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Article: How multiple conductances determine electrophysiological properties in a multicompartment model.

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Taylor AL; Goaillard JM; Marder E
J. Neurosci., 2009

Table 2.

Range of parameters used in random sampling of parameter space

Parameter Minimum Maximum Units
Soma and neurites Eleak −23 −13 mV
leak 0.001 0.002 μS/nF
Kd 0 0.2 μS/nF
A 0 0.5 μS/nF
Ca 0 6 μm3/(ms · nF)
KCa 0 1 μS/nF
h 0 0.02 μS/nF
pr 0 0.008 μS/nF
v½pr −55 −35 mV
Neurites synAB 0 0.06 μS/nF
stnPD 0 0.06 μS/nF
synPY 0 0.02 μS/nF
Axon Eleak,ax −7 +3 mV
leak,ax 0.2 0.45 μS/nF
Na 0 600 μS/nF
Kd 0 74 μS/nF
Aa 0 100 μS/nF
  • For each model, each parameter was drawn independently from a uniform distribution with the given bounds. x is the maximal conductance of any current x, Eleak values are leak reversal potentials in the indicated compartments, Ca is the maximal permeability of the (nonohmic) calcium conductance, and v½pr is the half-activation potential of the proctolin-activated conductance. During sampling, the capacitances and axial resistances were fixed. See Results, Production of LP model population, for an explanation of how these ranges were chosen.

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