Enclosed here are raw data (axotape) files from some of the experiments performed in our laboratory. In addition, we have also included color figures of anatomical data that were published as gray scale images.
The electrophysiological data is in the form of axotape 2.0 files. To view these files, you will need axotape 2.0, which runs in DOS. If you do not have this program, you can download their demo version (which is nearly a completely normal version) here.
Gray, C. and D. McCormick. Chattering Cells: Superficial pyramidal neurons contributing to the generation of synchronous oscillations in the visual cortex. Science. October 4th, 1996.
- Seminar on stimulus evoked oscillatory activity in visual cortex
- Responses to several amplitude current pulses for the cells in Figure 1
- Color Slides of Chattering Cells and Their Dendrites from Figure 4 (including other cell types)
Sanchez-Vives, M.V., Bal, T., Kim, U., von Krosigk, M., and McCormick, D.A. (1996) Are the interlaminar zones of the ferret dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus actually part of the perigeniculate nucleus? J. Neurosci. 16: 5923-5941.
Nowak, L.G., Sanchez-Vives, M.V., and McCormick, D.A. (1997) Influence of low and high frequency inputs on spike timing in visual cortical neurons. Cerebral Cortex, Sept.