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1 Cell-attached dendritic recordings in rats up to about 60um from the soma showed that low-threshold calcium channels were concentrated at proximal dendritic locations, sites known to receive excitatory synaptic connections from primary afferents, suggesting that they play a key role in the amplification of sensory inputs to TC neurons
2 Cell-attached recordings in rats up to about 60um from the soma demonstrated a non-uniform dendritic distribution of channels
3 Cell-attached recordings in rats up to about 60um from the soma demonstrated a roughly uniform density of channels across the somatodendritic area examined that corresponds to approximately half the average path length of TC neuron dendrites
4 Some kinetic properties of this current were studied in cell-attached recordings in rats
5 The kinetic properties of this current were studied in cell-attached recordings in rats
6 The properties of this current have been studied in cell-attached recordings in rats
7 This is fast activating. There is also I P which is A-like but slowly activating. Some kinetic properties of this current were studied in cell-attached recordings in rats