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

(GENESIS (short for GEneral NEural SImulation System) is a general purpose simulation platform which was developed to support the simulation of neural systems ranging from complex models of single neurons to simulations of large networks made up of more abstract neuronal components. GENESIS has provided the basis for laboratory courses in neural simulation at both Caltech and the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA, as well as many other institutions. Most current GENESIS applications involve realistic simulations of biological neural systems. Although the software can also model more abstract networks, other simulators are more suitable for backpropagation and similar connectionist modeling.)
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1. 5-neuron-model of neocortex for producing realistic extracellular AP shapes (Van Dijck et al. 2012)
2. A kinetic model of dopamine- and calcium-dependent striatal synaptic plasticity (Nakano et al. 2010)
3. A multilayer cortical model to study seizure propagation across microdomains (Basu et al. 2015)
4. Activity dependent changes in motoneurones (Dai Y et al 2002, Gardiner et al 2002)
5. Auditory cortex layer IV network model (Beeman 2013)
6. Calcium influx during striatal upstates (Evans et al. 2013)
7. Cerebellar granular layer (Maex and De Schutter 1998)
8. Cerebellar Nucleus Neuron (Steuber, Schultheiss, Silver, De Schutter & Jaeger, 2010)
9. Cerebellar purkinje cell (De Schutter and Bower 1994)
10. Comparison of full and reduced globus pallidus models (Hendrickson 2010)
11. Dendritic processing of excitatory synaptic input in GnRH neurons (Roberts et al. 2006)
12. Firing patterns in stuttering fast-spiking interneurons (Klaus et al. 2011)
13. FS Striatal interneuron: K currents solve signal-to-noise problems (Kotaleski et al 2006)
14. Gap junction coupled network of striatal fast spiking interneurons (Hjorth et al. 2009)
15. Gating of steering signals through phasic modulation of reticulospinal neurons (Kozlov et al. 2014)
16. Globus pallidus multi-compartmental model neuron with realistic morphology (Gunay et al. 2008)
17. Globus pallidus neuron models with differing dendritic Na channel expression (Edgerton et al., 2010)
18. GP Neuron, somatic and dendritic phase response curves (Schultheiss et al. 2011)
19. Granule Cells of the Olfactory Bulb (Simoes_De_Souza et al. 2014)
20. Hippocampal CA3 network and circadian regulation (Stanley et al. 2013)
21. Lamprey spinal CPG neuron (Huss et al. 2007)
22. Leech Heart (HE) Motor Neuron conductances contributions to NN activity (Lamb & Calabrese 2013)
23. Leech heart interneuron network model (Hill et al 2001, 2002)
24. Multiscale interactions between chemical and electric signaling in LTP (Bhalla 2011)
25. Networks of spiking neurons: a review of tools and strategies (Brette et al. 2007)
26. NMDA subunit effects on Calcium and STDP (Evans et al. 2012)
27. Parameter estimation for Hodgkin-Huxley based models of cortical neurons (Lepora et al. 2011)
28. Periodicity in Na channel properties alters model neuron excitability (Majumdar and Sikdar 2007)
29. Pyramidal Neuron Deep: Constrained by experiment (Dyhrfjeld-Johnsen et al. 2005)
30. Striatal NN model of MSNs and FSIs investigated effects of dopamine depletion (Damodaran et al 2015)
31. Striatal Spiny Projection Neuron (SPN) plasticity rule (Jedrzejewska-Szmek et al 2016)
32. Synaptic integration of an identified nonspiking interneuron in crayfish (Takashima et al 2006)
33. Synchronicity of fast-spiking interneurons balances medium-spiny neurons (Damodaran et al. 2014)
34. Turtle visual cortex model (Nenadic et al. 2003, Wang et al. 2005, Wang et al. 2006)
35. VTA dopamine neuron (Tarfa, Evans, and Khaliq 2017)

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