Development of a birdsong motor circuit with antidromically-identified neurons: Spontaneous spiking data from anesthetized juvenile and adult zebra finch HVC.
Contributors: Day, Nancy F., Nick, Teresa A.
... Other This data set contains recordings from the cortical song nucleus HVC of anesthetized male zebra finches using a 4 tetrode array. These data examine the development of a circuit essential for vocal learning and production. Juveniles, who sing plastic song, are compared to adults, who sing stable song. These data have been used to investigate the development of motor control circuitry during a critical period in development (see papers from Nancy Day and Teresa Nick).
Contributors: Scholl, Benjamin, Tan, Andrew Y.Y., Corey, Joe, Priebe, Nicholas
... Other This data consists of spiking responses of LGN neurons in the mouse to drifting gratings of different orientations. Responses from 72 neurons included.
Contributors: Scholl, Benjamin, Pattadkal JJ, Dilly GA, Priebe NJ, Zemelman BV
... Other This dataset is composed of measurements of binocular disparity selectivity in mouse V1 neurons using two-photon calcium imaging. The experiments and results are described in: Local integration accounts for weak selectivity of mouse neocortical parvalbumin interneurons Ben Scholl, Jagruti J. Pattadkal, Geoff A. Dilly, Nicholas J. Priebe* and Boris V. Zemelman*, Neuron 87, 424-436 (July 15 2015) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuron.2015.06.030 * co-senior authors
Contributors: Cui, Yuwei, Liu, Dave L., Khawaja, Farhan A., Pack, Chris C., Butts, Danial A.
... Other The data set contains recordings of spiking response from 84 neurons in area MT of awake adult macaque monkeys in response to complex motion stimuli.
Multiple single unit recordings from different rat hippocampal and entorhinal regions while the animals were performing multiple behavioral tasks.
Contributors: Mizuseki, K., Sirota, A., Pastalkova, E., Diba, K., Buzsáki, G.
... Other The data set contains recordings made from multiple hippocampal areas in Long-Evans rats, including: Cornu Ammonis: CA1 and CA3; dentate gyrus (DG), and entorhinal cortex: EC2, EC3, EC5. The data was obtained during 442 recording sessions and includes responses of 7,737 neurons in eleven animals while they performed one of fourteen behaviors. Total time for all experiments is 204.5 hours.
Contributors: Theunissen, Frederic E., Gill, Patrick, Noopur, Amin, Zhang, Junli, Woolley, Sarah M. N., Fremouw, Thane
... Other This data set contains about 500 single-unit recordings from different audio areas in zebra finches. The specific areas recorded from include: Caudal Mesopallium (CM); Primary Forebrain (from subareas L1, L2a, L2b, L3 and L); Nucleus Ovoidalis (OV); and Mesencephalicus lateral dorsalis (MLd). In most of the experiments, recordings were collected from two brain regions simultaneously. For each experiment multiple sound stimuli were used. In most cases each stimulus was repeated about 10 times.
Whole cell recordings from neurons in the primary auditory cortex of rat in response to pure tones of different frequency and amplitude, along with recordings of nearby local field potential (LFP).
Contributors: Deweese, Michael R., Zador, Anthony M.
... Other The data consists of in vivo whole-cell patch clamp (voltage response) recordings from 40 neurons in the primary auditory cortex of rat in response to 25 ms long pure tones of different frequencies presented repeatedly in a pseudorandom sequence. Most (29 of the 40) recordings also include simultaneously recorded local field potential (LFP) using a second patch electrode approximately 1/2 mm away from the whole-cell recording electrode.
Contributors: Willmore, Ben D., Prenger, Ryan J., Gallant, Jack L.
... Other This data consists of extracellular recordings from well isolated neurons in area V2 in awake behaving macaque monkeys.
Contributors: Lescroart, Mark, Kay, Kendrick, Naselaris, Thomas, Prenger, Ryan, Oliver, Michael, Gallant, Jack
... Other This data set contains BOLD fMRI responses in human subjects viewing natural images. Analysis of this data showed that it was possible to determine which of many images a human subject was looking at from the observed fMRI responses. These results received wide-spread media coverage because they demonstrated a kind of "mind reading".
fMRI responses of human visual cortex (v1, v2, v3) to natural image patches obtained from above and below the centre of gaze of an observer freely-navigating an outdoor environment.
Contributors: Mannion, Damien J.
... Other The data set contains functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) measurements of the magnitude of evoked activity in the visual areas V1, V2, and V3 in seven humans in response to image patches, drawn from above or below the centre of gaze of an observer navigating a natural environment. The data is described in the publication: "Sensitivity to the visual field origin of natural image patches in human low-level visual cortex" by Damien J. Mannion.