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Abstract 1. Responses of DSCT neurons to random electrical stimulation of peripheral nerves of the hindleg at group I intensity were studied using cross-correlation analysis of the output spike train with the stimulus. Three types of response were found: type 1 was due to monosynaptic activation...
Abstract 1. Theoretical expressions for the cross-correlation function are described which relate the output spike train of a neuron to an input spike train. The cross-correlation function is related to a convolution integral of two functions: 1) a waiting-time density, which describes the...
Abstract 1. In the previous two papers we described the motor elements which mediate all-or-none inking behavior in Aplysia (4) and the contribution of specific membrane properties of the ink-gland motor cells to the central program for inking (5). In the present paper we show that the central...
Abstract 1. The left upper quadrant bursting neurons in the abdominal ganglion of Aplysia are isochronous, nonlinear oscillators. Transmembrane current and temperature are parameters of the bursting oscillator. 2. The phase-response curve (PRC) for pulsed inhibitory synaptic input from an...
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