Models that contain the Modeling Application : Mathematica (Home Page)

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1. CA1 pyramidal neuron: depolarization block (Bianchi et al. 2012)
2. Circadian clock model based on protein sequestration (simple version) (Kim & Forger 2012)
3. Circadian clock model in mammals (detailed version) (Kim & Forger 2012)
4. Circadian clock model in mammals (PK/PD model) (Kim & Forger 2013)
5. Continuous lateral oscillations as a mechanism for taxis in Drosophila larvae (Wystrach et al 2016)
6. Synchronized oscillations of clock gene expression in the choroid plexus (Myung et al 2018)
7. Thalamic neuron, zebra finch DLM: Integration of pallidal and cortical inputs (Goldberg et al. 2012)

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