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The dentate-CA3 regions as reciprocally connected networks that produce sequence recall (phase precession):

How the dentate combines information from the lateral and medial entorhinal cortex (about self and non-self) and forms connections that tie this information into a sequence.

  1. Relating hippocampal circuitry to function: recall of memory sequences by reciprocal dentate-CA3 interactions. Lisman JE. Neuron. 1999 Feb; 22(2):233-42. [ PDF Format  ]

  2. Recall of memory sequences by interaction of the dentate and CA3: a revised model of the phase precession. Lisman JE, Talamini LM, Raffone A. Neural Netw, 2005 Nov; 18(9): 1191-201. [ PDF format ]

  3. Hippocampal sequence-encoding driven by a cortical multi-item working memory buffer. Jensen O, Lisman JE. Trends Neurosci. 2005 Feb; 28(2): 67-72. [ PDF format ]

  4. Role of the dual entorhinal inputs to hippocampus: a hypothesis based on cue/action (non-self/self) couplets. Lisman JE. Prog Brain Res. 2007; 163:615-818. [ PDF format ]

  5. Memory retrieval time and memory capacity of the CA3 network: role of gamma frequency oscillations. de Almeida L, Idiart M, Lisman JE. Learn Mem. 2007 Nov 14; 14(11):795-806. [ PDF format ]



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