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Spontaneous spiking activity of thousands of neurons in rat hippocampal dissociated cultures.

Nicholas M. Timme, Najja Marshall, Nicholas Bennett, Monica Ripp, Edward Lautzenhiser & John M. Beggs
These data contain a record of neuron spiking activity in rat hippocampal dissociated cultures. The recordings were performed for days in vitro (DIV) 6 through 35 with all cultures being recorded multiple times throughout development. The recordings were performed with a large multielectrode array (Multichannel Systems, square lattice, 60 electrodes, 200 μm interelectrode spacing, 30 μm electrode diameter, flat electrodes). The cultures were not stimulated, so these data represent spontaneous activity. In total, 435 recordings...

Extracellular neural recordings from macaque primary and dorsal premotor motor cortex during a sequential reaching task

Matthew G. Perich, Patrick N. Lawlor, Konrad P. Kording & Lee E. Miller
This data set includes extracellular recordings and behavior of macaque used in Lawlor, P.N. et al 2018 (under review as of 1/2018). The data was collected by Matthew G. Perich in the laboratory of Lee E. Miller at Northwestern University. The experiments examined the role of premotor cortex (PMd) and primary motor cortex (M1) in a sequential reaching task. In the experiment, the monkey controlled an on-screen cursor and was rewarded for moving that cursor...

Spiking responses of LGN neurons in the mouse to drifting grating

Benjamin Scholl, Andrew Y.Y. Tan, Joe Corey & Nicholas Priebe
This data consists of spiking responses of LGN neurons in the mouse to drifting gratings of different orientations. Responses from 72 neurons included.

jRGECO1a and jRCaMP1a characterization in the intact mouse visual cortex, using AAV-based gene transfer, 2-photon imaging and loose-seal cell attached recordings, as described in Dana et al 2016

Boaz Mohar, Hod Dana, Douglas S. Kim & Karel Svoboda
The data contain simultaneous loose-seal, cell-attached recordings and functional imaging using red genetically-encoded calcium indicators, jRGECO1a (11 cells) and jRCaMP1a (10 cells). We recorded cells in L2/3 of the primary visual cortex in anesthetized mice watching drifting grating movie. A small field of view was imaged to acquire the highest possible SNR. We include for each cell the raw fluorescence signal from the cell soma, neuropil signal from the cell surroundings, raw electrophysiological recording data,...

Eye-tracking data from human volunteers watching complex video stimuli.

Laurent Itti & Ran Carmi
This freely shared dataset consists of a body of 520 human eye-tracking data traces obtained while normal, young adult human volunteers freely watched complex video stimuli (TV programs, outdoors videos, video games). The dataset comprises eye movement recordings from eight distinct subjects watching 50 different video clips (~25 minutes of total playtime) and from another eight subjects watching the same set of video clips after scrambling them into randomly re-ordered sets of 1-3s clippets.

Single-unit recordings from two auditory areas in male zebra finches

Frederic E. Theunissen, ME Hauber, Sarah M. N. Woolley, Patrick Gill, SS Shaevitz, Noopur Amin, A Hsu, NC Singh, GA Grace, Thane Fremouw, Junli Zhang, P Cassey, AJ Doupe, SV David & WE Vinje
Data consists of simultaneous single-unit recordings from two auditory areas in male zebra finches.

Extracellular recordings from area V2 of awake behaving rhesus monkey

Ben D. Willmore, Ryan J. Prenger & Jack L. Gallant
This data consists of extracellular recordings from well isolated neurons in area V2 in awake behaving macaque monkeys.

Single electrode recordings from primary visual cortex

Stephen V. David, William E. Vinje & Jack L. Gallant
This data consists of single electrode recordings from V1 in awake behaving macaque monkeys who fixated at a central point on the screen, while stimuli were presented to the cell's receptive field. The data has been used by the Gallant lab to determine stimulus-response mapping functions.

Slice patch clamp recordings from GABAergic neurons in the Substantia Nigra pars reticulata (SNr) of Thy1-ChR2 mice during proximal and full-field optogenetic stimulation.

Lior Tiroshi & Joshua A Goldberg
Raw data of slice patch clamp recordings of GABAergic neurons in the Substantia Nigra pars reticulata (SNr) of Thy1-ChR2 mice. In all experiments, SNr neurons were optogenetically stimulated using 470 nm LED light, while all glutamatergic and GABAergic inputs were pharmacologically blocked. Experiments were repeated under two stimulation conditions: a) Proximal stimulation targeting the soma and proximal dendrites (~130 um around the soma) b) Full-field illumination exciting the soma as well as the entire dendritic...

Spiking activity of dopaminergic neurons in mouse ventral tegmental area (VTA) during chemogenetic suppression of the mPFC, during two classical conditioning tasks

Clara Kwon Starkweather, Samuel J. Gershman & Naoshige Uchida
This is a dataset consisting of spike timings of optogenetically-identified dopamine neurons in the mouse ventral tegmental area (VTA) during classical conditioning. The conditioned stimuli (CS) are 1-second-long odor presentations, and the unconditioned stimuli (US/reward) are water droplet deliveries (40ms, although animal licking the water and consuming it takes longer). The delay time between CS and US ranged from 1.2s to 2.8s. We recorded from dopamine neurons in 2 different classical conditioning tasks. Task 1...

Activity of multiple neurons in the brain stem (Inferior colliculus and Pontine Nucleus) of anesthetized rats during white noise auditory stimulus

Nir Nossenson, Ari Magal & Hagit Messer
This data set consists of 20 recordings of multiunit activity from the Pontine Nucleus and Inferior Colliculus of eight anesthetized rats using either TiN electrode with 8 tips or a twisted wire tetrode. The auditory stimulus used was white noise. The stereotaxic location of the electrode in each recording, as well as electrode type are provided. The data was used to model neural activity and to compare the performance of the optimal Gaussian signal-in-Gaussian-noise (model-based)...

Ventrolateral periaqueductal gray single-single unit activity during multi-cue fear discrimination in rats

KM Wright & MA McDannald
These data were collected from the ventrolateral periaqueductal gray of 6 adult male, Long Evans rats using 16 – wire drivable microelectrode bundles. Data include 245 single units recorded from 88 behavior sessions. Fear discrimination sessions consisted of 32 trials with a mean ITI of 3.5 min. Auditory cues were 10 s in duration and consisted of repeating motifs of a broadband click, phaser, or trumpet. Each cue was associated with a unique probability of...

Juxtacellular recordings from primary somatosensory cortex (vS1) neurons of adult mice performing whisker-mediated object localization.

S. Andrew Hires, Diego Gutnisky, Jianing Yu & Karel Svoboda
These experiments probe neural dynamics in the mouse vibrissal primary somatosensory cortex (S1) and its relationship to active touch. The data contain 52 juxtacellular loose-seal recording sessions from 21 adult mice performing a tactile decision behavior. Juxtacellular loose-seal recording are critical for recording in L4 because they fire synchronously and sparsely in time. The data also contain a complete record of the sensory and motor variables used to solve the task recorded at one millisecond...

Quantitative Single-Neuron Modeling Competition for year 2009, developed by researchers at EPFL. Data from Wistar rat cortical neurons and rhesus monkey lateral geniculate nucleus and retinal ganglion cells.

Wulfram Gerstner, Richard Naud, Matteo Carandini, Lawrence C. Sincich, Jonathan C. Horton, Daniel L. Adams & John R. Economides
This data was used for the 2009 quantitative single-neuron modeling competition developed by researchers at EPFL. There are four challenges). Data for the first three challenges are from Wistar rat cortical neurons. Data for the last challenge is from rhesus monkey LGN and retinal ganglion cells.

MatLab tools for estimating linear Fisher information from population data along with synthetic data and recorded spike count responses from neurons in macaque primary visual cortex to grating images with different orientations and white noise.

Ingmar Kanitscheider, Ruben Coen-Cagli, Adam Kohn & Alexandre Pouget
This package contains some MatLab tools for estimating linear Fisher information from population data. Also included are two datasets (one synthetic, including the ground truth information; and one recorded in macaque primary visual cortex) to test the code. The code and the data sets are described in the associated paper: Ingmar Kanitscheider, Ruben Coen-Cagli, Adam Kohn, Alexandre Pouget "Measuring Fisher information accurately in correlated neural populations". PLoS Comp. Biol. 2015

Extracellular recordings from area MT of awake macaques in response to naturalistic movies

Shinji Nishimoto & Jack L. Gallant
The dataset contains activity of 45 neurons in the area MT of awake macaques in response to naturalistic movies. The data were originally published in: Shinji Nishimoto, Jack L. Gallant (2011) A three-dimensional spatiotemporal receptive field model explains responses of area MT neurons to naturalistic movies. The Journal of Neuroscience, 31(41):14551-64.

Behavioral and electrophysiological studies of the avian thalamic song nucleus Uvaeformis including multiunit recordings in awake, behaving birds and song recordings from adult birds pre- and post-lesion of Uva.

Husain H Danish, Dmitriy Aronov & Michale S Fee
This data set contains multiunit recordings of neurons in the thalamic nucleus Uvaeformis (Uva) of adult male zebra finches (Taeniopygia gutatta) during singing (n=3 birds, >90 days post hatch). In addition, we have included song recordings from adult birds pre- and post-lesion of Uva. The results are reported in: Danish HH, Aronov D, Fee MS. Rhythmic syllable-related activity in a songbird motor thalamic nucleus necessary for learned vocalizations. PLoS One, (publication accepted) The methods that...

Firing pattern of O-LM cells in mouse hippocampal CA1

Giulia Quattrocolo & Gianmaria Maccaferri
This data set includes the raw data files from some experimental O-LM cells featured in Quattrocolo and Maccaferri (2013) that were later used to constrain the model cells of the model CA1 neural network published in Bezaire et al. (2016a).¬ Results from the experiments are described in: Giulia Quattrocolo and Gianmaria Maccaferri. Novel GABAergic circuits mediating excitation/inhibition of Cajal-Retzius cells in the developing hippocampus. The Journal of Neuroscience, 33(13):5486–5498, 2013. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.5680-12.2013

Intracranial EEG recordings of medial temporal, lateral frontal, and orbitofrontal regions in 10 human adults performing a visuospatial working memory task.

Elizabeth Johnson
This dataset contains intracranial EEG (iEEG) recordings of medial temporal, lateral frontal, and orbitofrontal regions in 10 human adults performing a visuospatial working memory task. Participants were epileptic patients (mean ± SD [range]: 37 ± 13 [22-69] years of age, 7 males) with channels in frontal and medial temporal lobes. Primary (raw) and derived (preprocessed) iEEG data, and analysis scripts are included. Each participant completed 120 trials of a visuospatial working memory task. Each trial...

Simultaneous large-scale recordings in dorsal hippocampus, basolateral amygdala and neighbouring deep nuclei and structures in rats performing a spatial aversive task and sleeping.

G. Girardeau, I. Inema & G. Buzsaki
This data set consists of simultaneous recordings from 4 rats in the dorsal hippocampus and amygdala (including BLA, CeN and neighboring nuclei and structures such as piriform cortex) during sleep and behavior. Histological reconstructions are provided as maps with corresponding structure for each electrode shank (8-shank Neuronexus silicon probes) and recording day. The behavior consists of running on a linear track for water rewards. In one location and one direction, an aversive airpuff is delivered....

Intracranial EEG recordings of lateral frontal and parietal regions in 7 human adults performing a visuospatial working memory task

Elizabeth Johnson
This data set contains EEG recordings from the lateral frontal and parietal regions from 7 human adults while they were performing a visuospatial working memory task. The recordings were intracranial (iEEG) recording subdurally or stereotactically with 4, 5 or 10 mm spacing between channels, sampled at 1 kHz or 512 Hz. Subjects were 7 epileptic patients (mean ± SD [range]: 25.4 ± 3.3 years of age, 4 males). Primary (filtered) and derived (fully preprocessed) iEEG...

Recordings from grasshopper (Locusta Migratoria) auditory receptor cells.

A.. Rokem, S. Watzl, T. Gollisch, M. Stemmler, A.V.M. Herz & I. Samengo
This data contains recordings from the grasshopper (Locusta migratoria) auditory receptor cell.

Simultaneous calcium imaging using GCaMP sensors and electrophysiology in L2/3 pyramidal neurons of the visual cortex in thy1 transgenic mice

Bei-Jung Lin, Tsai-Wen Chen, Douglas S. Kim & Karel Svoboda
(This data set is not yet available but should be sometime in late 2016, early 2017). This data set contains simultaneous calcium imaging and electrophysiology in L2/3 of the visual cortex during visual stimulations with drifting gratings. We used transgenic mouse lines GP4.3 (expressing GCaMP6s) and GP5.17 (expressing GCaMP6f) (Dana, H. et al 2014 PloS One). These mice express GCaMP6s/f under the thy-1 promoter.

Whole-brain recordings of adult Drosophila using light field microscopy along with corresponding behavior or stimuli data.

Sophie Aimon, Takeo Katsuki, Tongqiu Jia, Logan Grosenick, Michael Broxton, Karl Deisseroth, Terrence J. Sejnowski & Ralph J Greenspan
This dataset contains whole brain calcium or voltage recordings of adult Drosophila. They were recorded with light field microscopy, which permits ultra-fast whole-brain acquisition (up to 200Hz) albeit at lower spatial resolution than other techniques such as confocal microscopy. In some of the calcium data, the fly was behaving (mostly walking or grooming) and the behavior data is included. Other voltage and calcium datasets present response to stimuli (puffs of odor or flashes of UV...

Simultaneous intracellular and extracellular recordings from hippocampus region CA1 of anesthetized rats.

D.A. Henze, K.D. Harris, Z. Borhegyi, J. Csicsvari, A. Mamiya, H. Hirase, A. Sirota & G. Buzsáki
The data set is recorded from the CA1 hippocampal region. They contain recordings from the same neuron recorded both intracellularly and extracellularly. Part of this data set has been already tested by various laboratories to test the uniquely developed unit clustering algorithms.

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