List of the Neural Responses of Layer P Units

2013-02-22T08:46:21Z (GMT) by Thomas Gisiger Michel Kerszberg

Layer P cells have firing patterns which code for either memorizing or recalling an image. Each box contains three raster plots (top, center, and bottom), which represent the response of a single cell to a DMS trial where the cell's preferred image has to be sustained (top), a DPA trial where the cell's preferred image has to be sustained (center), and a DPA trial where the cell's preferred image has to be recalled (bottom).

Cells: For each class are listed the total number of cells in the class (black), the number of excitatory/inhibitory cells in the class (green/red), and the percentage of the total number of P neurons this class represents.

Role/priming: For each class, the table specifies whether neurons are involved in sustaining sample images, or recalling the targets. It also specifies the image specificity of the cells.

For type AP cells and “Others,” we only specify the number of cells primed by each unit.