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Fast-Firing Neurons Show Superior Synchronization

News   Sep 09, 2020 | Original story from the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology

 
Fast-Firing Neurons Show Superior Synchronization

When a group of Purkinje neurons fire rapidly, loose synchronization occurs. This can be seen by the spikes occurring in groups at regular intervals (highlighted in yellow). When Purkinje neurons fire slowly, this synchronization does not occur. Credit: OIST

 
 
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