Integrating new memories into the hippocampal network activity space
Gava GP., MCHUGH SB., LEFEVRE L., LOPES DOS SANTOS V., Trouche S., EL-GABY M., Schultz SR., DUPRET D.
By investigating the topology of neuronal coactivity, we found that mnemonic information spans multiple operational axes in the mouse hippocampus network. High activity principal cells form the core of each memory along a first axis, segregating spatial contexts and novelty. Low activity cells join coactivity motifs across behavioural events and enable their crosstalk along two other axes. This reveals an organizational principle for continuous integration and interaction of hippocampal memories.