The hippocampus unfolded: a sublayer-specific perspective of entorhinal-hippocampal function
Liset M. de la Prida
Understanding how the hippocampus encodes different aspects of experiences that make episodic memories is a fundamental question in neuroscience. Here, we will review how an entorhinal dialogue with deep-superficial CA1 cells can multiplex neuronal activity along theta phases and how their reactivation may be segregated during sharp-wave ripples. Our data suggest that deep and superficial CA1 sublayers provide substrate for general hippocampal function.