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Cerebellar Granule Cells: Dense, Rich and Evolving Representations

Research group De Zeeuw
Publication year 2017
Published in Current Biology
Authors Aleksandra Badura, C.I. De Zeeuw

For half a century it was assumed that granule cells use ultra-sparse encoding, but now in vivo calcium-imaging studies have shown that large ensembles of granule cells provide dense signals, which themselves evolve and adapt during training.

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