Golgi Cell

Model Type:
Cell
Neurolex IDs: Cerebellum Golgi cell, Cerebellar, neuron
Keywords: None
Publication: Maex & De Schutter (1998) Synchronization of Golgi and granule cell firing in a detailed network model of the cerebellar granule cell layer
Authors:
Reinoud Maex   Erik De Schutter  
Translators: Padraig Gleeson  
Sources:
Files:
Model ID NeuroML File
NMLCL000004
Golgi_98_3D.cell.nml
( view NeuroML )
NMLCH000017
Golgi_CaHVA_CML.channel.nml
( view NeuroML )
NMLCH000019
Golgi_H_CML.channel.nml
( view NeuroML )
NMLCH000020
Golgi_KA_CML.channel.nml
( view NeuroML )
NMLCH000021
Golgi_KCa_CML.channel.nml
( view NeuroML )
NMLCH000022
Golgi_KDr_CML.channel.nml
( view NeuroML )
NMLCH000023
Golgi_NaF_CML.channel.nml
( view NeuroML )
NMLCH000024
GolgiPassiveCond.channel.nml
( view NeuroML )
NMLCN000018
Golgi_CaPool_CML.nml
( view NeuroML )
Current Clamp Response:
Instructions
Protocol:
Meta Protocol: -
Stimulus: -

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Morphology:
Cell Properties:
Membrane Properties
Is Passive No
Is Intrinsically Spiking Yes
Resting Voltage N/A mV
Rheobase Current Interval (N/A, N/A] nA
Threshold Current Interval (N/A, N/A] nA
Bias Current (to N/A mV) N/A nA
Testing Temperature 32.0 °C
Complexity Properties
Sections 4
Compartments 4
State Equations 27
Stability Interval [-3.125, 15.0] nA
 
Maximum Stable dt N/A ms
Maximum Stable dt Error N/A %
Max. Stable dt Benchmark Run time N/A HH
 
Run time-vs-Error Optimal dt N/A ms
Optimal dt Error N/A %
Optimal dt Benchmark Run time N/A HH
 
CVODE Steady State Step Frequency N/A Hz
CVODE Steps Per AP N/A
CVODE Benchmark Run time N/A HH
Associated Channels:
Associated Synapses: None
Associated Networks:
Notes: None
Model Id: NMLCL000004
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