Rate remapping: when the code goes beyond space.

Dupret D
Pleydell-Bouverie B
Csicsvari J
Scientific Abstract

Rate remapping is a conjunctive code that potentially enables hippocampal place cells to jointly represent spatial and nonspatial information. In this issue of Neuron, Rennó-Costa et al. introduce a theoretical model wherein the convergence of the medial and lateral entorhinal excitatory inputs, combined with local inhibition, explains hippocampal rate remapping.


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