Models that contain the Cell : Olfactory bulb main tufted cell external

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1.  A computational model of oxytocin modulation of olfactory recognition memory (Linster & Kelsch 2019)
Model of olfactory bulb (OB) and anterior olfactory nucleus (AON) pyramidal cells. Includes olfactory sensory neurons, mitral cells, periglomerular, external tufted and granule interneurons and pyramidal cells. Can be built to include a feedback loop between OB and AON. Output consists of voltage and spikes over time in all neurons. Model can be stimulated with simulated odorants. The code submitted here has served for a number of modeling explorations of olfactory bulb and cortex. The model architecture is defined in "bulb.dat" with synapses defined in "channels.dat". The main function to run the model can be found in "neuron.c". Model architecture is constructed in "set.c" from types defined in "sim.c". A make file to create an executable is located in "neuron.mak".
2.  External Tufted Cell Model (Ryan Viertel, Alla Borisyuk 2019)
ODE model of the Mammalian External Tufted Cell
3.  Mitral cell activity gating by respiration and inhibition in an olfactory bulb NN (Short et al 2016)
To explore interactions between respiration, inhibition, and olfaction, experiments using light to active channel rhodopsin in sensory neurons expressing Olfactory Marker Protein were performed in mice and modeled in silico. This archive contains NEURON models that were run on parallel computers to explore the interactions between varying strengths of respiratory activity and olfactory sensory neuron input and the roles of periglomerular, granule, and external tufted cells in shaping mitral cell responses.
4.  Parallel odor processing by mitral and middle tufted cells in the OB (Cavarretta et al 2016, 2018)
"[...] experimental findings suggest that MC and mTC may encode parallel and complementary odor representations. We have analyzed the functional roles of these pathways by using a morphologically and physiologically realistic three-dimensional model to explore the MC and mTC microcircuits in the glomerular layer and deeper plexiform layers. [...]"

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