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Different Neurons Population Distribution correlates with Topologic-Temporal Dynamic Acoustic Information Flow

Riofrio, Walter and Aguilar, Luis Angel (2005) Different Neurons Population Distribution correlates with Topologic-Temporal Dynamic Acoustic Information Flow. [Conference Paper] (In Press)

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It is reported a great variety of functional actions of GABA in auditory system. Although many studies reports the presence and distribution of GABA receptors; nevertheless, the studies about the inhibitory GABA-dependent neurons distribution in the Inferior Culliculus are scarce. We are interested in studies on the role played by GABAergic neurons in the acoustic information transmission in the Central Nucleus of Inferior Culliculus. The existence and distribution of GABAergic neurons in CNIC, could give us understandings on how the inhibitory actions of neurotransmitters are participating in ways which the information flow is spatial-temporal associated with the firing synchrony in each isofrequency region. And with these results, we could achieve some insights over the emergence of certain mind properties from neurons dynamic interactions.

Item Type:Conference Paper
Keywords:Complexity-Evolvability; GABAergic neurons; Information Emergence; Inter-spike variability; Spatial-temporal topology
Subjects:Computer Science > Complexity Theory
Biology > Evolution
Biology > Theoretical Biology
ID Code:4876
Deposited By:Riofrio, Walter
Deposited On:25 May 2006
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56

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