New neuron dynamics model better fitted to the biological reality (Vol. 48 No. 1)

The phase trajectories of the solutions for the simplified biologically relevant HH model and the scaled theoretical FHN model for neuron dynamics (black curve).

Scientists have now adopted a qualitative theoretical neuroscience model commensurate with actual measurements of neurons' dynamics

Neuroscientists are currently working diligently to understand the dynamics of thousands of coupled neurons. Understanding how they operate requires accurate models. The trouble is that each of the existing neuroscience models has its own shortcomings. The authors have, for the first time, developed an effective method for solving the equations of a well-known theoretical neuroscience dynamic model and make it more biologically relevant. These findings have just been published. They could not only help resolve problems in the neurosciences, but could also provide a deeper understanding of neuronal activity in the emerging sector of neurovascular dynamics, which describes the interplay between the brain's neurons and the blood flow.

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