Activity-driven computational strategies of a dynamically regulated integrate-and-fire model neuronActivity-driven computational strategies of a dynamically regulated integrate-and-fire model neuron
Faculty of Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences . Biomedical Sciences
1999Boston, Mass., 1999
Journal of computational neuroscience. - Boston, Mass.
7(1999):3, p. 247-254
Activity-dependent slow biochemical regulation processes, affecting intrinsic properties of a neuron, might play an important role in determining information processing strategies in the nervous system. We introduce second-order biochemical phenomena into a linear leaky integrate-and-fire model neuron together with a detailed kinetic description for synaptic signal transduction. In this framework, we investigate the membrane intrinsic electrical properties differentiation, showing the appearance of activity-dependent shifts between integration and temporal coincidence detection operating mode, for the single unit of a network.