T15. Paired, Phase-Lagged Electrical Stimulation Alters Connectivity and Plasticity in a Fear Regulation Circuit

      Brain connectivity may depend on the oscillatory synchrony of local field potential (LFP) between regions. For instance, synchronized low-frequency oscillations in fronto-amygdalar circuits are strongly implicated in fear regulation. Clinical exploitation of this knowledge is limited by the lack of established methods for manipulating oscillatory synchrony. We describe a brain stimulation technique to alter oscillatory synchrony in a rodent model.
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