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Globus pallidus principal GABA cell
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 Neuronal Receptors (16)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment Receptor Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite Gaba striato-pallidal input The main synaptic afferents to GP are striato-pallidal GABAergic axons."
2 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite Gaba striato-pallidal input The main synaptic afferents to GP are striato-pallidal GABAergic axons."
3 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite Glutamate Subthalamic nucleus, cerebral cortex, and thalamus Reviewed in
4 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite Glutamate Subthalamic nucleus, cerebral cortex, and thalamus Reviewed in
5 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite Dopaminergic Receptor SNc input Reviewed in
6 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite Glutamate Subthalamic nucleus, cerebral cortex, and thalamus Reviewed in
7 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite Dopaminergic Receptor SNc input Reviewed in
8 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite Dopaminergic Receptor SNc input Reviewed in
9 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite H3R The globus pallidus, a neuronal nucleus involved in the control of motor behavior, expresses high levels of histamine H3 receptors (H3Rs) most likely located on the synaptic afferents to the nucleus.”
10 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite Gaba striato-pallidal input The main synaptic afferents to GP are striato-pallidal GABAergic axons."
11 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite Glycine
12 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite H3R The globus pallidus, a neuronal nucleus involved in the control of motor behavior, expresses high levels of histamine H3 receptors (H3Rs) most likely located on the synaptic afferents to the nucleus.”
13 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite Glycine
14 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite H3R The globus pallidus, a neuronal nucleus involved in the control of motor behavior, expresses high levels of histamine H3 receptors (H3Rs) most likely located on the synaptic afferents to the nucleus.”
15 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite Glycine
16 Yes Soma Glycine
 Neuronal Currents (14)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment Current Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite I N Voltage-gated sodium channels were found throughout the whole dendritic tree of GP neurons, and showed a significant clustering at sites of excitatory synaptic inputs.”
2 Yes Soma I N Each isoform [of Na channel] was found within neuronal somata and dendrites of all diameters within the GP".
3 Yes Axon fiber I N The vast majority of Nav1.1 labeling in axons was specifically localized at myelinated portions of the axon. Consistent with previous observations, Nav1.2 was found mainly in small unmyelinated axons and Nav1.6 was specifically associated with nodes of Ranvier. A low level of labeling for each type of sodium channel was also found in axon terminals.”
4 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite I A, slow These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons."
5 Yes Axon terminal I A, slow These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons."
6 Yes Soma I A Two types of A-like current were observed in GP neurons: a high-threshold, TEA-sensitive current attributable to Kv3.4 channels and a low-threshold, TEA-insensitive current attributable to Kv4 family channels.”
7 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite I N Voltage-gated sodium channels were found throughout the whole dendritic tree of GP neurons, and showed a significant clustering at sites of excitatory synaptic inputs.”
8 Yes Axon terminal I N The vast majority of Nav1.1 labeling in axons was specifically localized at myelinated portions of the axon. Consistent with previous observations, Nav1.2 was found mainly in small unmyelinated axons and Nav1.6 was specifically associated with nodes of Ranvier. A low level of labeling for each type of sodium channel was also found in axon terminals.”
9 Yes Axon hillock I A, slow These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons."
10 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite I A, slow These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons."
11 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite I N Voltage-gated sodium channels were found throughout the whole dendritic tree of GP neurons, and showed a significant clustering at sites of excitatory synaptic inputs.”
12 Yes Axon fiber I A, slow These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons."
13 Yes Soma I K,Ca We find that small-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ (SK) channels underlie most of the mAHP in GP neurons. This mAHP conductance is a small component of the overall outward current that flows during the subthreshold part of the oscillatory cycle, the majority of which is provided instead by an inactivating K+ current."
14 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite I A, slow These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons."
 Neuronal Transmitters (1)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment transmitter Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Axon terminal Gaba subthalamic nucleus (STN) and striatal connections The GP is mainly made up by two populations of GABAergic neurons, with the predominant one projecting to the subthalamic nucleus while a second group sends projections to the striatum."
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Last Time: 5/29/2015 12:01:14 AM
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