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The interplay of intrinsic excitability and network topology in spatiotemporal pattern generation in neural networks
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- Published: 21 July 2014
- Slow Wave Sleep
- Phase Response Curve
- Synaptic Potentiation
- Previous Modeling Study
- Intrinsic Excitability
This material is based upon work supported by the NSF GRFP under Grant No. DGE 1256260 (JPR), NSF CMMI 1029388 (MRZ), and NSF PoLS 1058034 (MRZ & LMS).
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