Neuronal Dendritic Fiber Interference Due to Signal Propagation
In the proposed model, the mathematical modeling of a pair of dendritic fibers using the famous cable equation has been carried out to simulate the effects of signal interference. The response of one fiber due to propagating signal in another fiber has been simulated using the modeled equations which show some interesting results. The simulation shows that the baseline wandering in propagating signal as one of the probable reason for interfiber signal interference. The results also show low-frequency noise while modeling for interfiber signal interference in a pair of dendritic fibers which seems to be an effect of phase-shifted signal, propagation in nearby fiber. In similar simulation, with on phase signal propagation in the two nearby fiber, the results shows shift in the signal baseline potential accompanied by baseline wandering in the signal, which shows the baseline shift, baseline wandering and noise as probable function of interference due to propagating signal in a nearby fiber.
KeywordsNeuron signal interference Neuronal signal artifacts Hodgkin and Huxley model Membrane properties Inter-fibre interference Cable equation
This publication is an outcome of the R&D work undertaken project under the Visvesvaraya Ph.D. Scheme of Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India, being implemented by Digital India Corporation.
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