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Data and software supporting paper 'Disruption of awake sharp-wave ripples does not affect memorisation of locations in repeated-acquisition spatial memory tasks'

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Posted on 2024-04-10 - 05:49 authored by Lies Deceuninck
  • Raw electrophysiology and behavioural data
  • Publication figures and notebooks to recreate the figures
  • Intermediate data structures and summary analysis results
  • Python code
This collection contains the raw data and software used for the paper 'Disruption of awake sharp-wave ripples does not affect memorisation of locations in repeated-acquisition spatial memory tasks. It 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:  https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.84004


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

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

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

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