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Role of afferent-hair cell connectivity in determining spike train regularity (Holmes et al 2017)
Tom Morse
"Vestibular bouton afferent terminals in turtle utricle can be categorized into four types depending on their location and terminal arbor structure: lateral extrastriolar (LES), striolar, juxtastriolar, and medial extrastriolar (MES). The terminal arbors of these afferents differ in surface area, total length, collecting area, number of boutons, number of bouton contacts per hair cell, and axon diameter (Huwe JA, Logan CJ, Williams B, Rowe MH, Peterson EH. J Neurophysiol 113: 2420 –2433, 2015). To understand how differences in terminal morphology and the resulting hair cell inputs might affect afferent response properties, we modeled representative afferents from each region, using reconstructed bouton afferents. ..."
  • Holmes WR, Huwe JA, Williams B, Rowe MH, Peterson EH (2017) Show Other
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  • Holmes, William [holmes at ohio.edu] Show Other
tom.morse@yale.edu
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