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*  Quantitative models of the action potential
Biological neuron models GHK current equation Saltatory conduction Bioelectronics Cable theory Hodgkin AL, Huxley AF, Katz B ( ... Kepler TB, Abbott LF, Marder E (1992). "Reduction of conductance-based neuron models". Biological Cybernetics. 66 (5): 381-387 ... entrainment can also be observed in individual neurons. Both types of models may be used to understand the behavior of small ... other mathematical models pertain to the voltages and currents in the ionic solution surrounding the neuron. Such models are ...
*  Cortical stimulation mapping
A cortical visual prosthesis is a promising subject of research because it targets neurons past the site of disease in most ... must be sufficient to stimulate neurons effectively and not die off too quickly, yet low enough to protect brain tissue from ...
*  Binocular neurons
Due to the linear nature of these neurons, positive and negative values are encoded by two neurons where one neuron encodes the ... Energy neurons sum the squared responses of two pairs of linear neurons which must be 90 degrees out of phase. Alternatively, ... Binocular neurons are neurons in the visual system that assist in the creation of stereopsis from binocular disparity. They ... Each neuron's response is limited such that only one may have a non-zero response for any time. This kind of limitation is ...
*  HSD2 neurons
To date, HSD2 neurons have been identified and studied only in rats and mice. The term "HSD2 neurons" is used in the scientific ... HSD2 neurons do not produce a wide array of other proteins that typify most other subtypes of NTS neurons, including tyrosine ... HSD2 neurons are a small group of neurons in the brainstem which are uniquely sensitive to the mineralocorticosteroid hormone ... Thus, HSD2 neurons are selectively activated by conditions which do not significantly affect surrounding NTS neurons, and they ...
*  Neurons to Nirvana
... is a 2013 documentary film by Canadian filmmaker Oliver Hockenhull. The film examines the evidence for the ... The director's cut premiered at the Vancouver Film Festival in 2013 and is titled From Neurons to Nirvana: The Great Medicines ... The popular released version is titled: Neurons to Nirvana: Understanding Psychedelic Medicines and runs 69 minutes The film ... Mangusta Productions (2013). Neurons to Nirvana: Understanding Psychedelic Medicines. Kickstarter. Retrieved November 15, 2014 ...
*  Actin remodeling of neurons
Neuron 20:847-54 Okamoto, K., Narayanan, R., Lee, S., Murata, K., Hayashi, Y., (2007) The role of CaMKII as an F-actin-bundling ... Stimulation of the neuron that promotes LTP causes larger spine volume, increased cell communication, and a greater ratio of F- ... LIMK1 knockout neurons are unable to form a cytoskeletal matrix within the dendritic spine, which has interesting implications ... Neuron, 35:121-133. Okamato, K. I., Nagai, T., Miyawaki, A., Hayashi, Y. (2004) Rapid and persistent modulation of actin ...
*  Nina and the Neurons
"Nina and The Neurons Go Inventing Episode Guide". Digiguide. 2009. Retrieved 17 November 2009. "Nina and The Neurons In The Lab ... "Nina and The Neurons Episode Guide". Digiguide. 2009. Retrieved 17 November 2009. "Nina and The Neurons Go Eco! Episode Guide ... Bud, voiced by Sharon Small represents the taste neuron. He is blue and also the youngest Neuron and can be enthusiastic and ... Nina and the Neurons is a programme shown on the CBeebies channel aimed at four to six-year-olds to help them understand basic ...
*  Phase resetting in neurons
Each neuron is tuned to a particular unique landmark, and for that reason, these neurons are called place cells. Curiously, it ... These assumptions work to show synchrony within coupled neurons that are linked to other neurons. The first assumption claims ... curves where the oscillation of a neuron is perturbed and the effect the perturbation has on the phase cycle of a neuron is ... Phase resetting in neurons is when the dynamical behavior of an oscillation is shifted. This occurs when a stimulus perturbs ...
*  Neuron
Medium spiny neurons, most neurons in the corpus striatum. Purkinje cells, huge neurons in the cerebellum, a type of Golgi I ... NIF Search - Neuron via the Neuroscience Information Framework Cell Centered Database - Neuron Complete list of neuron types ... Immunohistochemistry Image Gallery: Neuron Khan Academy: Anatomy of a neuron Neuron images Biology portal Medicine portal ... "excitatory neurons", and cells that release GABA as "inhibitory neurons". Since over 90% of the neurons in the brain release ...
*  Dying neurons with silver nitrate
This method thoroughly stains around 5% of neurons, while surrounding neurons are completely unaffected. If neurons were all to ... Method of coloring neurons with silver nitrate (AgNO3) was discovered in 1873. by the Italian scientist Camillo Golgi. This ... Stains of silver nitrate around the surfaces of neurons causes them to appear darker. Silver cation is reduced to neutral ...
*  H1 neuron
The H1 neuron and related tangential neurons are suggested to be genetically determined, meaning that these neurons are ... The large process diameter of these neurons allowed them to be amongst the first visual neurons to be intracellularly recorded ... The H1 neuron is located in the visual cortex of true flies of the order Diptera and mediates motor responses to visual stimuli ... Other neurons are thought to be involved in analyzing the content of the visual scene itself, for example, to separate figure ...
*  Spindle neuron
Spindle neurons, also called von Economo neurons (VENs), are a specific class of neurons that are characterized by a large ... Other neurons tend to have many dendrites, and the polar-shaped morphology of spindle neurons is unique. A neuron's dendrites ... Neuronal volumes of ACC spindle neurons were larger in humans and bonobos (Pan paniscus) than the spindle neurons of the common ... Evrard HC, Forro T, Logothetis NK (May 2012). "Von Economo neurons in the anterior insula of the macaque monkey". Neuron. 74 (3 ...
*  Sensory neuron
Sensory neurons also known as afferent neurons are neurons that convert a specific type of stimulus, via their receptors, into ... The sensory neurons involved in smell are called olfactory receptor neurons. These receptor neurons contain receptors, called ... The cell bodies of the sensory neurons are located in the dorsal ganglia of the spinal cord. This sensory information travels ... These signals are refined and controlled by the interactions with other types of neurons in the retina. The five basic classes ...
*  Neuron Data
... website, archive.org Neuron Data as aired on Discovery Channel, October 2nd, 1991 Neuron Data timeline and Web site ... Neuron Data is an American software development company that was founded June 1985 by Alain Rappaport, Patrick Perez and Jean- ... In 1991, Neuron Data released a GUI building tool named Open Interface. The Open Interface Elements development tool won the ... Neuron Data produced a client-server software development environment named C/S Elements in 1993. The following year, they ...
*  Neuron doctrine
The term neuron (spelled neurone in British English) was itself coined by Waldeyer as a way of identifying the cells in ... The neuron doctrine, as it became known, served to position neurons as special cases under the broader cell theory evolved some ... thereby validating the neuron theory. Neuron theory is an example of consilience where low level theories are absorbed into ... The neuron doctrine is the concept that the nervous system is made up of discrete individual cells, a discovery due to decisive ...
*  Command neuron
A command neuron is a single neuron (or small set of neurons) whose stimulation results in the evocation of an endogenous, ... neuron concept-believing that no neurons exist which can satisfy the strictures outlined in "The Command Neuron Concept". ... They suggested that for any neuron to qualify as a command neuron, its activity had to be both necessary and sufficient for the ... Mauthner Neuron Kupfermann and Weiss commentary on their seminal article Another definition of the command neuron. ...
*  Mirror neuron
A mirror neuron, or cubelli neuron, is a neuron that fires both when an animal acts and when the animal observes the same ... Thus, the neuron "mirrors" the behavior of the other, as though the observer were itself acting. Such neurons have been ... Reports on mirror neurons have been widely published and confirmed with mirror neurons found in both inferior frontal and ... Mirror neurons are believed to mediate the understanding of other animals' behaviour. For example, a mirror neuron which fires ...
*  Pioneer neuron
Pioneer neurons settle in the marginal zone of the cortex and project to sub-cortical levels. In the rat, pioneer neurons are ... It is thought that axons of pioneer neurons, pioneer axons, serve as a pathway for additional neurons that develop later in the ... Unlike Cajal-Retzius cells, these neurons are reelin-negative. Pioneer neurons are born in the ventricular neuroepithelium all ... A pioneer neuron is a cell that is a derivative of the preplate in the early stages of corticogenesis of the brain. ...
*  Binding neuron
A binding neuron (BN) is an abstract mathematical model of the electrical activity of a neuron, closely related to well-known ... Therefore, the LIF neuron as well can be considered as mathematical model of the BN concept. The binding neuron model ... Each of the two takes into account some features of real neurons since it is known that a realistic neuron can display both ... Leaky integrate and fire neuron is a widely used abstract neuronal model. If to state a similar problem for the LIF neuron with ...
*  Anaxonic neuron
An anaxonic neuron is a neuron where the axon cannot be differentiated from the dendrites. Some sources mention that such ... Interneuron Unipolar neuron Multipolar neuron Al, Martini, Frederic Et. Anatomy and Physiology' 2007 Ed.2007 Edition. Rex ... ISBN 978-0-07-125971-2. Pannese, Ennio (1994). Neurocytology: Fine Structure of Neurons, Nerve Processes, and Neuroglial Cells ... neurons have no axons and only dendrites. They are found in the brain and retina. They are also found in invertebrates. They ...
*  Artificial neuron
... binary neuron, linear threshold function, or McCulloch-Pitts (MCP) neuron. Simple artificial neurons, such as the McCulloch- ... This leaves only m actual inputs to the neuron: from x1 to xm. The output of the kth neuron is: y k = φ ( ∑ j = 0 m w k j x j ... An artificial neuron is a mathematical function conceived as a model of biological neurons, a neural network. Artificial ... Artificial neurons are designed to mimic aspects of their biological counterparts. Dendrites - In a biological neuron, the ...
*  GnRH Neuron
GnRH neurons, or Gonadotropin-releasing hormone expressing neurons, are the cells in the brain that control the release of ... The shift to high frequency electrical activity in GnRH neurons is the signal that initiates puberty. GnRH neurons receive ... The strongest activator of GnRH neurons is a hormone called Kisspeptin. GnRH neurons also integrate information from the body ... "Neural crest and ectodermal cells intermix in the nasal placode to give rise to GnRH-1 neurons, sensory neurons, and olfactory ...
*  Neuron (software)
"New release of NEURON includes reactive diffusion! - NEURON". "www.neuron.yale.edu • View topic - NEURON 7.0 now available". " ... NEURON software website The NEURON Book A Neuron tutorial Tutorial for constructing example model Screenshot of the network ... Neuron is a simulation environment for modeling individual and networks of neurons. It was primarily developed by Michael Hines ... A plot option can be activated to open a graph of spikes across time for individual neurons. Neuron comes equipped with a slew ...
*  Red neuron
A "Red Neuron" (acidophilic or "eosinophilic" neuron) is a pathological finding in neurons, generally of the central nervous ... Acidophilic neurons are often found in the first 12-24 hours after an ischemic injury such as a stroke. Since neurons are ... Acidophilic neurons also can be stained with acidic dyes other than eosin (e.g. acid fuchsin and light green yellowish). Kumar ...
*  Follower neuron
These neurons can also be called later development neurons or follower cells. In the early stages of brain development, pioneer ... It is the cell bodies of the follower neurons that follow the axons of the pioneer neurons, instead of what it was thought ... On the other hand, in invertebrates, pioneer neurons seem to have a central role in guiding follower neurons to their targets, ... This suggests that the first FBMN to migrate might act as a "pioneer" neuron that leads follower neurons through the hindbrain ...