Slow and fast inhibition and an H-current interact to create a theta rhythm in a model of CA1 interneuron network

Horacio G. Rotstein, Dmitri D. Pervouchine, Corey D. Acker, Martin J. Gillies, John A. White, Eberhardt H. Buhl, Miles A. Whittington, Nancy Kopell

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