Steady-state and limit cycle activity of mass of neurons forming simple feedback loops (I): lumped circuit model

@article{Ahn1974SteadystateAL,
  title={Steady-state and limit cycle activity of mass of neurons forming simple feedback loops (I): lumped circuit model},
  author={S. M. Ahn and Walter J. Freeman},
  journal={Kybernetik},
  year={1974},
  volume={16},
  pages={87-91}
}
The neurons in the mammalian olfactory bulb sustain two types of synaptic feedback. The periglomerular cells excite each other and form a positive feedback loop. The mitral-tufted cells are excited by periglomerular neurons, and they excite granule cells and are inhibited by them. The last two neural populations form a negative feedback loop. This work contains mathematical proofs for the existence of steady state unvarying activity in periglomerular neurons, and of steady state oscillatory… CONTINUE READING

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