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 AM  Vol.11 No.7 , July 2020
Impact of Chloride Channel on Spiking Patterns of Morris-Lecar Model
Abstract: In this paper,we study the complicated dynamics of general Morris-Lecar model with the impact of Cl- fluctuations on firing patterns of this neuron model. After adding Cl- channel in the original Morris-Lecar model, the dynamics of the original model such as its bifurcations of equilibrium points would be changed and they occurred at different values compared to the primary model. We discover these qualitative changes in the point of dynamical systems and neuroscience. We will conduct the co-dimension two bifurcations analysis with respect to different control parameters to explore the complicated behaviors for this new neuron model.
Cite this paper: Azizi, T. and Alali, B. (2020) Impact of Chloride Channel on Spiking Patterns of Morris-Lecar Model. Applied Mathematics, 11, 650-669. doi: 10.4236/am.2020.117044.
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