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Reverberatory bursts propagation and synchronization in developing cultured NNs (Huang et al 2016)
Tom Morse
HuangEtAl2016.zip [11220814]
"Developing networks of neural systems can exhibit spontaneous, synchronous activities called neural bursts, which can be important in the organization of functional neural circuits. ... Using a propagation model we infer the spreading speed of the spiking activity, which increases as the culture ages. We perform computer simulations of the system using a physiological model of spiking networks in two spatial dimensions and find the parameters that reproduce the observed resynchronization of spiking in the bursts. An analysis of the simulated dynamics suggests that the depletion of synaptic resources causes the resynchronization. The spatial propagation dynamics of the simulations match well with observations over the course of a burst and point to an interplay of the synaptic efficacy and the noisy neural self-activation in producing the morphology of the bursts."
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  • Huang CH, Huang YT, Chen CC, Chan CK (2017) Show Other
  • Chen, Chun-Chung [cjj at u.washington.edu] Show Other
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