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The slow oscillation propagates horizontally within the cerebral cortex

Figure 5.  Simultaneous extracellular multiple unit recordings from seven different sites (from eight electrodes) in layers 5/6 of the secondary visual cortical areas (A) reveal that the slow oscillation propagates horizontally along the slice (B).  One example of the propagation is expanded in time in C.

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