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Correction to: Linking demyelination to compound action potential dispersion with a spike-diffuse-spike approach

  • The original article was published in The Journal of Mathematical Neuroscience 2019 9:3

Following publication of the original article [1], the authors noticed a mistake in the first paragraph within “Altered propagation”:

The phrase “When an internode undergoes demyelination, its transverse resistance is assumed to increase while its capacitance decreases [29]” should read: “When an internode undergoes demyelination, its transverse resistance is assumed to decrease while its capacitance increases [29]”

Figure 1(d) has also been corrected due to an incorrect arrangement of colors:

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The Stochastic Spike-Diffuse-Spike Model. (d) Schematic illustration of two Ranvier nodes separated by a distance d for the three damage configurations. For a propagation from left to right, we consider three possibilities for an action potential starting at node (a). Top: demyelination of orthodromic internode. Middle: demyelination of antidromic internode. Bottom: equal demyelination of both anti- and orthodromic internodes

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    Naud R, Longtin A. Linking demyelination to compound action potential dispersion with a spike-diffuse-spike approach. J Math Neurosci. 2019;9:3. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13408-019-0071-6.

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Naud, R., Longtin, A. Correction to: Linking demyelination to compound action potential dispersion with a spike-diffuse-spike approach. J. Math. Neurosc. 10, 6 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13408-020-00083-y

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