A Universal Model for Spike-Frequency Adaptation

@article{Benda2003AUM,
  title={A Universal Model for Spike-Frequency Adaptation},
  author={Jan Benda and Andreas V. M. Herz},
  journal={Neural Computation},
  year={2003},
  volume={15},
  pages={2523-2564}
}
Spike-frequency adaptation is a prominent feature of neural dynamics. Among other mechanisms, various ionic currents modulating spike generation cause this type of neural adaptation. Prominent examples are voltage-gated potassium currents (M-type currents), the interplay of calcium currents and intracellular calcium dynamics with calcium-gated potassium channels (AHP-type currents), and the slow recovery from inactivation of the fast sodium current. While recent modeling studies have focused on… CONTINUE READING
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