// The NMDA conductance at each synapse in the cell is estimated as
// a percent of the AMPA conductance. The ratio of NMDA/AMPA conductances
// for different cell regions are given by the following values.
// modified by Yiota Poirazi, July 2001, poirazi@LNC.usc.edu
// modified by Jose Gomez April 2006, jfcgomez@ull.es
SOMA_NMDA_AMPA_RATIO=0.6
AXON_NMDA_AMPA_RATIO=0.6
BASAL_NMDA_AMPA_RATIO=0.6
APICAL_TRUNK_NMDA_AMPA_RATIO=0.6
//APICAL_NON_TRUNK_NMDA_AMPA_RATIO=2.5
APICAL_NON_TRUNK_NMDA_AMPA_RATIO=2.7
// Using the Peti_Augustine, 2000 and Andrasfaltvy_Magee, 2001 and Otmakhova & Lisman, 2000
//and Takumi et al, 1999 and Catrel at al 2000 paper for a linear increase in GLU and GABA
//currents along trunk and basal dendrites
/*
SOMA_NMDA_AMPA_RATIO=0.6
AXON_NMDA_AMPA_RATIO=0.6
BASAL_NMDA_AMPA_MAX_RATIO=1.5
APICAL_TRUNK_NMDA_AMPA_MAX_RATIO=3.5
APICAL_NON_TRUNK_NMDA_AMPA_MAX_RATIO=3.5
*/
SOMA_NMDA_AMPA_RATIO=3 //~0.6 peak current
AXON_NMDA_AMPA_RATIO=3
BASAL_NMDA_AMPA_MAX_RATIO=5 // about the same peak current
APICAL_TRUNK_NMDA_AMPA_MAX_RATIO=5 //at 250 is equivalent to the same peak current > ~2 peak current! at SLM
APICAL_NON_TRUNK_NMDA_AMPA_MAX_RATIO= 1.2*0.33 //0.8 // April 8, 2008 0.25 // ~2 peak current in side branches of SLM and ~1 of SC
//Attila Losonczy, and Jeffrey C. Magee, Neuron 50,291307 (April 2006). They say that AMPA/NMDA ratio is 4.7+/1 (n=4)
//APICAL_NON_TRUNK_NMDA_AMPA_MAX_RATIO=1/4.7
