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Shifting Spike Times or Adding and Deleting Spikes—How Different Types of Noise Shape Signal Transmission in Neural Populations

We study a population of spiking neurons which are subject to independent noise processes and a strong common time-dependent input. We show that the response of output spikes to independent noise shapes information transmission of such populations even when information transmission properties of single neurons are left unchanged. In particular, we consider two Poisson models in ...

Erratum to: Information filtering by synchronous spikes in a neural population

Computational Neuroscience Berlin , Philippstr. 13, Haus 2, 10115, Berlin , Germany 1 Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization , Go ̈ttingen , Germany 2 Benjamin Lindner 3 Institute for

Mechanism of lignin inhibition of enzymatic biomass deconstruction

Background The conversion of plant biomass to ethanol via enzymatic cellulose hydrolysis offers a potentially sustainable route to biofuel production. However, the inhibition of enzymatic activity in pretreated biomass by lignin severely limits the efficiency of this process. Results By performing atomic-detail molecular dynamics simulation of a biomass model containing cellulose, ...

Fast and accurate representations of stochastic ion channel fluctuations

Neurosci 2014 , 4 ( 1 ): 6 . 4. Schwabedal Justus TC , Arkady Pikovsky : Phase description of stochastic oscillations . Phys rev lett 2013 , 110 ( 20 ): 204102 . 5. Thomas Peter J , Benjamin Lindner

Information filtering by synchronous spikes in a neural population

Information about time-dependent sensory stimuli is encoded by the spike trains of neurons. Here we consider a population of uncoupled but noisy neurons (each subject to some intrinsic noise) that are driven by a common broadband signal. We ask specifically how much information is encoded in the synchronous activity of the population and how this information transfer is distributed ...

Diffusion Coefficient of a Brownian Particle with a Friction Function Given by a Power Law

Benjamin Lindner 0 0 B. Lindner ( ) Max-Planck-Institut fr Physik komplexer Systeme , Nthnitzer Str. 38, 01187 Dresden, Germany Nonequilibrium biological systems like moving cells or bacteria have

Characteristic Effects of Stochastic Oscillatory Forcing on Neural Firing: Analytical Theory and Comparison to Paddlefish Electroreceptor Data

Stochastic signals with pronounced oscillatory components are frequently encountered in neural systems. Input currents to a neuron in the form of stochastic oscillations could be of exogenous origin, e.g. sensory input or synaptic input from a network rhythm. They shape spike firing statistics in a characteristic way, which we explore theoretically in this report. We consider a ...

Comparison of the spontaneous activity, the linear response, and the stimulus-induced spike synchrony for three different integrate-and-fire models

Lindner* and Rafael D Vilela 0 Address: Biophysics Department, Max-Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems , Dresden , Germany <p>Eighte nthAnnualComputationalNeuroscienceMe </p> </div> <div class="col col-sm-12 col-md-3 paper-list-details hidden-xs hidden-sm"> <span class="bib-date">Jul 2009</span> <br /> <a class="bib-journal" href="/journal/128504/bmc-neuroscience">BMC Neuroscience</a>, <span class="bib-authors"><a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Benjamin+Lindner%22">Benjamin Lindner</a>, <a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Rafael+D+Vilela%22">Rafael D Vilela</a></span> </div> </div> <div class="row"> <div class="col col-sm-12 col-md-9"> <h4 class="paper-list-title"><a href="/p/57386421/how-stochastic-adaptation-of-neurons-shapes-interspike-interval-statistics-theory-and"> How stochastic adaptation of neurons shapes interspike interval statistics – theory and experiment </a></h4> <div class="paper-list-details-small hidden-md hidden-lg"> <span class="bib-date">Jul 2011</span> | <a class="bib-journal" href="/journal/128504/bmc-neuroscience">BMC Neuroscience</a>, <span class="bib-authors"><a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Tilo+Schwalger%22">Tilo Schwalger</a>, <a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Karin+Fisch%22">Karin Fisch</a>, <a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Jan+Benda%22">Jan Benda</a>, <em>et al.</em></span> </div> <p class="bib-abstract"> </p> </div> <div class="col col-sm-12 col-md-3 paper-list-details hidden-xs hidden-sm"> <span class="bib-date">Jul 2011</span> <br /> <a class="bib-journal" href="/journal/128504/bmc-neuroscience">BMC Neuroscience</a>, <span class="bib-authors"><a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Tilo+Schwalger%22">Tilo Schwalger</a>, <a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Karin+Fisch%22">Karin Fisch</a>, <a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Jan+Benda%22">Jan Benda</a>, <em>et al.</em></span> </div> </div> <div class="row"> <div class="col col-sm-12 col-md-9"> <h4 class="paper-list-title"><a href="/p/57294763/enhancement-of-signal-detection-properties-by-coupling-of-active-hair-bundles"> Enhancement of signal detection properties by coupling of active hair bundles </a></h4> <div class="paper-list-details-small hidden-md hidden-lg"> <span class="bib-date">Jul 2009</span> | <a class="bib-journal" href="/journal/128504/bmc-neuroscience">BMC Neuroscience</a>, <span class="bib-authors"><a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Kai+Dierkes%22">Kai Dierkes</a>, <a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Benjamin+Lindner%22">Benjamin Lindner</a>, <a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Frank+J%C3%BClicher%22">Frank Jülicher</a></span> </div> <p class="bib-abstract"> </p> </div> <div class="col col-sm-12 col-md-3 paper-list-details hidden-xs hidden-sm"> <span class="bib-date">Jul 2009</span> <br /> <a class="bib-journal" href="/journal/128504/bmc-neuroscience">BMC Neuroscience</a>, <span class="bib-authors"><a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Kai+Dierkes%22">Kai Dierkes</a>, <a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Benjamin+Lindner%22">Benjamin Lindner</a>, <a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Frank+J%C3%BClicher%22">Frank Jülicher</a></span> </div> </div> <div class="row"> <div class="col col-sm-12 col-md-9"> <h4 class="paper-list-title"><a href="/p/60855582/how-noisy-adaptation-of-neurons-shapes-interspike-interval-histograms-and-correlations"> How Noisy Adaptation of Neurons Shapes Interspike Interval Histograms and Correlations </a></h4> <div class="paper-list-details-small hidden-md hidden-lg"> <span class="bib-date">Dec 2010</span> | <a class="bib-journal" href="/journal/13010/plos-computational-biology">PLOS Computational Biology</a>, <span class="bib-authors"><a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Tilo+Schwalger%22">Tilo Schwalger</a>, <a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Karin+Fisch%22">Karin Fisch</a>, <a href="/search/?q=authors%3A%22Jan+Benda%22">Jan Benda</a>, <em>et al.</em></span> </div> <p class="bib-abstract"> Channel noise is the dominant intrinsic noise source of neurons causing variability in the timing of action potentials and interspike intervals (ISI). Slow adaptation currents are observed in many cells and strongly shape response properties of neurons. These currents are mediated by finite populations of ionic channels and may thus carry a substantial noise component. 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