Extracellular spinal recordings: spontaneous activity and fictive locomotion
In vitro extracellular recording dataset of spontaneous activity in normal artificial cerebrospinal fluid (aCSF) and drug-induced fictive locomotion associated with Pocratsky et al 2023, Science Translational Medicine
ENG_spontAct_aCSF.xlsx: raw and analysed data from extracellular recordings from lumbar spinal ventral roots of postnatal spinal cords (postnataly day 3-5). Data reflects spontaneous activity observed when cords were perfused with artifical cerebrospinal fluid (aCSF). Groups: Littermate control and spinal Tor1a d-cko mice that develop early onset generalised torsional dystonia
ENG_fictiveLocomotion.xlsx: raw and analysed data from extracellular recordings from lumbar spinal ventral roots of postnatal spinal cords (postnatal day 1-5). Data reflects stable rhythmic bursting activity observed when cords were perfused with aCSF mixed with a cocktail of NMDA, 5-HT, and dopamine (for p3-p5 recordings, only).
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