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Olfactory receptor GLU cell
GM Shepherd
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 Neuronal Receptors (4)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment Receptor Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite Olfactory Receptors
Odor molecules Mouse Olfactory Receptors
Human Olfactory Receptors
2 Yes Soma Dopaminergic Receptor Dopamine modulates Ih in cultured rat olfactory receptor neurons
3 Yes Soma Dopaminergic Receptor Perforated whole-cell voltage-clamp recordings showed that dopamine modulates the L-type Ca2+ channels in rat olfactory receptor neurons via a voltage-independent mechanism
4 Yes Axon terminal GabaB GABAB receptors act presinaptically to regulate the release of glutamate from olfactory nerve terminal
 Neuronal Currents (17)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment Current Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite I K,Ca Single-channel recordings from inside-out membrane patches excised from toad chemosensory cilia showed the presence of 4 different types of KCa channels, with unitary conductances of 210, 60, 12, and 29 and 60 pS, high K+-selectivity, and Ca2+ sensitivities in the low micromolar range
2 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite I K,Ca Single-channel recordings from inside-out membrane patches excised from toad chemosensory cilia showed the presence of 4 different types of KCa channels, with unitary conductances of 210, 60, 12, and 29 and 60 pS, high K+-selectivity, and Ca2+ sensitivities in the low micromolar range
3 Yes Soma I h Modulation of this current by dopamine was studied using standard patch-clamp techniques.
4 Soma I T low threshold Mechanisms underlying suppression of this current by odorants were investigated in newt ORNs using the whole-cell version of the patch-clamp technique
5 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite I Cl,Ca and inside-out membrane patches
6 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite I CNG The basal conductance of unstimulated frog ORN was investigated using whole-cell and perforated-patch recording. It was found that under physiological conditions, gating of CNG channels contributes approximately 0.06 nS to the resting neuronal conductance
7 Yes Axon hillock I Na,t TTX-sensitive
8 Yes Axon hillock I K
9 Yes Axon fiber I Na,t
10 Yes Soma I L high threshold Mechanisms underlying suppression of this current by odorants were investigated in newt ORNs using the whole-cell version of the patch-clamp technique
11 Yes Soma I Na,t TTX-resistant
12 Yes Soma I K,Ca
13 Yes Soma I CNG
14 Yes Soma I K Effects of odorants on this current in newt ORNs were investigated using whole-cell patch-clamp
15 Yes Soma I A
16 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite I CNG The basal conductance of unstimulated frog ORN was investigated using whole-cell and perforated-patch recording. It was found that under physiological conditions, gating of CNG channels contributes approximately 0.06 nS to the resting neuronal conductance
17 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite I Cl,Ca and inside-out membrane patches
 Neuronal Transmitters (1)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment transmitter Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Axon terminal Glutamate Intracellular recordings: CNQX blocks early component of EPSP response to olfactory nerve volley
Other categories referring to Olfactory receptor GLU cell
Computational model.Model Neurons   (17)
Interneurons Connectivity.Principal Neurons   (1)
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Last Time: 6/19/2019 12:29:12 PM
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