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This repository contains a neuroConstruct (http://www.neuroConstruct.org) project containing a model of the C. elegans nervous system, see here.
This is being developed as part of the OpenWorm project.
There is also a new initiative which uses Python scripts to generate network models in NeuroML2 at multiple levels of details: c302. This will eventually be fully integrated with the neuroConstruct version.
python setup.py install
The C. elegans 3D model this was derived from was produced by Dr. Christian Grove and Dr. Paul Sternberg at the VirtualWorm project (WormBase, CalTech) and released into the public domain. You can visit the VirtualWorm home page at http://caltech.wormbase.org/virtualworm/
We have converted all 302 neurons described in the WormBase Virtual Worm Blender files. We have represented them as multi-compartmental neuronal models. This captures the positions of the cells in context with each other and gives us a place to start building descriptions of the synaptic junctions and the ion channels for each cell. In addition, we have added details of connectivity between neurons into the neuroConstruct project.
More accurate models of conductance based neurons and more realistic synapses will be incorporated into c302 first, and then the neuroConstruct model will be updated.
For full details on running this neuroConstruct project see: https://github.com/openworm/OpenWorm/wiki/Running-the-C.-elegans-model-in-neuroConstruct.