// GABA_A and GABA_B conductances are estimated using
// a ratio variable. In the experiments presented here, GABA_A conductance
// is equal to AMPA conductance at every synapse, while GABA_B conductance is
// equal to 60% of the GABA_A value.
// written by Yiota Poirazi, July 2001, poirazi@LNC.usc.edu
//GABA_AMPA_RATIO=1
GABA_AMPA_RATIO=0.125 //for persistent activity exps., 2005
GABAb_GABAa_NON_TRUNK_RATIO=0.6
GABAb_GABAa_RATIO=0.6
//old values used in previous experiments
//GABA_AMPA_RATIO=0.6 // R. Miles_etal, Neuron 1996
//GABAb_GABAa_RATIO=0.5
//GABA_AMPA_RATIO=0.8
//GABAb_GABAa_RATIO=0.3
// Using the Peti_Augustine, 2000 for a linear increase in GABAa
//currents along trunk and basal dendrites
GABA_AMPA_SOMA_RATIO=0.01
GABA_AMPA_TRUNK_MAX_RATIO=GABA_AMPA_SOMA_RATIO*40 //about the same peak GABAa current proximally and distally
GABA_AMPA_BASAL_MAX_RATIO=GABA_AMPA_SOMA_RATIO*2
// Using the Wu eta al, 205 for increased GABAb distally (about 4 times from soma to SLM). GABAa is about the same
GABAb_GABAa_TRUNK_MAX_RATIO=0.08
GABAb_GABAa_SOMA_RATIO=0.05 // about 7.5 times smaller
GABAb_GABAa_BASAL_MAX_RATIO=0.1
