Experience-dependent plasticity modulates ongoing activity in the antennal lobe and enhances odor representations

Luis Franco & Emre Yaksi
Ongoing neural activity has been observed across several brain regions and is thought to reflect the internal state of the brain. Yet, it is important to understand how ongoing neural activity interacts with sensory experience, and shapes sensory representations. Here, we show that projection neurons of the fruit fly antennal lobe exhibit spatiotemporally organized ongoing activity. After repeated exposure to odors, we observe a gradual and cumulative decrease in the amplitude and number of calcium...
2 citations reported since publication in 2021.
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