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Subthreshold resonance in biophysically-based models of low- and high-input conductance motoneurons
© Chaud and Kohn 2015
- Published: 18 December 2015
- Membrane Potential
- Ionic Current
- Spinal Motoneuron
- Action Potential Generation
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These results contribute to the understanding of the complex interactions between active and passive properties in MNs and how these interactions can produce membrane potential resonance and affect action potential generation. The relation we found between subthreshold resonance and the minimum firing rate merits further studies to better understand how firing rate may be affected by membrane resonances.
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