Note: this list includes both models hosted here at ModelDB and models where have metadata and link to the sourcecode somewhere else. These may also be viewed separately; see the browse by simulator page.

- A nicotinic acetylcholine receptor kinetic model (Edelstein et al. 1996)
- A phantom bursting mechanism for episodic bursting (Bertram et al 2008)
- BK Channels Promote Bursting in Pituitary Cells (Tabak et al 2011)
- Ca2+-activated I_CAN and synaptic depression promotes network-dependent oscil. (Rubin et al. 2009)
- Cerebellar stellate cells: changes in threshold, latency and frequency of firing (Mitry et al 2020)
- Endothelin action on pituitary latotrophs (Bertram et al. 2006)
- Fully continuous Pinsky-Rinzel model for bifurcation analysis (Atherton et al. 2016)
- Low dose of dopamine may stimulate prolactin secretion by increasing K currents (Tabak et al. 2006)
- Mathematical Foundations of Neuroscience (Ermentrout and Terman 2010)
- Mixed mode oscillations as a mechanism for pseudo-plateau bursting (Vo et al. 2010)
- Oxytocin and VIP involvement in prolactin secretion (Egli et al. 2004,2006, Bertram et al. 2006)
- Reduction of nonlinear ODE systems possessing multiple scales (Clewley et al. 2005)
- Squid axon (Hodgkin, Huxley 1952) (SBML, XPP, other)
- The dynamics underlying pseudo-plateau bursting in a pituitary cell model (Teka et al. 2011)
- The relationship between two fast/slow analysis techniques for bursting oscill. (Teka et al. 2012)
- Understanding how fast activating K+ channels promote bursting in pituitary cells (Vo et al 2014)
- Universal feature of developing networks (Tabak et al 2010)

XPP (XPPAUT is another name; I (Bard Ermentrout) will use the two interchangeably) is a tool for solving differential equations, difference equations, delay equations, functional equations, boundary value problems, and stochastic equations. It evolved from a chapter written by John Rinzel and me on the qualitative theory of nerve membranes and eventually became a commercial product for MSDOS computers called PHASEPLANE. It is now available as a program running under X11 and Windows. The code brings together a number of useful algorithms and is extremely portable.

Top authors for XPP (web link to model):

- Bertram R (12)
- Tabak J (8)
- Freeman ME (5)
- Toporikova N (4)
- Vo T (3)
- Wechselberger M (3)
- Egli M (3)
- Sellix MT (2)
- Teka W (2)
- Edelstein SJ (1)

Top concepts studied with XPP (web link to model):

- Bursting (9)
- Oscillations (8)
- Bifurcation (6)
- Activity Patterns (3)
- Action Potentials (2)
- Ion Channel Kinetics (1)
- Parameter Fitting (1)
- Signaling pathways (1)
- Tutorial/Teaching (1)
- Methods (1)

Top neurons studied with XPP (web link to model):

- Pituitary cell (8)
- Hodgkin-Huxley neuron (3)
- PreBotzinger complex neuron (1)
- Cerebellum interneuron stellate GABA cell (1)
- Hippocampus CA1 pyramidal GLU cell (1)
- Hippocampus CA3 pyramidal GLU cell (1)
- Pinsky-Rinzel CA1/3 pyramidal cell (1)
- Squid axon (1)
- Abstract integrate-and-fire leaky neuron (1)

Top currents studied with XPP (web link to model):

Top references cited by these models:

- Ermentrout GB. (2002). Simulating, Analyzing, and Animating Dynamical System: A Guide to XPPAUT for Researchers and Students Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). (9)
- Bertram R, Butte MJ, Kiemel T, Sherman A. (1995). Topological and phenomenological classification of bursting oscillations. Bulletin of mathematical biology. 57 (6)
- Rinzel J. (1987). A formal classification of bursting mechanisms in excitable systems. Mathematical Topics in Population Biology, Morphogenesis, and Neurosciences.. 71 (5)
- Ben-Jonathan N, Hnasko R. (2001). Dopamine as a prolactin (PRL) inhibitor. Endocrine reviews. 22 (5)
- Tsaneva-Atanasova K, Sherman A, van Goor F, Stojilkovic SS. (2007). Mechanism of spontaneous and receptor-controlled electrical activity in pituitary somatotrophs: experiments and theory. Journal of neurophysiology. 98 (5)