Extended Data Fig. 3: Cue duplication induced a second place field with smaller amplitude without virtual curtains. | Nature Neuroscience

Extended Data Fig. 3: Cue duplication induced a second place field with smaller amplitude without virtual curtains.

From: Membrane potential dynamics underlying context-dependent sensory responses in the hippocampus

Extended Data Fig. 3

ad, Population averages and statistics of theta amplitudes and spiking rates following the cue duplication (n = 10 cells from 7 animals in a and b, 9 cells from 7 animals in e and f). All data are presented as mean±s.e.m. The same color conventions as in Fig. 3. In (c): P = 1.936e-5 for control loc. 1 vs. control loc. 4, 0.641 for duplication loc. 1 vs. duplication loc. 4, 0.0564 for control loc. 1 vs. duplication loc. 1, and 3.451e-4 for control loc. 4 vs. duplication loc. 4. In (d): P = 3.97e-5 for control loc. 1 vs. control loc. 4, 0.5135 for duplication loc. 1 vs. duplication loc. 4, 0.1553 for control loc. 1 vs. duplication loc. 1, and 2.04e-4 for control loc. 4 vs. duplication loc. 4. eh, Population averages and statistics of theta amplitudes and spiking rates following the cue shift. Paired student t-test was conducted in all analyses. In (g): P = 2.744e-5 for control loc. 1 vs. control loc. 4, 1.85e-4 for shift loc. 1 vs. shift loc. 4, 2.454e-4 for control loc. 1 vs. shift loc. 1, 0.0632 for control loc. 1 vs. shift loc. 4, 9.723e-4 for control loc. 4 vs. shift loc. 4, and 0.2953 for control loc. 4 vs. shift loc. 1. In (h): P = 1.959e-4 for control loc. 1 vs. control loc. 4, 0.0035 for shift loc. 1 vs. shift loc. 4, 2.667e-4 for control loc. 1 vs. shift loc. 1, 0.2406 for control loc. 1 vs. shift loc. 4, 0.0034 for control loc. 4 vs. shift loc. 4, and 0.4954 for control loc. 4 vs. shift loc. 1. Solid curves and shaded areas depict mean±s.e.m. Bar graphs and error bars represent mean and s.e.m., respectively. Paired student t-test (two-sided) was conducted in all statistical analyses. *: P < 0.05, **: P < 0.01, ***: P < 0.001, N.S.: not significant (P > = 0.05).

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