Rupprecht and Friedrich find that a transient balanced state is established in the zebrafish homolog of olfactory cortex during an odor response. The balance is maintained on short timescales (tight balance) and in stimulus space (detailed balance) and can stabilize activity patterns in coding space while preserving a high temporal bandwidth.

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