Autaptic modulation-induced neuronal electrical activities and wave propagation on network under electromagnetic induction
Institute of Biophysics and Department of Physics, Central China Normal University,
430079, P.R. China
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Received in final form: 14 March 2018
Published online: 19 October 2018
Based on an improved HR neuron model, the effects of electrical and chemical autapses on the firing activities of single neurons are studied, and the wave propagation in forward feedback neural network is also discussed by considering autapstic regulation under different intensities of electromagnetic induction. It is found that the electrical activities of single neuron can be changed by exerting excitatory or inhibitory of electrical and chemical autapses. With different feedback gains of electromagnetic induction current, membrane potential shows the oscillatory solutions and steady states. Under the condition of different autapse or electromagnetic induction, the propagation of electrical activities caused by the central neuron is transformed in the forward feedback network. Moreover, the spatial synchronization of the network will be changed by choosing different coupling intensities and feedback gains. It is proved that the electrical and chemical autapses play a significant role in firing modes of single neuron and the wave propagation of the forward feedback networks under the electromagnetic induction.
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