Sergiy Kochubey

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The role of 'noisy' excitation in synchronizing interneuron networks with shunting synapses was studied. The excitatory input was simulated as a Poisson pattern of presynaptic conductance with varying frequencies and amplitudes. We find that higher excitation frequencies induce stronger synchronisation of the network. Within the range of 1-10000 Hz, only(More)
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