Models that contain the Neuron : Olfactory bulb main mitral cell

(The principal neuron of the vertebrate olfactory bulb. It has a primary dendrite that receives the sensory input from the olfactory nerve terminals in its distal dendritic tuft in the olfactory glomerulus. It processes this input at two levels: through interactions of its dendritic tuft dendrites with periglomerular cell interneurons at the glomerular level, and by means of interactions between its lateral dendrites and inhibitory granule cell interneurons at the cell body level. Through its axon it sends the output of the olfactory bulb to the olfactory cortex. It uses glutamate as its excitatory transmitter at both its dendritic and axonal synapses. It is modulated by central centrifugal brainstem and basal forebrain systems, acting mainly on the interneurons. Tufted cells are smaller versions of mitral cells, with distinct subtypes depending on location, dendritic properties and axonal targets. Mitral/tufted cells are equivalent to the principal neurons in the insect antennal lobe)
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1. 2D model of olfactory bulb gamma oscillations (Li and Cleland 2017)
2. 3D model of the olfactory bulb (Migliore et al. 2014)
3. 3D olfactory bulb: operators (Migliore et al, 2015)
4. A two-layer biophysical olfactory bulb model of cholinergic neuromodulation (Li and Cleland 2013)
5. ACh modulation in olfactory bulb and piriform cortex (de Almeida et al. 2013;Devore S, et al. 2014)
6. Action potential initiation in the olfactory mitral cell (Shen et al 1999)
7. Compartmental model of a mitral cell (Popovic et al. 2005)
8. Dynamical model of olfactory bulb mitral cell (Rubin, Cleland 2006)
9. Emergence of Connectivity Motifs in Networks of Model Neurons (Vasilaki, Giugliano 2014)
10. Functional structure of mitral cell dendritic tuft (Djurisic et al. 2008)
11. Gamma-beta alternation in the olfactory bulb (David, Fourcaud-Trocmé et al., 2015)
12. Large scale model of the olfactory bulb (Yu et al., 2013)
13. Lateral dendrodenditic inhibition in the Olfactory Bulb (David et al. 2008)
14. Mitral cell activity gating by respiration and inhibition in an olfactory bulb NN (Short et al 2016)
15. Model for concentration invariant odor coding based on primacy hypothesis (Wilson et al 2017)
16. Olfactory bulb cluster formation (Migliore et al. 2010)
17. Olfactory bulb granule cell: effects of odor deprivation (Saghatelyan et al 2005)
18. Olfactory bulb juxtaglomerular models (Carey et al., 2015)
19. Olfactory bulb microcircuits model with dual-layer inhibition (Gilra & Bhalla 2015)
20. Olfactory bulb mitral and granule cell column formation (Migliore et al. 2007)
21. Olfactory bulb mitral and granule cell: dendrodendritic microcircuits (Migliore and Shepherd 2008)
22. Olfactory bulb mitral cell gap junction NN model: burst firing and synchrony (O`Connor et al. 2012)
23. Olfactory bulb mitral cell: synchronization by gap junctions (Migliore et al 2005)
24. Olfactory Bulb Network (Davison et al 2003)
25. Olfactory bulb network model of gamma oscillations (Bathellier et al. 2006; Lagier et al. 2007)
26. Olfactory bulb network: neurogenetic restructuring and odor decorrelation (Chow et al. 2012)
27. Olfactory Computations in Mitral-Granule cell circuits (Migliore & McTavish 2013)
28. Olfactory Mitral Cell (Bhalla, Bower 1993)
29. Olfactory Mitral Cell (Davison et al 2000)
30. Olfactory Mitral cell: AP initiation modes (Chen et al 2002)
31. Olfactory Mitral Cell: I-A and I-K currents (Wang et al 1996)
32. Self-organized olfactory pattern recognition (Kaplan & Lansner 2014)
33. Synchrony by synapse location (McTavish et al. 2012)
34. Understanding odor information segregation in the olfactory bulb by MC/TCs (Polese et al. 2014)

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