Models based on a paper by Canavier CC

  1. A four compartmental model for ABPD complex in crustacean pyloric network (Maran et al. 2011)
  2. Bursting activity of neuron R15 in Aplysia (Canavier et al 1991, Butera et al 1995)
  3. CA1 pyramidal neuron (Combe et al 2018)
  4. Cholinergic Modulation Shifts the Response of CA1 Pyramidal Cells to Depolarizing Ramps via TRPM4 Channels with Potential Implications for Place Cell Firing (Combe et al., 2023)
  5. Cycle skipping in ING Type 1 / Type 2 networks (Tikidji-Hamburyan & Canavier 2020)
  6. Determinants of the intracellular and extracellular waveforms in DA neurons (Lopez-Jury et al 2018)
  7. Differential modulation of pattern and rate in a dopamine neuron model (Canavier and Landry 2006)
  8. ERG current in repolarizing plateau potentials in dopamine neurons (Canavier et al 2007)
  9. Long-Term Inactivation of Na+ Channels as a Mech of Adaptation in CA1 Pyr Cells (Upchurch et al '22)
  10. Maximal firing rate in midbrain dopamine neurons (Knowlton et al., 2021)
  11. Midbrain dopamine neuron: firing patterns (Canavier 1999)
  12. Model for K-ATP mediated bursting in mSNc DA neurons (Knowlton et al 2018)
  13. Nigral dopaminergic neurons: effects of ethanol on Ih (Migliore et al. 2008)
  14. PIR gamma oscillations in network of resonators (Tikidji-Hamburyan et al. 2015)
  15. Pacemaking, Bursting, and Depolarization Block in Midbrain Dopamine Neurons (Knowlton et al. 2022)
  16. Phase plane reveals two slow variables in midbrain dopamine neuron bursts (Yu and Canavier, 2015)
  17. Phase response theory in sparsely + strongly connected inhibitory NNs (Tikidji-Hamburyan et al 2019)
  18. Regulation of firing frequency in a midbrain dopaminergic neuron model (Kuznetsova et al. 2010)
  19. Regulation of the firing pattern in dopamine neurons (Komendantov et al 2004)
  20. Repetitive Action Potential Firing (Knowlton et al. 2020)
  21. Role of the AIS in the control of spontaneous frequency of dopaminergic neurons (Meza et al 2017)
  22. Serotonergic modulation of Aplysia sensory neurons (Baxter et al 1999)
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