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Canavier CC, Clark JW, Byrne JH (1991) Simulation of the bursting activity of neuron R15 in Aplysia: role of ionic currents, calcium balance, and modulatory transmitters. J Neurophysiol 66:2107-24 [Journal] [PubMed]
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   I A in Kenyon cells resemble Shaker currents (Pelz et al 1999) [Model]
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