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1. B: How noisy adaptation of neurons shapes interspike interval histograms and correlations. PLoS Comput Biol 2010, 6(12):e1001026. doi:10.1186/1471-2202-12-S1-P199 Cite this...

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3. The contribution of spike-frequency adaptation to the variability of spike responses in a sensory neuron


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4. Sources of interspike interval variability in locust auditory receptor cells


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5. Sources of interspike interval variability in locust auditory receptor cells

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6. How stochastic adaptation of neurons shapes interspike interval statistics – theory and experiment


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7. How Noisy Adaptation of Neurons Shapes Interspike Interval Histograms and Correlations

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8. How stochastic adaptation of neurons shapes interspike interval statistics – theory and experiment

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