transgenic expression of the enzyme uracil ...
  • Intrinsic Projections of Layer Vb Neurons to Layers Va, III, and II in the Lateral and Medial Entorhinal Cortex of the Rat 

    Witter, Menno; Ohara, Shinya; Onodera, Mariko; Simonsen, Øyvind Wilsgård; Yoshino, Rintaro; Hioki, Hiroyuki; Iijima, Toshio; Tsutsui, Ken-Ichiro (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Layer V of the entorhinal cortex (EC) receives input from the hippocampus and originates main entorhinal outputs. The deep-sublayer Vb, immunopositive for the transcription factor Ctip2, is thought to be the main recipient ...
  • Place cells, grid cells, and memory 

    Moser, May-Britt; Rowland, David Clayton; Moser, Edvard Ingjald (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    The hippocampal system is critical for storage and retrieval of declarative memories, including memories for locations and events that take place at those locations. Spatial memories place high demands on capacity. Memories ...
  • Path integral methods for the dynamics of stochastic and disordered systems 

    Hertz, John A.; Roudi, Yasser; Sollich, Peter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    We review some of the techniques used to study the dynamics of disordered systems subject to both quenched and fast (thermal) noise. Starting from the Martin–Siggia–Rose/Janssen–De Dominicis–Peliti path integral formalism ...
  • The appropriateness of ignorance in the inverse kinetic Ising model 

    Dunn, Benjamin Adric; Battistin, Claudia (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    We develop efficient ways to consider and correct for the effects of hidden units for the paradigmatic case of the inverse kinetic Ising model with fully asymmetric couplings. We identify two sources of error in reconstructing ...
  • A prefrontal-thalamo-hippocampal circuit for goal-directed spatial navigation 

    Ito, Hiroshi; Zhang, Sheng Jia; Witter, Menno; Moser, Edvard Ingjald; Moser, May-Britt (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    Spatial navigation requires information about the relationship between current and future positions. The activity of hippocampal neurons appears to reflect such a relationship, representing not only instantaneous position ...
  • Life on the edge: Latching dynamics in a Potts neural network 

    Kang, Chol Jun; Naim, Michelangelo; Boboeva, Vezha; Treves, Alessandro (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    We study latching dynamics in the adaptive Potts model network, through numerical simulations with randomly and also weakly correlated patterns, and we focus on comparing its slowly and fast adapting regimes. A measure, ...
  • Place cells in the hippocampus: Eleven maps for eleven rooms 

    Alme, Charlotte; Miao, Chenglin; Jezek, Karel; Treves, Alessandro; Moser, Edvard Ingjald; Moser, May-Britt (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
    The contribution of hippocampal circuits to high-capacity episodic memory is often attributed to the large number of orthogonal activity patterns that may be stored in these networks. Evidence for high-capacity storage in ...
  • Topography of Place Maps along the CA3-to-CA2 Axis of the Hippocampus 

    Lu, Li; Igarashi, Kei M; Witter, Menno; Moser, Edvard Ingjald; Moser, May-Britt (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    We asked whether the structural heterogeneity of the hippocampal CA3-CA2 axis is reflected in how space is mapped onto place cells in CA3-CA2. Place fields were smaller and sharper in proximal CA3 than in distal CA3 and ...
  • Updating of visual orientation in a gravity-based reference frame 

    Niehof, Nynke; Tramper, Julian J; Döller, Christian Fritz Andreas; Medendorp, W Pieter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    The brain can use multiple reference frames to code line orientation, including head-, object-, and gravity-centered references. If these frames change orientation, their representations must be updated to keep register ...
  • Gustatory-mediated avoidance of bacterial lipopolysaccharides via TRPA1 activation in Drosophila 

    Soldano, Alessia; Alpizar, Yeranddy A; Boonen, Brett; Franco, Luis; Lopez-Requena, Alejandro; Liu, Guangda; Mora, Natalia; Yaksi, Emre; Voets, Thomas; Vennekens, Rudi; Hassan, Bassem A; Talavera, Karel (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    Detecting pathogens and mounting immune responses upon infection is crucial for animal health. However, these responses come at a high metabolic price (McKean and Lazzaro, 2011, Kominsky et al., 2010), and avoiding pathogens ...
  • Entorhinal fast-spiking speed cells project to the hippocampus 

    Ye, Jing; Witter, Menno; Moser, May-Britt; Moser, Edvard Ingjald (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    The mammalian positioning system contains a variety of functionally specialized cells in the medial entorhinal cortex (MEC) and the hippocampus. In order for cells in these systems to dynamically update representations in ...
  • Path integration in place cells of developing rats 

    Bjerknes, Tale Litlere; Dagslott, Nenitha; Moser, Edvard Ingjald; Moser, May-Britt (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Place cells in the hippocampus and grid cells in the medial entorhinal cortex rely on self-motion information and path integration for spatially confined firing. Place cells can be observed in young rats as soon as they ...
  • Learning with unknowns: analyzing biological data in the presence of hidden variables 

    Battistin, Claudia; Dunn, Benjamin Adric; Roudi, Yasser (Journal article, 2017)
    Despite our improved ability to probe biological systems at a higher spatio-temporal resolution, the high dimensionality of the biological systems often prevents sufficient sampling of the state space. Even with large scale ...
  • An event map of memory space in the hippocampus 

    Deuker, Lorena; Bellmund, Jacob Lukas Sarid; Schröder, Tobias Navarro; Döller, Christian Fritz Andreas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    The hippocampus has long been implicated in both episodic and spatial memory, however these mnemonic functions have been traditionally investigated in separate research strands. Theoretical accounts and rodent data suggest ...
  • Grid-cell representations in mental simulation 

    Bellmund, Jacob Lukas Sarid; Deuker, Lorena; Schröder, Tobias Navarro; Döller, Christian Fritz Andreas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    Anticipating the future is a key motif of the brain, possibly supported by mental simulation of upcoming events. Rodent single-cell recordings suggest the ability of spatially tuned cells to represent subsequent locations. ...
  • Regulation of neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus and its role in anxiety-related behaviour in mice 

    Åmellem, Ingrid (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2017:265, Doctoral thesis, 2017)
  • Representation of geometric borders in the developing rat 

    Bjerknes, Tale Litlere; Moser, Edvard Ingjald; Moser, May-Britt (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
    Local space is represented by a number of functionally specific cell types, including place cells in the hippocampus and grid cells, head direction cells, and border cells in the medial entorhinal cortex (MEC). These cells ...
  • Interaction of nucleus reuniens and entorhinal cortex projections in hippocampal field CA1 of the rat 

    Dolleman-van der Weel, M. J.; Lopes da Silva, F.H.; Witter, Menno (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    The nucleus reuniens (RE) and entorhinal cortex (EC) provide monosynaptic excitatory inputs to the apical dendrites of pyramidal cells and to interneurons with dendrites in stratum lacunosum moleculare (LM) of hippocampal ...
  • Architecture of spatial circuits in the hippocampal region 

    Witter, Menno; Canto, Cathrin Barbara; Couey, Jonathan Jay; Koganezawa, Noriko; O'Reilly, Kally (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
    The hippocampal region contains several principal neuron types, some of which show distinct spatial firing patterns. The region is also known for its diversity in neural circuits and many have attempted to causally relate ...

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