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Co-variations of cerebral blood volume and single neurons discharge during resting state and visual cognitive tasks in non-human primates

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To better understand how the brain allows primates to perform various sets of tasks, the ability to simultaneously record neural activity at multiple spatiotemporal scales is challenging but necessary. However, the contribution of single-unit activities (SUAs) to neurovascular activity remains to be fully understood. Here, we combine functional ultrasound imaging of cerebral blood volume (CBV) and SUA recordings in visual and fronto-medial cortices of behaving macaques. We show that SUA provides a significant estimate of the neurovascular response below the typical fMRI spatial resolution of 2mm3. Furthermore, our results also show that SUAs and CBV activities are statistically uncorrelated during the resting state but correlate during tasks. These results have important implications for interpreting functional imaging findings while one constructs inferences of SUA during resting state or tasks.
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hal-04503575 , version 1 (13-03-2024)

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Julien Claron, Matthieu Provansal, Quentin Salardaine, Pierre Tissier, Alexandre Dizeux, et al.. Co-variations of cerebral blood volume and single neurons discharge during resting state and visual cognitive tasks in non-human primates. Cell Reports, 2023, 42 (4), pp.112369. ⟨10.1016/j.celrep.2023.112369⟩. ⟨hal-04503575⟩
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