I suggest that you take a look at Floridis book 'Philosophy of Information' 
where he distinguishes three senses of the word 'information' and one of which 
seems to fit what you are asking about , viz., 'Neuroinformation'.
Lars-Göran Johansson

3 dec 2014 kl. 13:46 skrev Carolina Isiegas <cisie...@gmail.com>:

> Dear list,
>     I have been reading during the last year all these interesting exchanges. 
> Some of them terrific discussions! Given my scientific backgound (Molecular 
> Neuroscience), I would like to hear your point of view on the topic of 
> neuroinformation, how information "exists" within the Central Nervous 
> Systems. My task was experimental; I was interested in investigating the 
> molecular mechanisms underlying learning and memory, specifically, the role 
> of the cAMP-PKA-CREB signaling pathway in such brain functions (In Ted Abel´s 
> Lab at the University of Pennsylvania, where I spent 7 years). I generated 
> several genetically modified mice in which I could regulate the expression of 
> this pathway in specific brain regions and in which I studied the effects of 
> upregulation or downregulation at the synaptic and behavioral levels. 
> However, I am conscious that the "information flow" within the mouse Nervous 
> System is far more complex that in the "simple" pathway that I was 
> studying...so, my concrete question for you "Fishers" or "Fisers", how should 
> we contemplate the micro and macro structures of information within the 
> neural realm? what is Neuroinformation?
> Best wishes,
> -- 
> Carolina Isiegas
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Lars-Göran Johansson
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