Models that contain the Model Concept : Bursting

(The model is used to investigate mechanisms of neuronal bursting.)
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1. 3D model of the olfactory bulb (Migliore et al. 2014)
2. A detailed Purkinje cell model (Masoli et al 2015)
3. A Fast Rhythmic Bursting Cell: in vivo cell modeling (Lee 2007)
4. A four compartmental model for ABPD complex in crustacean pyloric network (Maran et al. 2011)
5. A network model of tail withdrawal in Aplysia (White et al 1993)
6. A network of AOB mitral cells that produces infra-slow bursting (Zylbertal et al. 2017)
7. A simple integrative electrophysiological model of bursting GnRH neurons (Csercsik et al. 2011)
8. A single column thalamocortical network model (Traub et al 2005)
9. A spatial model of the intermediate superior colliculus (Moren et. al. 2013)
10. A spatially extended model for macroscopic spike-wave discharges (Taylor and Baier 2011)
11. Activity dependent conductances in a neuron model (Liu et al. 1998)
12. Alcohol action in a detailed Purkinje neuron model and an efficient simplified model (Forrest 2015)
13. Basal ganglia network model of subthalamic deep brain stimulation (Hahn and McIntyre 2010)
14. Basal ganglia-thalamic network model for deep brain stimulation (So et al. 2011)
15. Bursting activity of neuron R15 in Aplysia (Canavier et al 1991, Butera et al 1995)
16. Bursting and oscillations in RD1 Retina driven by AII Amacrine Neuron (Choi et al. 2014)
17. Bursting and resonance in cerebellar granule cells (D'Angelo et al. 2001)
18. Bursting respiratory net: clustered architecture gives large phase diff`s (Fietkiewicz et al 2011)
19. CA1 oriens alveus interneurons: signaling properties (Minneci et al. 2007)
20. CA1 pyramidal cell: I_NaP and I_M contributions to somatic bursting (Golomb et al 2006)
21. CA1 pyramidal neuron network model (Ferguson et al 2015)
22. Ca2+-activated I_CAN and synaptic depression promotes network-dependent oscil. (Rubin et al. 2009)
23. CA3 pyramidal neuron (Lazarewicz et al 2002)
24. CA3 Pyramidal Neuron (Migliore et al 1995)
25. CA3 pyramidal neuron (Safiulina et al. 2010)
26. CA3 pyramidal neuron: firing properties (Hemond et al. 2008)
27. Caffeine-induced electrical oscillations in Aplysia neurons (Komendantov, Kononenko 2000)
28. Cancelling redundant input in ELL pyramidal cells (Bol et al. 2011)
29. Cerebellar Nucleus Neuron (Steuber, Schultheiss, Silver, De Schutter & Jaeger, 2010)
30. Cerebellar purkinje cell: K and Ca channels regulate APs (Miyasho et al 2001)
31. Classic model of the Tritonia Swim CPG (Getting, 1989)
32. Collection of simulated data from a thalamocortical network model (Glabska, Chintaluri, Wojcik 2017)
33. Computer model of clonazepam`s effect in thalamic slice (Lytton 1997)
34. Data-driven, HH-type model of the lateral pyloric (LP) cell in the STG (Nowotny et al. 2008)
35. Dendritic L-type Ca currents in motoneurons (Carlin et al 2000)
36. Dendritica (Vetter et al 2001)
37. Dentate gyrus granule cell: calcium and calcium-dependent conductances (Aradi and Holmes 1999)
38. Deterministic chaos in a mathematical model of a snail neuron (Komendantov and Kononenko 1996)
39. Differential modulation of pattern and rate in a dopamine neuron model (Canavier and Landry 2006)
40. Dopaminergic cell bursting model (Kuznetsov et al 2006)
41. Dorsal root ganglion (DRG) neuronal model (Kovalsky et al. 2009)
42. Dynamic cortical interlaminar interactions (Carracedo et al. 2013)
43. Dynamical model of olfactory bulb mitral cell (Rubin, Cleland 2006)
44. Excitability of DA neurons and their regulation by synaptic input (Morozova et al. 2016a, 2016b)
45. Fast-spiking cortical interneuron (Golomb et al. 2007)
46. Febrile seizure-induced modifications to Ih (Chen et al 2001)
47. Fully continuous Pinsky-Rinzel model for bifurcation analysis (Atherton et al. 2016)
48. Gating of steering signals through phasic modulation of reticulospinal neurons (Kozlov et al. 2014)
49. Generating oscillatory bursts from a network of regular spiking neurons (Shao et al. 2009)
50. Global structure, robustness, and modulation of neuronal models (Goldman et al. 2001)
51. Half-center oscillator database of leech heart interneuron model (Doloc-Mihu & Calabrese 2011)
52. Hodgkin–Huxley model with fractional gating (Teka et al. 2016)
53. Impact of dendritic size and topology on pyramidal cell burst firing (van Elburg and van Ooyen 2010)
54. Inhibition and glial-K+ interaction leads to diverse seizure transition modes (Ho & Truccolo 2016)
55. Ion concentration dynamics as a mechanism for neuronal bursting (Barreto & Cressman 2011)
56. Ionic mechanisms of bursting in CA3 pyramidal neurons (Xu and Clancy 2008)
57. Irregular oscillations produced by cyclic recurrent inhibition (Friesen, Friesen 1994)
58. KV1 channel governs cerebellar output to thalamus (Ovsepian et al. 2013)
59. Large scale model of the olfactory bulb (Yu et al., 2013)
60. Leech Heart (HE) Motor Neuron conductances contributions to NN activity (Lamb & Calabrese 2013)
61. Leech heart interneuron network model (Hill et al 2001, 2002)
62. Linking dynamics of the inhibitory network to the input structure (Komarov & Bazhenov 2016)
63. Lobster STG pyloric network model with calcium sensor (Gunay & Prinz 2010) (Prinz et al. 2004)
64. Low dose of dopamine may stimulate prolactin secretion by increasing K currents (Tabak et al. 2006)
65. Low Threshold Calcium Currents in TC cells (Destexhe et al 1998)
66. Mean-field systems and small scale neural networks (Ferguson et al. 2015)
67. Mechanisms of fast rhythmic bursting in a layer 2/3 cortical neuron (Traub et al 2003)
68. Mitral cell activity gating by respiration and inhibition in an olfactory bulb NN (Short et al 2016)
69. Mixed mode oscillations as a mechanism for pseudo-plateau bursting (Vo et al. 2010)
70. Modeling interactions in Aplysia neuron R15 (Yu et al 2004)
71. Morris-Lecar model of the barnacle giant muscle fiber (Morris, Lecar 1981)
72. Multi-timescale adaptive threshold model (Kobayashi et al 2009)
73. Multi-timescale adaptive threshold model (Kobayashi et al 2009) (NEURON)
74. Multiple dynamical modes of thalamic relay neurons (Wang XJ 1994)
75. Multiple modes of a conditional neural oscillator (Epstein, Marder 1990)
76. Multiscale modeling of epileptic seizures (Naze et al. 2015)
77. MyFirstNEURON (Houweling, Sejnowski 1997)
78. Neocortical Layer I: I-A and I-K (Zhou, Hablitz 1996)
79. Network bursts in cultured NN result from different adaptive mechanisms (Masquelier & Deco 2013)
80. Network model with neocortical architecture (Anderson et al 2007,2012; Azhar et al 2012)
81. Nigral dopaminergic neurons: effects of ethanol on Ih (Migliore et al. 2008)
82. NMDA spikes in basal dendrites of L5 pyramidal neurons (Polsky et al. 2009)
83. Norns - Neural Network Studio (Visser & Van Gils 2014)
84. Olfactory bulb mitral cell gap junction NN model: burst firing and synchrony (O`Connor et al. 2012)
85. Paradoxical GABA-mediated excitation (Lewin et al. 2012)
86. Parallel STEPS: Large scale stochastic spatial reaction-diffusion simulat. (Chen & De Schutter 2017)
87. Persistent synchronized bursting activity in cortical tissues (Golomb et al 2005)
88. Phase plane reveals two slow variables in midbrain dopamine neuron bursts (Yu and Canavier, 2015)
89. PreBotzinger Complex inspiratory neuron with NaP and CAN currents (Park and Rubin 2013)
90. Principles of Computational Modelling in Neuroscience (Book) (Sterratt et al. 2011)
91. Pyramidal Neuron Deep: Constrained by experiment (Dyhrfjeld-Johnsen et al. 2005)
92. Pyramidal Neuron: Deep, Thalamic Relay and Reticular, Interneuron (Destexhe et al 1998, 2001)
93. Rat subthalamic projection neuron (Gillies and Willshaw 2006)
94. Regulation of the firing pattern in dopamine neurons (Komendantov et al 2004)
95. Reliability of Morris-Lecar neurons with added T, h, and AHP currents (Zeldenrust et al. 2013)
96. Reverberatory bursts propagation and synchronization in developing cultured NNs (Huang et al 2016)
97. Role of Ih in firing patterns of cold thermoreceptors (Orio et al., 2012)
98. Salamander retinal ganglian cells: morphology influences firing (Sheasby, Fohlmeister 1999)
99. Simulating ion channel noise in an auditory brainstem neuron model (Schmerl & McDonnell 2013)
100. Simulations of motor unit discharge patterns (Powers et al. 2011)
101. Single neuron with dynamic ion concentrations (Cressman et al. 2009)
102. Spike trains in Hodgkin–Huxley model and ISIs of acupuncture manipulations (Wang et al. 2008)
103. STDP depends on dendritic synapse location (Letzkus et al. 2006)
104. Structure-dynamics relationships in bursting neuronal networks revealed (Mäki-Marttunen et al. 2013)
105. Studies of stimulus parameters for seizure disruption using NN simulations (Anderson et al. 2007)
106. Sympathetic Preganglionic Neurone (Briant et al. 2014)
107. Temperature-Dependent Pyloric Pacemaker Kernel (Caplan JS et al., 2014)
108. Thalamic interneuron multicompartment model (Zhu et al. 1999)
109. Thalamic neuron: Modeling rhythmic neuronal activity (Meuth et al. 2005)
110. Thalamic reticular neurons: the role of Ca currents (Destexhe et al 1996)
111. The activity phase of postsynaptic neurons (Bose et al 2004)
112. The dynamics underlying pseudo-plateau bursting in a pituitary cell model (Teka et al. 2011)
113. The relationship between two fast/slow analysis techniques for bursting oscill. (Teka et al. 2012)
114. The role of ATP-sensitive potassium channels in a hippocampal neuron (Huang et al. 2007)
115. TRPM8-dependent dynamic response in cold thermoreceptors (Olivares et al. 2015)
116. Two-cell inhibitory network bursting dynamics captured in a one-dimensional map (Matveev et al 2007)
117. Understanding how fast activating K+ channels promote bursting in pituitary cells (Vo et al 2014)
118. Updated Tritonia Swim CPG (Calin-Jagemann et al. 2007)

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