Subthreshold Antiresonance and Antiphasonance in Single Neurons: 3D Models
Subthreshold (or membrane potential) antiresonance refers to the ability of neurons to exhibit a minimum in their voltage amplitude response to oscillatory input currents at a nonzero input (antiresonant) frequency.
Subthreshold (or membrane potential) antiphasonance refers to the ability of neurons to exhibit a zero-phase (or zero-phase-shift) response to oscillatory inputs currents at a nonzero (antiphasonant) frequency separating between delayed and advance responses for frequencies smaller and larger than the antiphasonant frequency, respectively.
Linear subthreshold antiresonance and antiphasonance refers to the occurrence of these phenomena in linear systems.
In this article, we focus on the description of antiresonance and antiphasonance in 3D linearized...
The author wishes to thank Farzan Nadim, David Fox and Eran Stark for useful comments.
This work was supported by NSF grants DMS-1313861 (HGR) and CRCNS-DMS-1608077 (HGR).
The author is grateful to the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University.
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