Portraits of communication in neuronal networks


Portraits of communication in neuronal networks

Portraits of communication in neuronal networks, Published online: 14 December 2018; doi:10.1038/s41583-018-0094-0

In this Opinion article, Hahn, Kumar and colleagues propose that synchrony- and oscillation-based communication between brain networks can be described by a common theoretical framework. They also suggest a mechanism for control of the flow of information in the brain through nesting of slow and fast oscillations.

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