Slow adaptation in fast-spiking neurons of visual cortex.

@article{Descalzo2005SlowAI,
  title={Slow adaptation in fast-spiking neurons of visual cortex.},
  author={Vanessa F. Descalzo and Lionel G Nowak and Joshua C. Brumberg and David A. McCormick and M V Sanchez-Vives},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={93 2},
  pages={1111-8}
}
Fast-spiking (FS) neurons are a class of inhibitory interneurons classically characterized as having short-duration action potentials (<0.5 ms at half height) and displaying little to no spike-frequency adaptation during short (<500 ms) depolarizing current pulses. As a consequence, the resulting injected current intensity versus firing frequency relationship is typically steep, and they can achieve firing frequencies of < or =1 kHz. Here we have investigated the properties of FS neurons… CONTINUE READING
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