Cellular, synaptic and network effects of neuromodulation

@article{Marder2002CellularSA,
  title={Cellular, synaptic and network effects of neuromodulation},
  author={Eve Marder and Vatsala Thirumalai},
  journal={Neural networks : the official journal of the International Neural Network Society},
  year={2002},
  volume={15 4-6},
  pages={479-93}
}
All network dynamics emerge from the complex interaction between the intrinsic membrane properties of network neurons and their synaptic connections. Nervous systems contain numerous amines and neuropeptides that function to both modulate the strength of synaptic connections and the intrinsic properties of network neurons. Consequently network dynamics can be tuned and configured in different ways, as a function of the actions of neuromodulators. General principles of the organization of… CONTINUE READING
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