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sexta-feira, junho 12, 2009

Por que neurônios têm dendritos ativos?



Dendritic trees perform non-linear input-output transformations such that the capacity to distinguish between different stimulus intensities, measured by the dynamic range (Delta) increases monotonically with coupling p_lambda and the tree size (G [= number of biffurcations in the binary tree]). The tree topology can produce very large dynamic ranges (above 50 dB).

doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000402.g003

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