Cozen O’Connor: Nonlinear Dynamic Modeling of Neuron Action Potential Threshold During Synaptically Driven Broadband Intracellular Activity [IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering]

Nonlinear Dynamic Modeling of Neuron Action Potential Threshold During Synaptically Driven Broadband Intracellular Activity [IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering]

Ude Lu, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Intellectual Property Department, discusses nonlinear dynamic modeling of neuron action potential in IEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. Activity-dependent variation of neuronal thresholds for action potential (AP) generation is one of the key determinants of spike-train temporal-pattern transformations from presynaptic to postsynaptic spike trains. In this study, we model the nonlinear dynamics of the threshold variation during synaptically driven broadband intracellular activity. 

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