Oscillatory phase coupling coordinates anatomically dispersed functional cell assemblies

It is show that spiking activity in single neurons and neuronal ensembles apart from be affected by proximal LFP phase is also affected by dynamic patterns of oscillatory phase coupling between different brain areas. This phase-coupling–based rate correlations are independent of the distance between neurons, moreover, those correlate with behavior and neural function and can remain stable over multiple days. Neural oscillations enable selective and dynamic control of distributed functional cell assemblies.

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