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  1. Gating of homeostatic regulation of intrinsic excitability produces cryptic long-term storage of prior perturbations
  2. Neuronal morphology enhances robustness to perturbations of channel densities
  3. Neuron's axonal structure determines its spiking capactity
  4. Interactions among Diameter, Myelination and the Na/K pump Affect Axonal Resilience to High Frequency Spiking
  5. The Cellular Electrophysiological Properties Underlying Multiplexed Coding in Purkinje Cells
  6. Firing rate-dependent phase responses of Purkinje cells support transient oscillations
  7. Exploring Impaired SERCA Pump-Caused Alternation Occurrence in Ischemia
  8. Firing Rate-dependent Phase Responses of Purkinje Cells Support Transient Oscillations
  9. Climbing Fibers Provide Graded Error Signals in Cerebellar Learning
  10. Voltage- and Branch-Specific Climbing Fiber Responses in Purkinje Cells
  11. Voltage- and Branch-specific Climbing Fiber Responses in Purkinje Cells
  12. Role of CaMKII and PKA in Early Afterdepolarization of Human Ventricular Myocardium Cell: A Computational Model Study
  13. Bars and medals
  14. The pleasure of publishing
  15. Looking out for future scientists
  16. In numbers we trust?
  17. Cellular mechanism of cardiac alternans: an unresolved chicken or egg problem
  18. Fibroblast proliferation alters cardiac excitation conduction and contraction: a computational study
  19. The haves and the have nots
  20. Grandmother elephants
  21. Luck, jobs and learning
  22. Theoretical investigation of the mechanism of heart failure using a canine ventricular cell model: Especially the role of up-regulated CaMKII and SR Ca2+ leak
  23. Crossing oceans
  24. A good life
  25. A Study of Mechanical Optimization Strategy for Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Based on an Electromechanical Model
  26. Electrical Remolding and Mechanical Changes in Heart Failure: A Model Study
  27. Relation of Infarct Location and Size to Extent of Infarct Expansion After Acute Myocardial Infarction: A Quantitative Study Based on a Canine Model