Simulation Environment: FORTRAN

  1. A single column thalamocortical network model (Traub et al 2005)
  2. Alpha rhythm in vitro visual cortex (Traub et al 2020)
  3. Axonal gap junctions produce fast oscillations in cerebellar Purkinje cells (Traub et al. 2008)
  4. Cortical Interneuron & Pyramidal Cell Model of Cortical Spreading Depression (Stein & Harris 2022)
  5. Dynamic cortical interlaminar interactions (Carracedo et al. 2013)
  6. Electrodecrements in in vitro model of infantile spasms (Traub et al 2020)
  7. Endocannabinoid dynamics gate spike-timing dependent depression and potentiation (Cui et al 2016)
  8. ERG current in repolarizing plateau potentials in dopamine neurons (Canavier et al 2007)
  9. Lateral entorhinal cortex network model (Traub and Whittington, in press)
  10. Network model with dynamic ion concentrations (Ullah et al. 2009)
  11. NEUROFIT: fitting HH models to voltage clamp data (Willms 2002)
  12. Neuromusculoskeletal modeling with neural and finite element models (Volk et al, 2021)
  13. Nodes of Ranvier with left-shifted Nav channels (Boucher et al. 2012)
  14. On stochastic diff. eq. models for ion channel noise in Hodgkin-Huxley neurons (Goldwyn et al. 2010)
  15. Piriform cortex network model with multicompartment neurons for cell assemblies (Traub et al 2021)
  16. piriform plus endopiriform circuit model. Pyramidal cells, multipolar neurons, interneurons.
  17. The origin of different spike and wave-like events (Hall et al 2017)
  18. Tonic activation of extrasynaptic NMDA-R promotes bistability (Gall & Dupont 2020)
  19. Unbalanced peptidergic inhibition in superficial cortex underlies seizure activity (Hall et al 2015)

The first high level programming language. It beat out assembly language programming and was the first portable language. The start date given is for the IBM 704 Fortran manual.
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