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An extremely rich repertoire of bursting patterns during the development of cortical cultures

Daniel A Wagenaar*, Jerome Pine and Steve M Potter*

BMC Neuroscience 2006, 7:11  doi:10.1186/1471-2202-7-11

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Daniel A. Wagenaar   (2007-03-09 15:35)  University of California, San Diego email

All raw data used for this report may be obtained from the web, at http://potterlab.bme.gatech.edu/development-data.

Analogues of Figure 1 for each of the 58 cultures studied are available at the same location. Requests for access may be sent to Steve Potter (steve.potter@bme.gatech.edu).

Competing interests

Poster of comment is author of paper.

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Access to These Data

Steve Potter   (2007-01-10 12:04)  Georgia Institute of Technology-Laboratory for Neuroengineering email

Access is free to all of the data described in this article. In addition, we provide codelets to help process it in batch mode, as well as help files, and format descriptions. The total size of the data sets is over 45GB. For your access code, please send a request to me:

Prof. Steve Potter <steve.potter@bme.gatech.edu>

Competing interests

None declared

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