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NameAccurate and fast simulation of channel noise in conductance-based model neurons (Linaro et al 2011)
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NotesWe introduce and operatively present a general method to simulate channel noise in conductance-based model neurons, with modest computational overheads. Our approach may be considered as an accurate generalization of previous proposal methods, to the case of voltage-, ion-, and ligand-gated channels with arbitrary complexity. We focus on the discrete Markov process descriptions, routinely employed in experimental identification of voltage-gated channels and synaptic receptors.
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Neocortex pyramidal layer 5-6 cell show other
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Linaro D, Storace M, Giugliano M (2011) show other
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Linaro, Daniele [daniele.linaro at unige.it] show other
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