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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 3.

Bounds on properties used to define the population of admissible LP model neurons

Property Lower bound Upper bound
Input conductance (nS) 36 132
Resting membrane potential (mV) −47.5 −32.5
Resting spike rate (Hz) 13.1 30.6
Phase of burst onset (%) 32.0 44.0
Phase of burst offset (%) 61.7 74.9
Spike rate in burst (spikes/cycle) 16.3 30.2
Slow-wave amplitude (mV) 12.5 27.5
Peak slow-wave potential (mV) −47.5 −32.5
ISI coefficient of variation in burst 0 0.25
  • In most cases, the bounds were chosen to contain the central ∼85% of the experimental data points (see Fig. 4, compare dashed lines, histograms). For more details, see Results, Production of LP model population. ISI, Interspike interval.

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Inferred neuron-electrophysiology data values

Neuron Type Neuron Description Ephys Prop Extracted Value Standardized Value Content Source
DRG IA cell slow AHP amplitude (mV) 12.5 12.5 (mV) Data Table
DRG IA cell resting membrane potential (mV) -47.5 -47.5 (mV) Data Table