Detection of Multiway Gamma Coordination Reveals How Frequency Mixing Shapes Neural Dynamics

Here it's showed that not only neuronal networks exhibit mixing in response to imposed oscillations of known frequencies but that this occur in natural conditions, even more this frequency mixing (the generation of a novel frequency by the convergence on a nonlinearity activation target of two different rhythmic inputs) is intrinsic to the structure of neural activity and contribute importantly to neural dynamics.

They say that they don't suggest that, like in ephaptic coupling (see subsection) local field potentials of neurons can influence neighboring neurons, but that LFP is the extracellular reflection of the transmembrane currents experienced by neurons.

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