Circuit model may explain how deep brain stimulation treats Parkinson’s disease symptoms
Stimulation of subthalamic nucleus interrupts a cycle of runaway beta-frequency rhythms and restores ability of interneurons to regulate rhythms in the brain’s striatum, improving movement, study suggests
Neurons are fickle. Electric fields are more reliable for information.
A new study suggests that electric fields may represent information held in working memory, allowing the brain to overcome “representational drift,” or the inconsistent participation of individual neurons