CA1 pyr cell: Inhibitory modulation of spatial selectivity+phase precession (Grienberger et al 2017)

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Spatially uniform synaptic inhibition enhances spatial selectivity and temporal coding in CA1 place cells by suppressing broad out-of-field excitation.
Reference:
1 . Grienberger C, Milstein AD, Bittner KC, Romani S, Magee JC (2017) Inhibitory suppression of heterogeneously tuned excitation enhances spatial coding in CA1 place cells. Nat Neurosci [PubMed]
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Model Type: Neuron or other electrically excitable cell; Realistic Network;
Brain Region(s)/Organism: Hippocampus;
Cell Type(s): Hippocampus CA1 pyramidal cell;
Channel(s):
Gap Junctions:
Receptor(s): NMDA;
Gene(s):
Transmitter(s):
Simulation Environment: NEURON; Python;
Model Concept(s): Active Dendrites; Detailed Neuronal Models; Place cell/field; Synaptic Integration; Short-term Synaptic Plasticity; Spatial Navigation; Feature selectivity;
Implementer(s): Milstein, Aaron D. [aaronmil at stanford.edu];
Search NeuronDB for information about:  Hippocampus CA1 pyramidal cell; NMDA;
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GrienbergerEtAl2017
morphologies
readme.txt
ampa_kin.mod *
exp2EPSC.mod
exp2EPSG.mod
exp2EPSG_NMDA.mod
gaba_a_kin.mod *
h.mod
kad.mod *
kap.mod *
kdr.mod *
km2.mod
nas.mod
nax.mod
nmda_kin2.mod
nmda_kin3.mod
nmda_kin5.mod *
pr.mod *
vecevent.mod *
batch_EPSP_attenuation.sh
batch_place_cell_r_inp.sh
batch_place_cell_record_i_syn.sh
batch_place_cell_single_compartment.sh
batch_place_cell_subtr_inh.sh
batch_place_cell_subtr_inh_shifted.sh
batch_place_cell_subtr_inh_vclamp.sh
batch_process_i_syn_files.sh
batch_rinp.sh
batch_spine_attenuation_ratio.sh
build_expected_EPSP_reference.sh
build_expected_EPSP_reference_controller.py
build_expected_EPSP_reference_engine.py
consolidate_i_syn_files.py
consolidate_tracked_spine_data.py
fit_parameter_exponential_distribution.py
function_lib.py
optimize_AMPA_KIN.py
optimize_dendritic_excitability_020416.py
optimize_GABA_A_KIN.py
optimize_NMDA_KIN2.py
parallel_branch_cooperativity.sh
parallel_branch_cooperativity_no_nmda.sh
parallel_clustered_branch_cooperativity_nmda_controller_110315.py
parallel_clustered_branch_cooperativity_nmda_engine_110315.py
parallel_EPSP_attenuation_controller.py
parallel_EPSP_attenuation_engine.py
parallel_EPSP_i_attenuation_controller.py
parallel_EPSP_i_attenuation_engine.py
parallel_expected_EPSP_controller.py
parallel_expected_EPSP_engine.py
parallel_optimize_branch_cooperativity.sh
parallel_optimize_branch_cooperativity_nmda_kin3_controller.py
parallel_optimize_branch_cooperativity_nmda_kin3_engine.py
parallel_optimize_EPSP_amp_controller.py
parallel_optimize_EPSP_amp_engine.py
parallel_optimize_pr.sh
parallel_optimize_pr_controller_020116.py
parallel_optimize_pr_engine_020116.py
parallel_rinp_controller.py
parallel_rinp_engine.py
parallel_spine_attenuation_ratio_controller.py
parallel_spine_attenuation_ratio_engine.py
plot_channel_distributions.py
plot_NMDAR_kinetics.py
plot_results.py
plot_spine_traces.py
plot_synaptic_conductance_facilitation.py
process_i_syn_files.py
record_bAP_attenuation.py
simulate_place_cell_no_precession.py
simulate_place_cell_single_compartment.py
simulate_place_cell_single_compartment_no_nmda.py
simulate_place_cell_subtr_inh.py
simulate_place_cell_subtr_inh_add_noise.py
simulate_place_cell_subtr_inh_add_noise_no_na.py
simulate_place_cell_subtr_inh_no_na.py
simulate_place_cell_subtr_inh_no_nmda_no_na.py
simulate_place_cell_subtr_inh_r_inp.py
simulate_place_cell_subtr_inh_rec_i_syn.py
simulate_place_cell_subtr_inh_shifted.py
simulate_place_cell_subtr_inh_silent.py
simulate_place_cell_subtr_inh_vclamp.py
specify_cells.py
                            
__author__ = 'milsteina'
from specify_cells import *
import random
import os
"""
Builds a cell locally so each engine is ready to receive jobs one at a time, specified by an index corresponding to
which synapse to stimulate (all spines), for comparing Expected to Actual depolarization.
"""

morph_filename = 'EB2-late-bifurcation.swc'

# exponential ampar conductance gradient applied to trunk; inheritance applied to apical and tuft; constant basal
mech_filename = '043016 Type A - km2_NMDA_KIN5_Pr'

rec_filename = 'output'+datetime.datetime.today().strftime('%m%d%Y%H%M')+'-pid'+str(os.getpid())


def stimulate_single_synapse(syn_index):
    """
    :param syn_index: int
    :return: str
    """
    start_time = time.time()
    syn = syn_list[syn_index]
    spine = syn.node
    branch = spine.parent.parent
    sim.modify_rec(2, branch)
    sim.parameters['spine_index'] = spine.index
    syn.source.play(spike_times)
    sim.run(v_init)
    with h5py.File(data_dir+rec_filename+'.hdf5', 'a') as f:
        sim.export_to_file(f, syn_index)
    syn.source.play(h.Vector())  # playing an empty vector turns this synapse off for future runs while keeping the
                                 # VecStim source object in existence so it can be activated again
    print 'Process:', os.getpid(), 'completed Iteration:', syn_index, 'Spine:', syn.node.index, 'Node:', \
        syn.node.parent.parent.name, 'in %.3f s' % (time.time() - start_time)
    return rec_filename


equilibrate = 250.  # time to steady-state
duration = 450.
v_init = -67.
syn_types = ['AMPA_KIN', 'NMDA_KIN']
syn_list = []
cell = CA1_Pyr(morph_filename, mech_filename, full_spines=True)

random.seed(0)
for branch in cell.basal+cell.trunk+cell.apical+cell.tuft:
    for spine in branch.spines:
        syn = Synapse(cell, spine, syn_types, stochastic=0)
        syn_list.append(syn)
cell.init_synaptic_mechanisms()

sim = QuickSim(duration, verbose=False)
sim.parameters['equilibrate'] = equilibrate
sim.parameters['duration'] = duration
sim.append_rec(cell, cell.tree.root, description='soma')

# look for a trunk bifurcation
trunk_bifurcation = [trunk for trunk in cell.trunk if cell.is_bifurcation(trunk, 'trunk')]
if trunk_bifurcation:
    trunk_branches = [branch for branch in trunk_bifurcation[0].children if branch.type == 'trunk']
    # get where the thickest trunk branch gives rise to the tuft
    trunk = max(trunk_branches, key=lambda node: node.sec(0.).diam)
    trunk = (node for node in cell.trunk if cell.node_in_subtree(trunk, node) and 'tuft' in (child.type
                                                                                    for child in node.children)).next()
else:
    trunk_bifurcation = [node for node in cell.trunk if 'tuft' in (child.type for child in node.children)]
    trunk = trunk_bifurcation[0]

sim.append_rec(cell, trunk, 0., description='trunk')
sim.append_rec(cell, trunk, description='branch')  # placeholder for branch

spike_times = h.Vector([equilibrate])