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Model of Type 3 firing in neurons (Clay et al 2008)
ClayEtAl2008_r2 [366397]
An ionic model for Type 3 firing in neurons (Clay et al 2008) Some neurons fire only once in response to a sustained depolarizing current pulse, type 3 behavior. One example, surprisingly, is the squid giant axon. The Hodgkin-Huxley (HH) model of this preparation fires repetitively for these conditions – type 2, a result that is not observed experimentally as shown in the above paper. Changing one parameter of their model of IK is sufficient to mimic the result.
  • Neuron or other electrically excitable cell Show Other
  • Clay JR, Paydarfar D, Forger DB (2008) Show Other
ClayEtAl2008
Mohit Ganguly John R Clay
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