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General notes
Notes present in ChannelML file
A channel from Maex, R and De Schutter, E. Synchronization of Golgi and Granule Cell Firing in a Detailed Network Model of the Cerebellar Granule Cell Layer

Unit system of ChannelML file
This can be either SI Units or Physiological Units (milliseconds, centimeters, millivolts, etc.)
SI Units

Channel: Gran_CaHVA_98

Status of element in file
Comment: Verified equivalence of NEURON and GENESIS mapping to orig GENESIS impl from
Comment: Updated to post v1.7.3 new ChannelML format
Contributor: Padraig Gleeson
As described in the ChannelML file
A High Voltage Activated Ca2+ channel
Authors of original model:
   Maex, R.
   De Schutter, E.
Translators of the model to NeuroML:
   Padraig Gleeson  (UCL)  p.gleeson - at -
Referenced publicationMaex, R and De Schutter, E. Synchronization of Golgi and Granule Cell Firing in a Detailed Network Model of the cerebellar Granule Cell Layer. J Neurophysiol, Nov 1998; 80: 2521 - 2537 Pubmed
Reference in NeuronDB Calcium channels
Current voltage relationshipohmic
Ion involved in channel
The ion which is actually flowing through the channel and its default reversal potential. Note that the reversal potential will normally depend on the internal and external concentrations of the ion at the segment on which the channel is placed.
ca (default Eca = 0.080 V)
Reversal potential of this channel is fixed (not externally influenced): yes
Default maximum conductance density
Note that the conductance density of the channel will be set when it is placed on the cell.
Gmax = 9.084216 S m-2
Conductance expression
Expression giving the actual conductance as a function of time and voltage
Gca(v,t) = Gmax * m(v,t) 2 * h(v,t)
Current due to channel
Ionic current through the channel
Ica(v,t) = Gca(v,t) * (v - Eca)
Q10 scaling
Q10 scaling affects the tau in the rate equations. It allows rate equations experimentally calculated at one temperature to be used at a different temperature.
Q10 adjustment applied to gates:    all
Q10_factor:    3
Experimental temperature (at which rate constants below were determined):    17.350264793 oC
Expression for tau at T using tauExp as calculated from rate equations:    tau(T) = tauExp / 3^((T - 17.350264793)/10)
Voltage offset
This introduces a shift in the voltage dependence of the rate equations. If, for example, the equation parameters being used in a model were from a different species, this offset can be introduced to alter the firing threshold to something closer to the species being modelled. See mappings for details.
0.010 V

Gate: m

The equations below determine the dynamics of gating state m

Instances of gating elements2
Closed statem0
Open statem
    Transition: alpha from m0 to m
Expressionalpha(v) = A / (1 + exp((v-V1/2)/B))    (sigmoid)
Parameter values A = 1600 s-1   B = -0.01388888889 V   V1/2 = 0.005 V
alpha(v) = 1600
1+ e ( v - (0.005))/-0.01388888889
    Transition: beta from m to m0
Expressionbeta(v) = A*((v-V1/2)/B) / (1 - exp(-(v-V1/2)/B))    (exp_linear)
Parameter values A = 100 s-1   B = -0.005 V   V1/2 = -0.0089 V
beta(v) = 100 * ( v - (-0.0089)) / -0.005
1- e -(( v - (-0.0089)) / -0.005)

Gate: h

The equations below determine the dynamics of gating state h

Instances of gating elements1
Closed stateh0
Open stateh
    Transition: alpha from h0 to h
Generic expressionalpha(v) = v < -0.060 ? 5.0 : 5 * (exp (-50 * (v - (-0.060))))
    Transition: beta from h to h0
Generic expressionbeta(v) = v < -0.060 ? 0 : 5 - (5 * (exp (-50 * (v - (-0.060)))))

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