LIF model

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erick_valpo
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LIF model

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In order to simplified a model, I wish to separate slow conductances and fast conductances in to two different compartment.
The idea is to model fast conductances as a Leak Iintegrate and Fire compartment.
I didn't find any similar model on modelDB.
could anybody help me with the LIF compartment?

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Re: LIF model

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Use spikeout.mod from the "conductance based" model cell in the NEURON implementation of the network for this paper:
Brette R, Rudolph M, Carnevale T, Hines M, Beeman D, Bower JM, Diesmann M, Morrison A, et al. (2007) Simulation of networks of spiking neurons: A review of tools and strategies. J Comp Neurosci 23:349-98
(source code available from ModelDB http://senselab.med.yale.edu/modeldb/ via accession number 83319).
You'll find the relevant files in the NEURON/coba subdirectory of the zip file you download from ModelDB.
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