Synchronization of Electrically Coupled Resonate-and-Fire Neurons

@article{Chartrand2019SynchronizationOE,
  title={Synchronization of Electrically Coupled Resonate-and-Fire Neurons},
  author={Thomas Chartrand and M. Goldman and T. J. Lewis},
  journal={SIAM journal on applied dynamical systems},
  year={2019},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={
          1643-1693
        }
}
Electrical coupling between neurons is broadly present across brain areas and is typically assumed to synchronize network activity. However, intrinsic properties of the coupled cells can complicate this simple picture. Many cell types with electrical coupling show a diversity of post-spike subthreshold fluctuations, often linked to subthreshold resonance, which are transmitted through electrical synapses in addition to action potentials. Using the theory of weakly coupled oscillators, we… Expand
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