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Raw EPHYS and behavioural data supporting paper 'Disruption of awake sharp-wave ripples have no effect on the immediate behaviour nor create short-lasting memories'.

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posted on 2024-04-09, 19:24 authored by Lies DeceuninckLies Deceuninck, Fabian Kloosterman

This project investigates the contribution of awake sharp-wave ripples (aswrs) to short-term memory (stm) using closed-loop electrical disruption of aswrs. For all the details about the behavioural tasks and method of recording we refer to our paper. This item contains all the raw data.

The raw data folders are organised per behavioural task: match-to-sample task (MTS), Non-match-to-sample task (NMTS), the sequence task (SEQ) and the supplementary experiments where rats have bilateral ventral hippocampus stimulation (BS). Every task folder contains folders per animal, which is divided up into 'session' folders. These session folders contain the recorded data from neuralynx (behavioral and ellectrophysiology data) and the meta data containing information about the experiment and the setup.

for example:

raw_data_NMTS/LD06/2018-11-28_15-08-58/

recorded data

Neuralynx

  • event.nev (time sync pulses)
  • VT1.nvt (tracking of LED's)
  • CheetahLogFile.txt (details about recording)
  • *ncs files (neural data from tetrodes)

meta data

info.yaml | information about the experiment and different epochs

epochs information

the epoch folder contains subfolders for each defined epoch in the info.yaml file. Each folder contains the following information about the epoch:

  • smoothed position (position.hdf5)
  • information about the position pre-processing (position.yaml)
  • an environment defining different regions on the maze (environment.yaml)

See related materials in Collection at: https://doi.org/10.25452/figshare.plus.c.6835236

Funding

Remember what to do: the contribution of hippocampal activity to short-term memory

Research Foundation - Flanders

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Connecting past and future: the contribution of hippocampal memory reactivate during wakefulness to learning behavior

Research Foundation - Flanders

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Research Institution(s)

KU Leuven, NERF-NeuroElectronics Research Flanders, VIB, Imec

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