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Table 2 Pairwise comparison between wild-type and Gria1-knockouts

From: Lack of redundancy between electrophysiological measures of long-range neuronal communication

KO vs. WT Delta Theta Beta Gamma
PFC-dHC PFC-vHC vHC-dHC PFC-dHC PFC-vHC vHC-dHC PFC-dHC PFC-vHC vHC-dHC PFC-dHC PFC-vHC vHC-dHC
Average metric Coherence     *** *** ***     *   
wPLI **   * * *** ** ** #   * * #
PLV     *** *** *** *    **   
PPC     *** *** *** *    **   
GC →     #   * #    * # *
GC ←   * * ** *** * ***    ***   #
PDC →   *    ***    *    ***  
PDC ←    ** * # **       **
MRL ←      **        
MI/PAC →     * ** *       
MI/PAC ←     * # *       
Coher. phase    #   #      * *** #
CC     *** * *     * ***  
MRL-phase ←     *         
MRL-lag ←             
Slope metric Coherence *** ** * ** *** # **     #  
wPLI #     **        
GC → ** *   **   * *     **  
GC ←   ** **   *** *       *
MI/PAC →      **        
MI/PAC ←      * *       
CC     *    #      *
  1. Overview over genotype-related statistical comparisons of the data displayed in Figs. 2, 3 (average metric) and 4 (slope metric). GC and PDC results are derived from the Sidak post hoc test after repeated-measures ANOVA across both directions of a connection and genotypes; MRL-phase and coherence-phase angle are compared with the Watson-Williams test [20]; all other P values are derived from independent-sample t tests. For LFP-based measures (coherence, wPLI, PLV, PPC, GC, PDC), the P values in the theta range refer to the peak theta (not mean theta). Arrows in directional measures indicate direction of coupling: → direction labelled in column name (e.g. PFC → dHC in the PFC-dHC column); ← opposite direction. For MI and MRL measures, the region named first corresponds to the region that contributes the theta oscillation to the analysis. p ≥ 0.1; #p < 0.1; *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p ≤ 0.001