[Ken-ichi Inoue] Development in advanced techniques for high-resolution multi-dimensional analyses of neural networks based on pathway-selective optogenetic manipulation

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Ken-ichi Inoue

Ken-ichi Inoue

Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
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In this research project, we aim at developing advanced techniques for high-resolution multi-dimensional analyses of neural networks in nonhuman primates by means of large-scale electrophysiological recordings of local field potentials and single-unit activities in combination with pathway-selective optogenetic manipulation. The outcome of this project enables us to understand how the inputs through individual pathways modulate the network dynamics within target structures and contribute to behavioral representation.

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