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Correspondence: bilal.haider@bme.gatech.edu

Author contributions: A.S., J.D.R., C.B., and B.H. performed experiments. C.B. wrote software. A.S., J.D.R., and B.H. performed analysis. B.H. and A.S. wrote the paper with input from all co-authors.

We thank Aman Saleem for critical comments on an earlier version of this work; Tatsuo Sato, Michael Krumin, Charu Reddy, Alexander Zorn, and Hayley Arrowood for technical assistance.

Disclosures: The authors declare no competing interests.


Research Funding:

Matteo Carandini for generous support in the initial phase of this study (Wellcome Trust Grants 095668 and 095669).

J.D.R. was funded by a Goizueta Foundation Fellowship.

B.H. was funded by the National Science Foundation IRFP, GT Neural Engineering Center, Whitehall Foundation, Sloan Foundation, and National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NIH 1R01 NS107968).


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Cortical State Fluctuations across Layers of V1 during Visual Spatial Perception


Journal Title:

Cell Reports


Volume 26, Number 11


, Pages 2868-+

Type of Work:

Article | Post-print: After Peer Review


Speed et al. show that visual behavior in mice is strongly influenced by the state of activity in primary visual cortex (V1). Single-trial perceptual accuracy was highly predictable from oscillations in the input layers and from correlations between excitatory neurons.

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