Neuronal Network Analysis: Concepts and Experimental Approaches by Tommaso FellinNeuronal Network Analysis: Concepts and Experimental Approaches by Tommaso Fellin

Neuronal Network Analysis: Concepts and Experimental Approaches

EditorTommaso Fellin, Michael Halassa

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In the last few years, technologies that allow for monitoring and manipulating neuronal networks at a single cell resolution have been rapidly expanding.  In Neuronal Network Analysis: Concepts and Experimental Approaches, experts in the field provide an overview of some of the most advanced techniques for the study of neuronal circuits, highlighting current technical limitations and providing a vision of what is yet to come. Broken into six convenient, interdependent section, this volume covers optical approaches, electrophysiological approaches, both in vitro and in vivo, optogenetics, morpho-functional approaches, and neuronal network analysis in humans. As a volume in the Neuromethods series, this work provides the kind of detailed description and implementation advice that is crucial for getting optimal results. Authoritative and cutting-edge, Neuronal Network Analysis: Concepts and Experimental Approaches will be useful for early career neuroscientists, as well as for experienced neuroscientists, by providing a practical framework for studying the brain as an organ while maintaining an appreciation for its cellular diversity.
Title:Neuronal Network Analysis: Concepts and Experimental ApproachesFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:503 pagesPublished:February 23, 2012Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Part I: Optical Approaches 1. Optical Interrogation of Neural Circuits            Tycho M. Hoogland and Peter Saggau 2. In Vivo Functional Imaging of the Olfactory Bulb at Single Cell Resolution            Stefan Fink, Yury Kovalchuk, Ryota Homma, Bernd Schwendele, Stephan Direnberger, Lawrence B. Cohen, Oliver Griesbeck, and Olga Garaschuk 3. Two-Photon Imaging of Neural Activity in Awake, Head-Fixed Mice            Martin Wienisch, David Blauvelt, Tomokazu F. Sato, and Venkatesh N. Murthy 4. Spatial Light Modulators for Complex Spatio-Temporal Illumination of Neuronal Networks            Francesco Difato, Marco Dal Maschio, Riccardo Beltramo, Axel Blau, Fabio Benfenati, and Tommaso Fellin 5. Voltage-Sensitive Dye Imaging of Cortical Function In Vivo            Eugene F. Civillico Part II: Electrophysiological Approaches In Vitro 6. An Introduction to In Vitro Slice Approaches for the Study of Neuronal Circuitry            Carmen Varela, Daniel A. Llano, and Brian B. Theyel 7. Extracellular Recordings of Synaptic Plasticity and Network Oscillations in Hippocampal Slices            Gaga Kochlamazashvili, Oleg Senkov, and Alexander Dityatev  8. Use of Dynamic-Clamp as a Tool to Reveal the Computational Properties of Single Neurons Embedded in Cortical Circuits            Alberto Bacci, Antonio Pazienti, and Michele Giugliano 9. Fast Perfusion Methods for the Study of Ligand-Gated Ion Channels            Andrea Barberis Part III: Electrophysiological Approaches In Vivo 10. Electrophysiological Approaches for Studying Neuronal Circuits In Vivo            George Dragoi 11. Determination of Cortical Circuit Function Using Current Source-Density (CSD) Analysis In Vivo            Michael J. Higley 12. Intracellular Whole-Cell Patch-Clamp Recordings of Cortical Neurons in Awake Head-Restrained Mice            Sylvain Crochet 13. Investigating Sleep Homeostasis with Extracellular Recording of Multiunit Activity from the Neocortex in Freely-Behaving Rats            Vladyslav V. Vyazovskiy, Umberto Olcese, and Giulio Tononi 14. Analysis of Hippocampal Memory Replay Using Neural Population Decoding            Fabian Kloosterman 15. High Speed Videography of Embodied Active Sensing in the Rodent Whisker System            Jason T. Ritt Part IV: Optogenetics 16. Light-Activated Ion Pumps and Channels for Temporally-Precise Optical Control of Activity in Genetically-Targeted Neurons            Brian Y. Chow, Xue Han, Jacob G. Bernstein, Patrick E. Monahan, and Edward S. Boyden 17. Integrated Optogenetic and Electrophysiological Dissection of Local Cortical Circuits In Vivo            Jessica A. Cardin 18. Combining Optical Stimulation with Extracellular Electrophysiology in Behaving Mice            Joshua H. Siegle Part V: Morpho-Functional Approaches 19. Morphological Approaches to the Anatomical Dissection of Neuronal Circuits            David C. Lyon 20. The Isotropic Fractionator: A Fast, Reliable Method to Determine Numbers of Cells in the Brain or Other Tissues            Suzana Herculano-Houzel 21. Morpho-Functional Mapping of Cortical Networks in Brain Slice Preparations Using Paired Electrophysiological Recordings            Gabriele Radnikow, Robert Heinz Günter, Manuel Marx, and Dirk Feldmeyer Part VI: Neuronal Network Analysis in Humans 22. Combining Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation with Electroencephalography to Study Human Cortical Excitability and Effective Connectivity            Mario Rosanova, Silvia Casarotto, Andrea Pigorini, Paola Canali, Adenauer G. Casali, and Marcello Massimini 23. Biophysically Principled Computational Neural Network Modeling of Magneto-/Electro-Encephalography (MEG/EEG) Measured Human Brain Oscillations            Stephanie R. Jones