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Propagating Activity Patterns in Large-Scale Inhibitory Neuronal Networks

Propagating Activity Patterns in Large-Scale Inhibitory Neuronal Networks,10.1126/science.279.5355.1351,Science,J. Rinzel,D. Terman,X.-J. Wang,B. Erme

Propagating Activity Patterns in Large-Scale Inhibitory Neuronal Networks   (Citations: 65)
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Journal: Science , vol. 279, no. 5355, pp. 1351-1355, 1998
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    • ...Rinzel et al. (1998) have studied the influence of PSP time courses on the activity patterns...

    George L. Tsirogianniset al. A population level computational model of the basal ganglia that gener...

    • ...1.2 Sleep oscillations, rhythmic bursts, and arousal Experimental and theoretical investigations of thalamic activity during sleep have provided an understanding of the biophysical basis of rhythmic oscillations in thalamus that are associated with sleep and certain forms of epilepsy (Destexhe and Sejnowski, 2001; Rush and Rinzel, 1994; Golomb, Wang and Rinzel, 1996b; Wang, Golomb and Rinzel, 1995; Rinzel, Terman, Wang and Ermentrout, ...
    • ... basis of rhythmic bursting in the thalamus has been extensively modeled (Destexhe, McCormick and Sejnowski, 1993; Destexhe, Babloyantz and Sejnowski, 1993; Destexhe, Contreras, Sejnowski and Steriade, 1994b; Destexhe, Contreras, Sejnowski and Steriade, 1994a; Rush and Rinzel, 1994; Wang, Golomb and Rinzel, 1995; Golomb, Wang and Rinzel, 1996a; Lytton, Destexhe and Sejnowski, 1996; Destexhe, Bal, McCormick and Sejnowski, 1996; Rinzel, Terman, ...

    Marco A. Huertaset al. A population density model of the driven LGN/PGN

    • ...For this reason, simplified versions of such models in which only one compartment model was taken into account have been used (Wang, Golomb, & Rinzel, 1995; Rinzel, Terman, Wang, & Ermentrout, 1998)...

    Roberto C. Soteroet al. Realistically Coupled Neural Mass Models Can Generate EEG Rhythms

    • ...). The prominent role for inhibitory processing follows insights from previous modeling studies ...

    Tomas Knapenet al. Stimulus Motion Propels Traveling Waves in Binocular Rivalry

    • ... et al., 2005a, b; Huertas and Smith, 2006) exploring the dynamic filter properties of thalamic relay nuclei during states of arousal (e.g., the visually-driven dLGN/PGN) (Sherman and Guillery, 1996; Sherman and Koch, 1990) and are also relevant to the rhythmic thalamic oscillations associated with sleep (Huguenard and McCormick, 1992; McCormick and Huguenard, 1992; Golomb et al., 1994; Wang et al., 1995; Destexhe et al., 1996, 1998; Rinzel et ...

    Marco A. Huertaset al. A multivariate population density model of the dLGN/PGN relay

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