Apr 18, 2020

Taxonomy of neural oscillation events in primate auditory cortex

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Samuel A NeymotinP. Lakatos

Abstract

Electrophysiological oscillations in neocortex have been shown to occur as multi-cycle events, with onset and offset dependent on behavioral and cognitive state. To provide a baseline for state-related and task-related events, we quantified oscillation features in resting-state recordings. We used two invasively-recorded electrophysiology datasets: one from human, and one from non-human primate auditory system. After removing event related potentials, we used a wavelet transform based method to quantify oscillation features. We identified about 2 million oscillation events, classified within traditional frequency bands: delta, theta, alpha, beta, gamma, high gamma. Oscillation events of 1-44 cycles were present in at least one frequency band in 90% of the recordings, consistent across human and non-human primate. Individual oscillation events were characterized by non-constant frequency and amplitude. This result naturally contrasts with prior studies which assumed such constancy, but is consistent with evidence from event-associated oscillations. We measured oscillation event duration, frequency span, and waveform shape. Oscillations tended to exhibit multiple cycles per event, verifiable by comparing filtered to unfiltered wa...Continue Reading

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