Compartmental models of type A and type B guinea pig medial vestibular neurons.

@article{Quadroni1994CompartmentalMO,
  title={Compartmental models of type A and type B guinea pig medial vestibular neurons.},
  author={R Quadroni and Thomas Kn{\"o}pfel},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={72 4},
  pages={1911-24}
}
1. We have developed compartmental models of guinea-pig medial vestibular nuclei neurons (MVNns). The structure and the parameters of the model cells were chosen to reproduce the responses of type A and type B MVNns as described in electrophysiological recordings. 2. Dynamics of membrane potentials were modeled in 46 and 61 branched electrical compartments for Type A and Type B MVNns, respectively. Each compartment was allowed to contain up to nine active ionic conductances: a fast inactivating… CONTINUE READING
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