VTA neurons: Morphofunctional alterations in acute opiates withdrawal (Enrico et al. 2016)

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" ... Here we present a biophysical model of a DA VTA neuron based on 3D morphological reconstruction and electrophysiological data, showing how opiates withdrawal-driven morphological and electrophysiological changes could affect the firing rate and discharge pattern...."
Reference:
1 . Enrico P, Migliore M, Spiga S, Mulas G, Caboni F, Diana M (2016) Morphofunctional alterations in ventral tegmental area dopamine neurons in acute and prolonged opiates withdrawal. A computational perspective. Neuroscience 322:195-207 [PubMed]
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Model Type: Neuron or other electrically excitable cell;
Brain Region(s)/Organism:
Cell Type(s): Ventral tegmental area dopamine neuron;
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Simulation Environment: NEURON;
Model Concept(s): Activity Patterns; Addiction;
Implementer(s): Enrico, Paolo [enrico at uniss.it];
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TITLE Sodium-potassium pump
 

UNITS {
        (molar) = (1/liter)
        (pA) =  (picoamp)
	(mV) =	(millivolt)
        (uS) =  (micromho)
	(mA) =	(milliamp)
	(mM) =	(millimolar)
}


INDEPENDENT {v FROM -100 TO 50 WITH 50 (mV)}

NEURON {
	SUFFIX pump
	USEION na READ nai WRITE ina
	USEION k WRITE ik
	RANGE  inapump,ipumpmax,n,km
 
}


PARAMETER {
        dt  (ms)
        nai (mM)
        celsius = 35 (degC)
        ipumpmax  = 0.0092 (mA/cm2)
        km = 10.0 (mM)
        n  = 1.5
        
        
}

ASSIGNED { 
           ina	   (mA/cm2)
           ik	   (mA/cm2)
           inapump (mA/cm2)
}

BREAKPOINT {
        inapump = ipumpmax*(1/(1 + pow(km/nai,n)))
	ina = 3.0*inapump
	ik = -2.0*inapump
}

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