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Dechiphering hippocampal calcium imaging activity during behavior

It is known that the hippocampus contain place cells, responsible for coding the position of the animal in the environment. We record of data of hundreds of cells simultaneously using calcium imaging in freely foraging mice, and thus we have an opportunity to analyze the network properties and dynamics of hippocampal place cells during foraging and other behavioral tasks.