Padilla-Coreano et al. investigated the role of vHPC-mPFC theta synchrony in avoidance behavior. They demonstrate that, compared to other frequencies, oscillatory optogenetic stimulation of vHPC terminals in mPFC at 8 Hz maximally increases avoidance, enhances neural transmission, and increases synchrony in this pathway.

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