MATHEMATICAL RESEARCH BRANCH (MRB) PUBLICATIONS DURING 1994

Golomb D, Rinzel J. Dynamics of globally coupled inhibitory neurons with heterogeneity, Phys Rev E 1993; 48:4810-4814.

Golomb D, Rinzel J. Clustering in globally coupled inhibitory neurons, Physica D 1994; 72:259-282.

Golomb D, Rinzel J, Synchronization among heterogeneous inhibitory RTN neurons globally coupled, In: Eeckmann, F, ed. Proceedings of the Computation and Neural Systems Meeting CNS*93, Norwell MA: Kluwer ( in press).

Golomb D, Wang XJ, Rinzel J, Synchronization properties of spindle oscillations in a thalamic reticular nucleus model, J Neurophysiol 1994; 72:1109-1126.

Pinsky P: Synchrony and clustering in an excitatory neural network model with intrinsic relaxation kinetics, SIAM J Appl Math 1994; 55:220-241.

Pinsky P, Rinzel J: Intrinsic and network rhythmogenesis in a reduced Traub model for CA3 neurons, J Computational Neuroscience (in press).

Li Y-X, Rinzel J: Equations for IP3 receptor-mediated Ca oscillations derived from a detailed kinetic model: A Hodgkin-Huxley like formalism, J Theoret Biol 1994;166:461-473.

Li Y-X, Rinzel J, Keizer J, Stojilkovic S: Calcium oscillations in pituitary gonadotrophs: Comparison of experiment and theory, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1994; 91:58-62.

Stokes CL, Rinzel J: Diffusion of extracellular K+ can synchronize bursting oscillations in a model islet of Langerhans, Biophys J 1993; 65:597-607.

Baer SM, Rinzel J, Carrillo H: Analysis of an autonomous phase model for neuronal parabolic bursting, J Math Biology (in press).

Rush M, Rinzel J: Analysis of bursting in a thalamic neuron model, Biol Cybern (in press).

Wang X-J, Rinzel J: Oscillatory and bursting properties of neurons. In: Arbib MA, ed. Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (in press).

Smolen P, Rinzel J, Sherman A: Why pancreatic islets burst but single beta-cells do not: The heterogeneity hypothesis, Biophys J 1993; 64:1668-1680.

Sherman A, Mascagni M: A gradient random walk method for two-dimensional reaction-diffusion equations, SIAM J Sci Comput (in press).

Sherman A: Anti-phase, asymmetric, and aperiodic oscillations in excitable cells I. Coupled bursters, Bull Math Biol (in press).

Smolen P, Sherman A: Phase-independent resetting in relaxation and burst oscillators, J Theoret Biol (in press).

Sherman A: Theoretical aspects of synchronized bursting in beta-cells, In Huizinga JD ed.

Pacemaker Activity and Intercellular Communication. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press (in press).

Satin L, Tavalin S, Smolen P: Calcium channel inactivation in HIT cells studied with an imposed burst waveform, Biophys J 1994; 66:141-148.

Satin L, Smolen P: Electrical bursting and calcium oscillations in pancreatic B-cells, Endocrine J (in press).

Bertram R: Reduced-system analysis of the effects of serotonin on a molluscan burster neuron, Biol Cybern 1994; 70:359-368.

Gonzalez-Fernandez J M, Ermentrout B: On the origin and dynamics of the vasomotion of small arteries, Math Biosc 1994; 119:127-167.

Knepper MA, Flessner MF, Mejia R, Chou C-L: NH4+ and NH3 permeabilities of Henle's loop segments, In: Proceedings of Sixth International Workshop on Renal Ammoniagenesis and Interorgan Cooperation in Acid-Base Homeostasis, Ventimiglia, Italy, (in press).

Agmon-Snir H, Segev I: Signal delay and propagation velocity in passive dendritic structures, J Neurophysiol 1993; 70: 2066-2085.

Rall W: Transients in neuron with arbitrary dendritic branching and shunted soma: a commentary for "New and Notable", Biophys J 1993; 65: 15-16.

Rall W: Perspective on neuron model complexity, In: Arbib MA, ed. Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (in press).

Segev I, Rinzel J, Shepherd GM, eds: The Theoretical Foundation of Dendritic Function: Selected Papers of Wilfrid Rall with Commentaries, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (in press).

Holmes WR, Rall W: Dendritic spines, In: Arbib MA, ed. Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (in press).

Please send your comments/suggestions about this page to:

asherman@nih.gov

To go back to MRB's Home Page click here