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This article is from Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, volume 8.AbstractThe lateral geniculate nucleus is the gateway for visual information en route to the visual cortex. Neural activity is characterized by the existence of two firing modes: burst and tonic. Originally associated with sleep, bursts have now been postulated to be a part of the

Author: Ortuno, Tania; Grieve, Kenneth L.; Cao, Ricardo; Cudeiro, Javier; Rivadulla, Casto

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