Models that contain the Current : I M

(Activated by depolarization above -65 mV; slow, weak and non-inactivating; blocked by ligands like acetylcholine acting through muscarinic (M) receptors)
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1. A 1000 cell network model for Lateral Amygdala (Kim et al. 2013)
2. A Model Circuit of Thalamocortical Convergence (Behuret et al. 2013)
3. A model of the T-junction of a C-fiber sensory neuron (Sundt et al. 2015)
4. A Moth MGC Model-A HH network with quantitative rate reduction (Buckley & Nowotny 2011)
5. A multilayer cortical model to study seizure propagation across microdomains (Basu et al. 2015)
6. A set of reduced models of layer 5 pyramidal neurons (Bahl et al. 2012)
7. A simplified cerebellar Purkinje neuron (the PPR model) (Brown et al. 2011)
8. A single column thalamocortical network model (Traub et al 2005)
9. A two-layer biophysical olfactory bulb model of cholinergic neuromodulation (Li and Cleland 2013)
10. Action Potential initiation and backpropagation in Neocortical L5 Pyramidal Neuron (Hu et al. 2009)
11. Alcohol action in a detailed Purkinje neuron model and an efficient simplified model (Forrest 2015)
12. Allen Institute: Gad2-IRES-Cre VISp layer 5 472447460
13. Allen Institute: Gad2-IRES-Cre VISp layer 5 473561729
14. Allen Institute: Htr3a-Cre VISp layer 2/3 472352327
15. Allen Institute: Htr3a-Cre VISp layer 2/3 472421285
16. Allen Institute: Nr5a1-Cre VISp layer 2/3 473862496
17. Allen Institute: Nr5a1-Cre VISp layer 4 329322394
18. Allen Institute: Nr5a1-Cre VISp layer 4 472306544
19. Allen Institute: Nr5a1-Cre VISp layer 4 472442377
20. Allen Institute: Nr5a1-Cre VISp layer 4 472451419
21. Allen Institute: Nr5a1-Cre VISp layer 4 472915634
22. Allen Institute: Nr5a1-Cre VISp layer 4 473834758
23. Allen Institute: Nr5a1-Cre VISp layer 4 473863035
24. Allen Institute: Nr5a1-Cre VISp layer 4 473871429
25. Allen Institute: Ntsr1-Cre VISp layer 4 472430904
26. Allen Institute: Pvalb-IRES-Cre VISp layer 2/3 472306616
27. Allen Institute: Pvalb-IRES-Cre VISp layer 5 471085845
28. Allen Institute: Pvalb-IRES-Cre VISp layer 5 472349114
29. Allen Institute: Pvalb-IRES-Cre VISp layer 5 472912177
30. Allen Institute: Pvalb-IRES-Cre VISp layer 5 473465774
31. Allen Institute: Pvalb-IRES-Cre VISp layer 5 473862421
32. Allen Institute: Pvalb-IRES-Cre VISp layer 6a 471081668
33. Allen Institute: Pvalb-IRES-Cre VISp layer 6a 472301074
34. Allen Institute: Pvalb-IRES-Cre VISp layer 6a 473860269
35. Allen Institute: Rbp4-Cre VISp layer 5 472424854
36. Allen Institute: Rbp4-Cre VISp layer 6a 473871592
37. Allen Institute: Rorb-IRES2-Cre-D VISp layer 2/3 472299294
38. Allen Institute: Rorb-IRES2-Cre-D VISp layer 2/3 472434498
39. Allen Institute: Rorb-IRES2-Cre-D VISp layer 4 473863510
40. Allen Institute: Rorb-IRES2-Cre-D VISp layer 5 471087975
41. Allen Institute: Rorb-IRES2-Cre-D VISp layer 5 473561660
42. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg2-Cre VISp layer 4 472300877
43. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg2-Cre VISp layer 4 472427533
44. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg2-Cre VISp layer 4 472912107
45. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg2-Cre VISp layer 4 473465456
46. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg2-Cre VISp layer 5 472306460
47. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg3-Cre VISp layer 4 329321704
48. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg3-Cre VISp layer 4 472363762
49. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg3-Cre VISp layer 4 473862845
50. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg3-Cre VISp layer 4 473872986
51. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg3-Cre VISp layer 5 472455509
52. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg3-Cre VISp layer 5 473863578
53. Allen Institute: Scnn1a-Tg3-Cre VISp layer 5 473871773
54. Allen Institute: Sst-IRES-Cre VISp layer 2/3 471086533
55. Allen Institute: Sst-IRES-Cre VISp layer 2/3 472304676
56. Allen Institute: Sst-IRES-Cre VISp layer 4 472304539
57. Allen Institute: Sst-IRES-Cre VISp layer 5 472299363
58. Allen Institute: Sst-IRES-Cre VISp layer 5 472450023
59. Allen Institute: Sst-IRES-Cre VISp layer 5 473835796
60. Allen Institute: Sst-IRES-Cre VISp layer 6a 472440759
61. Amyloid-beta effects on release probability and integration at CA3-CA1 synapses (Romani et al. 2013)
62. AP back-prop. explains threshold variability and rapid rise (McCormick et al. 2007, Yu et al. 2008)
63. AP initiation and propagation in type II cochlear ganglion cell (Hossain et al 2005)
64. Axonal gap junctions produce fast oscillations in cerebellar Purkinje cells (Traub et al. 2008)
65. Axonal NaV1.6 Sodium Channels in AP Initiation of CA1 Pyramidal Neurons (Royeck et al. 2008)
66. Axonal Projection and Interneuron Types (Helmstaedter et al. 2008)
67. Biophysical and phenomenological models of spike-timing dependent plasticity (Badoual et al. 2006)
68. Bursting and oscillations in RD1 Retina driven by AII Amacrine Neuron (Choi et al. 2014)
69. Ca+/HCN channel-dependent persistent activity in multiscale model of neocortex (Neymotin et al 2016)
70. CA1 pyramidal cell: I_NaP and I_M contributions to somatic bursting (Golomb et al 2006)
71. CA1 pyramidal cell: reconstructed axonal arbor and failures at weak gap junctions (Vladimirov 2011)
72. CA1 pyramidal neuron to study INaP properties and repetitive firing (Uebachs et al. 2010)
73. CA1 pyramidal neuron: as a 2-layer NN and subthreshold synaptic summation (Poirazi et al 2003)
74. CA1 pyramidal neuron: depolarization block (Bianchi et al. 2012)
75. CA1 pyramidal neuron: effects of R213Q and R312W Kv7.2 mutations (Miceli et al. 2013)
76. CA1 pyramidal neuron: functional significance of axonal Kv7 channels (Shah et al. 2008)
77. CA1 pyramidal neuron: Ih current (Migliore et al. 2012)
78. CA1 Pyramidal Neuron: slow Na+ inactivation (Migliore 1996)
79. CA1 pyramidal neuron: synaptically-induced bAP predicts synapse location (Sterratt et al. 2012)
80. CA1 pyramidal neurons: effects of a Kv7.2 mutation (Miceli et al. 2009)
81. CA1 pyramidal neurons: effects of Kv7 (M-) channels on synaptic integration (Shah et al. 2011)
82. CA3 pyramidal neuron (Lazarewicz et al 2002)
83. CA3 Pyramidal Neuron (Migliore et al 1995)
84. CA3 pyramidal neuron (Safiulina et al. 2010)
85. CA3 pyramidal neuron: firing properties (Hemond et al. 2008)
86. Cerebellar Golgi cell (Solinas et al. 2007a, 2007b)
87. Cerebellar purkinje cell (De Schutter and Bower 1994)
88. Cerebellar purkinje cell: K and Ca channels regulate APs (Miyasho et al 2001)
89. Cerebellum granule cell FHF (Dover et al. 2016)
90. Changes of ionic concentrations during seizure transitions (Gentiletti et al. 2016)
91. Collection of simulated data from a thalamocortical network model (Glabska, Chintaluri, Wojcik 2017)
92. Complex CA1-neuron to study AP initiation (Wimmer et al. 2010)
93. Computational aspects of feedback in neural circuits (Maass et al 2006)
94. Control of vibrissa motoneuron firing (Harish and Golomb 2010)
95. Correcting space clamp in dendrites (Schaefer et al. 2003 and 2007)
96. Current Dipole in Laminar Neocortex (Lee et al. 2013)
97. Data-driven, HH-type model of the lateral pyloric (LP) cell in the STG (Nowotny et al. 2008)
98. Dendritica (Vetter et al 2001)
99. Dentate granule cell: mAHP & sAHP; SK & Kv7/M channels (Mateos-Aparicio et al., 2014)
100. Discharge hysteresis in motoneurons (Powers & Heckman 2015)
101. Dopamine neuron of the vent. periaqu. gray and dors. raphe nucleus (vlPAG/DRN) (Dougalis et al 2017)
102. Dynamic cortical interlaminar interactions (Carracedo et al. 2013)
103. Early-onset epileptic encephalopathy (Miceli et al. 2015)
104. Effects of increasing CREB on storage and recall processes in a CA1 network (Bianchi et al. 2014)
105. Engaging distinct oscillatory neocortical circuits (Vierling-Claassen et al. 2010)
106. Firing neocortical layer V pyramidal neuron (Reetz et al. 2014; Stadler et al. 2014)
107. Fluctuating synaptic conductances recreate in-vivo-like activity (Destexhe et al 2001)
108. Hodgkin-Huxley model of persistent activity in PFC neurons (Winograd et al. 2008) (NEURON python)
109. Hodgkin-Huxley model of persistent activity in prefrontal cortex neurons (Winograd et al. 2008)
110. Hodgkin-Huxley models of different classes of cortical neurons (Pospischil et al. 2008)
111. Hysteresis in voltage gating of HCN channels (Elinder et al 2006, Mannikko et al 2005)
112. Impact of dendritic atrophy on intrinsic and synaptic excitability (Narayanan & Chattarji, 2010)
113. Impact of dendritic size and topology on pyramidal cell burst firing (van Elburg and van Ooyen 2010)
114. Intracortical synaptic potential modulation by presynaptic somatic potential (Shu et al. 2006, 2007)
115. Ionic mechanisms of bursting in CA3 pyramidal neurons (Xu and Clancy 2008)
116. L5b PC model constrained for BAC firing and perisomatic current step firing (Hay et al., 2011)
117. Layer V pyramidal cell model with reduced morphology (Mäki-Marttunen et al 2017)
118. Long time windows from theta modulated inhib. in entorhinal–hippo. loop (Cutsuridis & Poirazi 2015)
119. MEG of Somatosensory Neocortex (Jones et al. 2007)
120. Microcircuits of L5 thick tufted pyramidal cells (Hay & Segev 2015)
121. Modelling reduced excitability in aged CA1 neurons as a Ca-dependent process (Markaki et al. 2005)
122. Modulation of septo-hippocampal theta activity by GABAA receptors (Hajos et al. 2004)
123. Multi-comp. CA1 O-LM interneuron model with varying dendritic Ih distributions (Sekulic et al 2015)
124. Multicompartmental cerebellar granule cell model (Diwakar et al. 2009)
125. Multitarget pharmacology for Dystonia in M1 (Neymotin et al 2016)
126. MyFirstNEURON (Houweling, Sejnowski 1997)
127. Na+ channel dependence of AP initiation in cortical pyramidal neuron (Kole et al. 2008)
128. O-LM interneuron model (Lawrence et al. 2006)
129. Olfactory Bulb Network (Davison et al 2003)
130. Optical stimulation of a channelrhodopsin-2 positive pyramidal neuron model (Foutz et al 2012)
131. Paradoxical GABA-mediated excitation (Lewin et al. 2012)
132. Parameter estimation for Hodgkin-Huxley based models of cortical neurons (Lepora et al. 2011)
133. Persistent synchronized bursting activity in cortical tissues (Golomb et al 2005)
134. Phase response curve of a globus pallidal neuron (Fujita et al. 2011)
135. Phosphoinositide-Dependent Signaling in Sympathetic Neurons (SCG) (Kruse et al. 2016)
136. Pleiotropic effects of SCZ-associated genes (Mäki-Marttunen et al. 2017)
137. Pyramidal neuron coincidence detection tuned by dendritic branching pattern (Schaefer et al 2003)
138. Pyramidal Neuron Deep, Superficial; Aspiny, Stellate (Mainen and Sejnowski 1996)
139. Pyramidal Neuron Deep: Constrained by experiment (Dyhrfjeld-Johnsen et al. 2005)
140. Pyramidal Neuron: Deep, Thalamic Relay and Reticular, Interneuron (Destexhe et al 1998, 2001)
141. Pyramidal neurons switch from integrators to resonators (Prescott et al. 2008)
142. Rapid desynchronization of an electrically coupled Golgi cell network (Vervaeke et al. 2010)
143. Reconstructing cerebellar granule layer evoked LFP using convolution (ReConv) (Diwakar et al. 2011)
144. Regulation of KCNQ2/KCNQ3 current by G protein cycling (Suh et al 2004)
145. Regulation of motoneuron excitability by KCNQ/Kv7 modulators (Lombardo & Harrington 2016)
146. Rhesus Monkey Layer 3 Pyramidal Neurons: Young vs aged PFC (Coskren et al. 2015)
147. Schiz.-linked gene effects on intrinsic single-neuron excitability (Maki-Marttunen et al. 2016)
148. Self-organized olfactory pattern recognition (Kaplan & Lansner 2014)
149. Shaping NMDA spikes by timed synaptic inhibition on L5PC (Doron et al. 2017, in press)
150. Sleep-wake transitions in corticothalamic system (Bazhenov et al 2002)
151. STDP depends on dendritic synapse location (Letzkus et al. 2006)
152. Structure-dynamics relationships in bursting neuronal networks revealed (Mäki-Marttunen et al. 2013)
153. Sympathetic neuron (Wheeler et al 2004)
154. Theta phase precession in a model CA3 place cell (Baker and Olds 2007)
155. Tight junction model of CNS myelinated axons (Devaux and Gow 2008)
156. Zebrafish Mauthner-cell model (Watanabe et al 2017)

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