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  • NYU Dataset

    Eight bilateral silicon-probe multi-cellular electrophysiological recordings on four male Long-Evans rats

    Alternate Title(s)
    HC-11
    Authors
    Andres D. Grosmark
    John Long
    György Buzsáki
    Description

    This dataset is composed of eight bilateral silicon-probe multi-cellular electrophysiological recordings performed on four male Long-Evans rats. These recordings were performed to assess the effect of novel spatial learning on hippocampal CA1 neural firing and LFP patterns in naïve animals. Each session consisted of a long (~4 hour) PRE rest/sleep epoch home-cage recordings performed in a familiar...

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  • NYU Dataset

    Multi-unit recordings from the rat hippocampus made during open field foraging

    Alternate Title(s)
    HC-2
    Authors
    Kenji Mizuseki
    Anton Sirota
    Eva Pastalkova
    György Buzsáki
    Description

    The data set contains multichannel simultaneous recordings made from layer CA1 of the right dorsal hippocampus of three Long-Evans rats during open field tasks in which the animals chased randomly placed drops of water or pieces of Froot Loops while on an elevated square platform. In order to examine the temporal relationships between theta oscillations and the coordination of neuronal firing in the...

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  • NYU Dataset

    Recordings made using a silicon probe from three areas from a single rat while performing different behavioral tasks

    Alternate Title(s)
    HC-5
    Authors
    Eva Pastalkova
    Yingxue Wang
    Kenji Mizuseki
    György Buzsáki
    Description

    This dataset contains recordings made using a silicon probe from three areas from a single rat that was performing different behavioral tasks. The three regions recorded from are left and right hippocampal CA1 and right entorhinal cortex. The tasks are a left/right alternate selection task, wheel running, and platform exploration. The neural data was recorded on 125 channels. In the study, five...

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  • NYU Dataset

    Simultaneous recordings from 4 rats in the dorsal hippocampus and amygdala

    Alternate Title(s)
    TH-1
    Authors
    Adrien Peyrache
    György Buzsáki
    Description

    The data set contains recordings made from multiple anterior thalamic nuclei, mainly the antero-dorsal (AD) nucleus, and subicular areas, mainly the post-subiculum (PoS), in freely moving mice. Thalamic and subicular electrodes yielding high number of the so-called Head-Direction (HD) cells were likely to be located in the AD nucleus and the PoS, respectively. Electrode placement was confirmed by histology....

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  • NYU Dataset

    Multi-unit spiking activity recorded from rat frontal cortex

    Alternate Title(s)
    FCX-1
    Authors
    Brendon O. Watson
    Daniel Levenstein
    J. Palmer Greene
    Jennifer N. Gelinas
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    This data contains recordings from the rat frontal cortex (brain regions mPFC, OFC, ACC, and M2) during wake-sleep episodes where at least 7 minutes of wakefulness are followed by 20 minutes of sleep. The data was recorded using silicon probe electrodes in the frontal cortices of male Long Evans rats between 4-7 months of age during no specific behavior, task or stimulus. Rather the animal was left...

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  • NYU Dataset

    Recordings of gaze position to assess discrimination sensitivity of higher-order moments of motion

    Authors
    Michael L. Waskom
    Janeen Asfour
    Roozbeh Kiani
    Description

    This dataset contains behavioral data assessing the sensitivity of five human subjects (one female and four male) to higher-order moments of motion as applied to random dot kinematograms. The dots were manipulated by probability distributions that systematically differed in their mean, variance, skewness, or kurtosis. Following training sessions where they reached at least 80% accuracy, subjects were...

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  • NYU Dataset

    Recordings of behavioral responses to timescale variation on the processing of visual stimuli

    Authors
    Michael L. Waskom
    Roozbeh Kiani
    Description

    This dataset assesses the influence of timescale on the processing of visual stimuli. Following training sessions where they reached at least 76% accuracy, five human subjects (four male and one female) were presented with the following task: brief samples of a contrast pattern were presented on screen for 200 ms, followed by a pause before the subjects were prompted to match the samples to one of...

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    Neuroscience
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  • NYU Dataset

    Neural recordings from the visual cortex and the prearcuate gyrus of macaque monkeys

    Authors
    Ori Maoz
    Gašper Tkačik
    Mohamad Saleh Esteki
    Roozbeh Kiani
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    This data collection includes neural recordings obtained from the visual cortex (V1 and V2) and prearcurate gyrus (8Ar) of macaque monkeys (Macaca nemestrina and Macaca mulatta) during a direction discrimination task and code for replicating the modeling of neural representations. 96-channel microelectrode Utah arrays were implanted across the border of the V1 and V2 visual cortices of Macaca nemestrina....

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  • NYU Dataset

    Intra-axonal Space Segmentation from 3D Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) of the Mouse Brain Genu of Corpus Callosum

    Authors
    Hong-Hsi Lee
    Dmitry S. Novikov
    Els Fieremans
    Description

    This dataset includes 3D scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images of a female mouse corpus callosum and MATLAB code for random walker (RaW) segmentations of myelinated axons. The code additionally characterizes inner axonal diameters and fiber orientation dispersion within segments of the intra-axonal spaces and myelin sheaths. In the study, a female 8-week-old C57BL/6 mouse was perfused trans-cardiacally...

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    Anatomy
    Neuroscience
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  • NYU Dataset

    Methods in Infant/Toddler Neuroimaging Study

    Alternate Title(s)
    MINI
    Authors
    Cassandra L. Hendrix
    Moriah E. Thomason
    Description

    The Methods in Infant/Toddler Neuroimaging (MINI) study surveyed investigators at infant and toddler research laboratories across the globe to collect information on preferred practices for MRI acquisition, scan success rates, visit preparation, scanning protocols, family accommodations, study design, and addressing incidental findings. The survey was distributed in February 2021 through the Fetal,...

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    Neuroscience
    Timeframe
    2021
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