Friday Paper List – July 5th

Another summer friday paper list. Hopefully you have been able to get out and enjoy the warm weather even though work might be trying to pull you back in.

Papers below!

1) Deep Cortical Layers Are Activated Directly by Thalamus Christine M. Constantinople and Randy M. Bruno ; Science 2013 (link)

2) Attention enhances synaptic efficacy and the signal-to-noise ratio in neural circuits Farran Briggs, George R. Mangun & W. Martin Usrey ; Nature 2013 (link)

3) Dual-mode operation of neuronal networks involved in left–right alternation Adolfo E. Talpalar, Julien Bouvier, Lotta Borgius, Gilles Fortin, Alessandra Pierani & Ole Kiehn ; Nature 2013 (link)

4) In-vivo single neuron axotomy triggers axon regeneration to restore synaptic density in specific cortical circuits A. J. Canty, L. Huang, J. S. Jackson, G. E. Little, G. Knott, B. Maco & V. De Paola ; Nature Communications 2013 (link)

5) Inhibition of inhibition in visual cortex: the logic of connections between molecularly distinct interneurons Carsten K Pfeffer, Mingshan Xue, Miao He, Z Josh Huang & Massimo Scanziani ; Nature Neuroscience 2013 (link)

6) Optimal control of reaching includes kinematic constraints Michael Mistry, Evangelos Theodorou, Stefan Schaal, and Mitsuo Kawato ; J Neurophysiology 2013 (link)

7) Two-Photon Processor and SeNeCA: a freely available software package to process data from two-photon calcium imaging at speeds down to several milliseconds per frame Jakub Tomek, Ondrej Novak, and Josef Syka ; J Neurophysiology 2013 (link)

8) Contrast Dependence and Differential Contributions from Somatostatin- and Parvalbumin-Expressing Neurons to Spatial Integration in Mouse V1 Hendrikje Nienborg, Andrea Hasenstaub, Ian Nauhaus, Hiroki Taniguchi, Z. Josh Huang, and Edward M. Callaway ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

9) Two-Photon Imaging of Nonlinear Glutamate Release Dynamics at Bipolar Cell Synapses in the Mouse Retina Bart G. Borghuis, Jonathan S. Marvin, Loren L. Looger, and Jonathan B. Demb ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

10) Mechanisms for Extracting a Signal from Noise as Revealed through the Specificity and Generality of Task Training Dorita H. F. Chang, Zoe Kourtzi, and Andrew E. Welchman ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

11) Neural Correlates of Short-Term Memory Reorganization in Humans with Hippocampal Damage Carsten Finke, Hannah Bruehl, Emrah Du ̈zel, Hauke R. Heekeren, and Christoph J. Ploner ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

12) Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation Modulates Large-Scale Cortical Network Activity by Network Resonance Mohsin M. Ali, Kristin K. Sellers, and Flavio Fröhlich ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

13) Spatial Stream Segregation by Auditory Cortical Neurons John C. Middlebrooks and Peter Bremen ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

14) A Mechanism for Frequency Modulation in Songbirds Shared with Humans Ana Amador and Daniel Margoliash ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

15) Heterogeneous Attractor Cell Assemblies for Motor Planning in Premotor Cortex Maurizio Mattia, Pierpaolo Pani, Giovanni Mirabella, Stefania Costa, Paolo Del Giudice, and Stefano Ferraina ; J Neuroscience 2013 (link)

16) Theoretical principles underlying optical stimulation of myelinated axons expressing channelrhodopsin-2 Richard L. Arlowa, Thomas J. Foutza, Cameron C. McIntyrea ; Neuroscience 2013 (link)

Remember it’s important to take a break from reading papers every now and then. So if you can, try to get out and have fun with friends!

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