Two new papers published!

Two of our papers came out during the last few weeks. In “Population code in mouse V1 facilitates read-out of natural scenes through increased sparseness” (published in Nature Neuroscience), we show that higher order correlations in natural scenes lead to increased population sparseness, improving the representation of natural scenes in the population code. In “State dependence of noise correlations in macaque V1” (published in Neuron), we show that global activity fluctuations in neural activity lead to noise correlations during anesthesia, and that removing these global fluctuations recovers the awake correlation structure.


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