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1. A dendritic disinhibitory circuit mechanism for pathway-specific gating (Yang et al. 2016)
2. A model for how correlation depends on the neuronal excitability type (Hong et al. 2012)
3. A spiking NN for amplification of feature-selectivity with specific connectivity (Sadeh et al 2015)
4. A threshold equation for action potential initiation (Platkiewicz & Brette 2010)
5. Adaptive exponential integrate-and-fire model (Brette & Gerstner 2005)
6. Cochlea: inner ear models in Python (Zilany et al 2009, 2014; Holmberg M 2007)
7. Cognitive and motor cortico-basal ganglia interactions during decision making (Guthrie et al 2013)
8. Collection of simulated data from a thalamocortical network model (Glabska, Chintaluri, Wojcik 2017)
9. Cortical model with reinforcement learning drives realistic virtual arm (Dura-Bernal et al 2015)
10. Current Dipole in Laminar Neocortex (Lee et al. 2013)
11. Dendrites enable a robust mechanism for neuronal stimulus selectivity (Caze et al 2017)
12. Different roles for inhibition in the rhythm-generating respiratory network (Harris et al 2017)
13. Differential interactions between Notch and ID factors control neurogenesis (Boareto et al 2017)
14. Dipolar extracellular potentials generated by axonal projections (McColgan et al 2017)
15. Effects of Guanfacine and Phenylephrine on a model of working memory (Duggins et al 2017)
16. Fast global oscillations in networks of I&F neurons with low firing rates (Brunel and Hakim 1999)
17. Heterosynaptic Spike-Timing-Dependent Plasticity (Hiratani & Fukai 2017)
18. High entrainment constrains synaptic depression in a globular bushy cell (Rudnicki & Hemmert 2017)
19. High-Res. Recordings Using a Real-Time Computational Model of the Electrode (Brette et al. 2008)
20. Impact of fast Na channel inact. on AP threshold & synaptic integration (Platkiewicz & Brette 2011)
21. Late emergence of the whisker direction selectivity map in rat barrel cortex (Kremer et al. 2011)
22. ModFossa: a library for modeling ion channels using Python (Ferneyhough et al 2016)
23. Multiple dynamical modes of thalamic relay neurons (Wang XJ 1994)
24. Multiscale modeling of epileptic seizures (Naze et al. 2015)
25. Noise promotes independent control of gamma oscillations and grid firing (Solanka et al 2015)
26. Phase locking in leaky integrate-and-fire model (Brette 2004)
27. PyRhO: A multiscale optogenetics simulation platform (Evans et al 2016)
28. Reliability of spike timing is a general property of spiking model neurons (Brette & Guigon 2003)
29. Reproducibility and comparability of models for astrocyte Ca2+ excitability (Manninen et al 2017)
30. Sensitivity of noisy neurons to coincident inputs (Rossant et al. 2011)
31. Sloppy morphological tuning in identified neurons of the crustacean STG (Otopalik et al 2017)
32. Software (called Optimizer) for fitting neuronal models (Friedrich et al. 2014)
33. Speed/accuracy trade-off between the habitual and the goal-directed processes (Kermati et al. 2011)
34. Stable propagation of synchronous spiking in cortical neural networks (Diesmann et al 1999)
35. Theory of arachnid prey localization (Sturzl et al. 2000)
36. Theory of sequence memory in neocortex (Hawkins & Ahmad 2016)
37. Time-warp-invariant neuronal processing (Gutig & Sompolinsky 2009)
38. Vectorized algorithms for spiking neural network simulation (Brette and Goodman 2011)

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