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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<channelml xmlns="http://morphml.org/channelml/schema"
       xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
       xmlns:meta="http://morphml.org/metadata/schema"
           xsi:schemaLocation="http://morphml.org/channelml/schema  http://www.neuroml.org/NeuroMLValidator/NeuroMLFiles/Schemata/v1.7.1/Level2/ChannelML_v1.7.1.xsd"
       units="Physiological Units"
>

    
    
<meta:notes>ChannelML file describing a more complex synaptic mechanism</meta:notes>
    
    
<synapse_type name="MultiDecaySynapse">
        
        
<status value="in_progress">
            
<meta:comment>Stable</meta:comment>
            
<meta:issue>Mapping only implemented for NEURON so far</meta:issue>
            
<meta:contributor>
                
<meta:name>Padraig Gleeson</meta:name>
            
</meta:contributor>
        
</status>
    
        
<meta:notes>Example of a synaptic mechanism incorporating multiple decay constants, e.g.
        when EPSC has a main rapid component, and a smaller 'tail' with a longer time course.  Mapping exists currently only for NEURON
</meta:notes>
        
        
<meta:neuronDBref>
            
<meta:modelName>Receptor properties</meta:modelName>
            
<meta:uri>http://senselab.med.yale.edu/senselab/NeuronDB/receptors2.asp</meta:uri>
        
</meta:neuronDBref>
        
        
<multi_decay_syn max_conductance="6.0E-5"
                         rise_time="1"
                         decay_time="2"
                         max_conductance_2="1E-5"
                         decay_time_2="15"
                         max_conductance_3="1E-6"
                         decay_time_3="40"
                         reversal_potential="0"
>
<!-- Note: max_conductance_3 and decay_time_3 are optional-->
            
        
</multi_decay_syn>
    
    
</synapse_type>
    
    
    
</channelml>