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1 In patch recordings, "HVA-l channels reminiscent of L-type channels were occasionally encountered primarily in the more proximal dendrites" (and in the soma)
2 Patch recordings
3 Patch recordings indicate channels similar in basic characteristics to one or more of the HVAm channel types (most likely Q- or R-type channels)
4 Patch recordings yield an approximate channel density of 28 pS/micron^2 in juvenile rats < 4 wks of age, rising to 61 pS/micron^2 in older rats. Channel density was similar in other dendritic compartments
5 Patch recordings yield an approximate channel density of 45 pS/micron^2 (compared with 28 pS/micron^2 in dendrites) in juvenile rats < 4 wks of age, rising modestly to 56 pS/micron^2 (compared with 61 pS/micron^2 in dendrites) in older rats
6 Patch recordings yield an approximate channel density of 7 pS/micron^2 in juvenile rats < 4 wks of age, rising to 10 pS/micron^2 in older rats. Ca channel density was similar in other dendritic compartments, and in general lower than Na channel density
7 Patch recordings yield an approximate channel density of 7 pS/micron^2 in juvenile rats < 4 wks of age, rising to 10 pS/micron^2 in older rats. Ca channel density was similar in other dendritic compartments, and in general lower than Na channel density
8 showed that the proximal dendrites and somata of hippocampal neurons label for L-type Ca2+ channels and that these channels tend to cluster near the bases of the neural processes. In patch recordings, "HVA-l channels reminiscent of L-type channels were occasionally encountered primarily in the more proximal dendrites" (and in the soma)
9 T-type channels are less dense in the soma than in the dendrites