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In normal neurons, Chloride's reversal potential is near the resting potential for the neuron and also happens to be near the leak conductance reversal potential for the neuron. While not exactly the same these three are sometimes confused. The difference between these three reversal potentials is subtle. Chloride Reversal Potential: is the potential ...


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I'm afraid to say that straight answers to your question, which is of an entirely general nature, would be unlikely to be forthcoming, since the answers you're looking for are referenced to highly specific questions. If I were asked where to look for data, my response would be to ask "data relating to what?". If I received the reply, "relating to this and ...


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Unintuitive, but it's in the right click > View sub-menu: Pan/translate: Right click the chart View > Translate Left click drag will pan around the chart Zoom: Right click the chart View > Zoom In/Out Left click drag horizontally or vertically to zoom the x or y axis Zoom in on a region: Right click the chart View > NewView Left click on the chart ...


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Not intuitive, but to save the value of a curve plotted in a graph: Right click the graph window, and choose "Pick Vector" Click on the desired curve (it should change color i.e. to red) In the NEURON Main Menu > Vector > Save to File Type in the file name > Save File will have two columns, first one for X-axis values (i.e. time) and second for the Y-axis ...


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Typing the following into the NEURON console will reset and run the simulation: run()



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