Cellularly-Driven Differences in Network Synchronization Propensity Are Differentially Modulated by Firing Frequency

@inproceedings{Fink2011CellularlyDrivenDI,
  title={Cellularly-Driven Differences in Network Synchronization Propensity Are Differentially Modulated by Firing Frequency},
  author={Christian G. Fink and Victoria Booth and Michal Zochowski},
  booktitle={PLoS Computational Biology},
  year={2011}
}
Spatiotemporal pattern formation in neuronal networks depends on the interplay between cellular and network synchronization properties. The neuronal phase response curve (PRC) is an experimentally obtainable measure that characterizes the cellular response to small perturbations, and can serve as an indicator of cellular propensity for synchronization. Two broad classes of PRCs have been identified for neurons: Type I, in which small excitatory perturbations induce only advances in firing, and… CONTINUE READING

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