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Thalamus geniculate nucleus/lateral principal GLU cell
Guillery, RW, A study of golgi preparations from the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus of the adult cat, Journal of Comparitive Neurology 1966 128:21-59.
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 Neuronal Receptors (28)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment Receptor Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite GabaA TRN neuron terminals (T)
2 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite Glutamate Ganglion Cell terminal (t)
3 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite Cholinergic Receptors Afferents from the parabrachial region (T) in SOBIV 297.
4 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite mGluR A study indicates that synaptic activation of these receptors increases inhibitory activity in relay neurons by increasing output of presynaptic dendrites
5 Yes Soma Alpha2 Locus Coeruleus
6 Yes Soma Alpha1 Locus Coeruleus
7 Yes Soma Muscarinic Afferents from the parabrachial region (T)
8 Yes Soma NMDA Retinogeniculate neurons and corticogeniculate neurons (T)
9 Yes Soma Nicotinic Afferents from the parabrachial region (T) SOBIV p317).
10 Yes Soma GabaA TRN neuron and interneuron terminals (T) In slices of rat brain at various postnatal ages was found that decay times of evoked IPSCs and spontaneous miniature IPSCs undergo progressive shortening during the first postnatal month
11 Yes Soma GabaB TRN neuron and interneuron terminals (T)
12 Yes Soma AMPA Retinogeniculate neurons and corticogeniculate neurons (T)
13 Yes Soma M2 Afferents from the parabrachial region (T)
14 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite NMDA Corticogeniculate input (T) SOBIV p316
15 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite AMPA Corticogeniculate input (T) SOBIV p316
16 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite Glutamate Deep pyramidal neuron terminals (T)
17 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite mGluR Corticogeniculate input (T) SOBIV p316).A study indicates that synaptic activation of these receptors increases inhibitory activity in relay neurons by increasing output of presynaptic dendrites
18 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite M1 Afferents from the parabrachial region (T) SOBIV p317).
19 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite mGluR Corticogeniculate input (T) SOBIV p316).A study indicates that synaptic activation of these receptors increases inhibitory activity in relay neurons by increasing output of presynaptic dendrites
20 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite GabaA TRN neuron terminals (T)
21 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite Nicotinic Afferents from the parabrachial region (T) SOBIV p317).
22 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite GabaB TRN neuron terminals (T)
23 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite AMPA Corticogeniculate input (T) SOBIV p316
24 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite NMDA Corticogeniculate input (T) SOBIV p316
25 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite Cholinergic Receptors Afferents from the parabrachial region (T) in SOBIV 297.
26 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite GabaB TRN neuron terminals (T)
27 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite M1 Afferents from the parabrachial region (T) SOBIV p317).
28 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite Nicotinic Afferents from the parabrachial region (T) SOBIV p317).
 Neuronal Currents (21)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment Current Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Axon hillock I K
2 Yes Axon hillock I Na,t
3 Yes Axon fiber I Na,t
4 Yes Axon terminal I N inferred
5 Yes Soma I A 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
6 Yes Soma I K,leak This current is reduced by activation of the metabotropic glutamate receptors
7 Yes Soma I N
8 Yes Soma I L high threshold Using electrophysiological recordings and imaging, the density of these channels was found to rapidly decrease with distance from soma and clustered in high density around the base of dendrites
9 Yes Soma I h The properties of this current were studied using intracellular recording in slices
10 Yes Soma I K,Ca 2 types: one is a slow I AHP type current; weak in LGN, strong in peritenial; the other is fast.
11 Yes Soma I T low threshold The kinetic properties of this current were studied in cell-attached recordings in rats
12 Yes Soma I Na,p
13 Yes Soma I Na,t The properties of this current have been studied in cell-attached recordings in rats
14 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite I L high threshold Sherman and Koch, 1990).Using electrophysiological recordings and imaging, the density of these channels was found to rapidly decrease with distance from soma and clustered in high density around the base of dendrites
15 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite I Na,t Cell-attached recordings in rats up to about 60um from the soma demonstrated a non-uniform dendritic distribution of channels
16 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite I A 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
17 Yes Soma I K Some kinetic properties of this current were studied in cell-attached recordings in rats
18 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite I K 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
19 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite I T low threshold 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
20 Middle equivalent dendrite I L high threshold Using electrophysiological recordings and imaging, the density of these channels was found to rapidly decrease with distance from soma
21 Distal equivalent dendrite I L high threshold Using electrophysiological recordings and imaging, the density of these channels was found to rapidly decrease with distance from soma
 Neuronal Transmitters (1)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment transmitter Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Axon terminal Glutamate Neocortical stellate and pyramidal cells; TRN neurons; local interneurons
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