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Extracellular recordings from multi-site silicon probes used for clustering of neuron responses in rat hippocampal and entorhinal regions.

Mizuseki, K.; Sirota, A.; Pastalkova, E.; Diba, K.; Peyrache, A.; Buzsáki, G. (2014)
Publisher: CRCNS.org
The data set contains additional data that is associated with sessions in the CRCNS.org hc-3 data set, but not included in that data set. Specifically, for a given electrode placement, this data set includes all of the sessions and broadband raw data used to detect putative spikes, as well as all of the derived data used to cluster neuron responses (spike sorting).

Multi-neuron recordings in primary visual cortex

Blanche, Tim (2009)
Publisher: CRCNS.org
The data comprises multi-neuron responses recorded with silicon electrode arrays in the primary visual cortex of anethetized cats. Specifically, the spike times of ten (10) simultaneously recorded cells from a single penetration in cat area 17 in response to oriented drifting bars, spatiotemporal white noise, and a dynamic natural scene movie.

Extracellular recordings from multi-site silicon probes in the anterior thalamus and subicular formation of freely moving mice.

Peyrache, A.; Buzsáki, G. (2015)
Publisher: CRCNS.org
The data set contains recordings made from multiple anterior thalamic nuclei, mainly the antero-dorsal (AD) nucleus, and subicular areas, mainly the post-subiculum (PoS), in freely moving mice. Thalamic and subicular electrodes yielding high number of the so-called Head-Direction (HD) cells were likely to be located in the AD nucleus and the PoS, respectively. Electrode placement was confirmed by histology. ...

fMRI responses of human visual cortex (v1, v2, v3) to natural image patches obtained from above and below the centre of gaze of an observer freely-navigating an outdoor environment.

Mannion, Damien J. (2011)
Publisher: CRCNS.org
The data set contains functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) measurements of the magnitude of evoked activity in the visual areas V1, V2, and V3 in seven humans in response to image patches, drawn from above or below the centre of gaze of an observer navigating a natural environment. The data is described in the publication: "Sensitivity to the visual field origin of natural image patches in human ...

Recordings of electrical potentials in the in vivo human brain induced by transcranial electrical stimulation

Huang, Y.; Liu, A.; Lafon, B.; Friedman, D.; Dayan, M.; Wang, X.; Bikson, M.; Devinsky, O.; Parra, L. (2016)
Publisher: CRCNS.org
The data set contains the voltage magnitudes at intracranial electrodes induced by transcranial electrical stimulation (tES). It is derived from the in vivo electrocorticography (ECoG) recordings of electrical potential on human subjects when weak alternating current (smaller than 2 mA) is applied transcranially from the scalp surface. 10 individuals are recorded with almost 1400 intracranial electrodes in total cover...

Recordings from grasshopper (Locusta Migratoria) auditory receptor cells.

Rokem, A..; Watzl, S.; Gollisch, T.; Stemmler, M.; Herz, A.V.M.; Samengo, I. (2009)
Publisher: CRCNS.org
This data contains recordings from the grasshopper (Locusta migratoria) auditory receptor cell.

Two photon calcium imaging recordings of spontaneous activity from mouse somatosensory cortex in wild-type and Fmr1 knock-out mice from three developmental age groups.

Gonçalves, J.T; O’Donnell, C.; Sejnowski, T.J.; Portera-Cailliau, C. (2017)
Publisher: CRCNS.org
This dataset contains in vivo two photon Ca2+ imaging recordings obtained from Layer 2/3 somatosensory cortex of several mice of two genotypes (wild-type C57/B6 and Fmr1 knock-out) and three developmental age groups (postnatal days 9—11, 14—16, and 30—40). The mice were un-anesthetized, head-fixed, and not engaged in any experimental task. The dataset comprises: 1) the raw TIFF imaging movies, 2) estimated ...

Utah array extracellular recordings of spontaneous and visually evoked activity from anesthetized macaque primary visual cortex (V1).

Kohn, A.; Smith, M.A. (2016)
Publisher: CRCNS.org
The data comprise two conditions: spontaneous and evoked V1 activity. The data were recorded by Matthew Smith and Adam Kohn, in the Kohn lab at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (both data sets), and J. Anthony Movshon’s lab at New York University (spontaneous data set). Tai Sing Lee (Carnegie Mellon University) provided research support and Ryan Kelly (Carnegie Mellon University) participated in the data collec...

Multi-unit spiking activity recorded from rat frontal cortex (brain regions mPFC, OFC, ACC, and M2) during wake-sleep episode wherein at least 7 minutes of wake are followed by 20 minutes of sleep.

Watson, BO; Levenstein, D; Greene, JP; Gelinas, JN; Buzsáki, G (2016)
Publisher: CRCNS.org
Data was recorded using silicon probe electrodes in the frontal cortices of male Long Evans rats between 4-7 months of age. The design was to have no specific behavior, task or stimulus, rather the animal was left alone in it’s home cage (which it lives in at all times). Data includes both local field potentials (LFP) and spikes. 11 total animals, 27 recording sessions, 1360 total units recorded, 1121 units conside...

Extracellular recordings from area V2 of awake behaving rhesus monkey

Willmore, Ben D.; Prenger, Ryan J.; Gallant, Jack L. (2011)
Publisher: CRCNS.org
This data consists of extracellular recordings from well isolated neurons in area V2 in awake behaving macaque monkeys.