OmniPlex Release 18.3 Now Available
Newsletter from April 12th, 2019 announcing the release of OmniPlex 18.3, a publication highlight, survey, and Plexon events for the month of April.
Download the latest release of OmniPlex – Version 18.3
OmniPlex Release 18.3
With the newest update comes fixes and improvements such as the optimization of DHP digital headstage detection, improved quality of interpolation in main spike window, improved performance at high channel counts, and more.
Publication of the Month
Multisensory Neurons in the Primate Amygdala – Jeremiah Morrow, Clayton Mosher, and Katalin Gothard
“Individual neurons in the monkey amygdala that respond to touch also respond to imagery and sounds, according to new research published in JNeurosci. These cells may provide the building blocks needed to process multisensory social and emotional information.
Previous studies of the amygdala have identified populations of neurons responsive to different types of sensory information. To investigate the response of these neurons to randomly chosen
The researchers found that most of the responsive cells they recorded across the amygdala responded to multiple types of stimuli, which could be differentiated by cellular firing rates.
As the stimuli were unfamiliar and lacked social or emotional significance to the monkeys, this finding suggests the amygdala processes neutral sensory information in addition to more meaningful information.
Roughly equal numbers of cells were found to respond to stimuli from each sensory domain,
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Washington D.C., April 11th – 13th
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