A consensus statement on detection of hippocampal sharp wave ripples and differentiation from other fast oscillations.
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AuthorLiu, Anli A
Buffalo, Elizabeth A
Farrell, Jordan S
Foster, David J
Frank, Loren M
Guidera, Jennifer A
Hoffman, Kari L
Kahana, Michael J
Lin, Jack J
van der Meer, Matthijs A
McNaughton, Bruce L
de la Prida, Liset M
Rueckemann, Jon W
Sakon, John J
Staresina, Bernhard P
Weiss, Shennan A
Wilson, Matthew A
Zaghloul, Kareem A
Journal titleNature communications
Publication Begin page6000
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AbstractDecades of rodent research have established the role of hippocampal sharp wave ripples (SPW-Rs) in consolidating and guiding experience. More recently, intracranial recordings in humans have suggested their role in episodic and semantic memory. Yet, common standards for recording, detection, and reporting do not exist. Here, we outline the methodological challenges involved in detecting ripple events and offer practical recommendations to improve separation from other high-frequency oscillations. We argue that shared experimental, detection, and reporting standards will provide a solid foundation for future translational discovery.
CitationLiu AA, Henin S, Abbaspoor S, Bragin A, Buffalo EA, Farrell JS, Foster DJ, Frank LM, Gedankien T, Gotman J, Guidera JA, Hoffman KL, Jacobs J, Kahana MJ, Li L, Liao Z, Lin JJ, Losonczy A, Malach R, van der Meer MA, McClain K, McNaughton BL, Norman Y, Navas-Olive A, de la Prida LM, Rueckemann JW, Sakon JJ, Skelin I, Soltesz I, Staresina BP, Weiss SA, Wilson MA, Zaghloul KA, Zugaro M, Buzsáki G. A consensus statement on detection of hippocampal sharp wave ripples and differentiation from other fast oscillations. Nat Commun. 2022 Oct 12;13(1):6000. doi: 10.1038/s41467-022-33536-x. PMID: 36224194; PMCID: PMC9556539.
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