126. Golding NL, Robertson D and Oertel D. (1995) Recordings from slices indicate that octopus cells of the cochlear nucleus detect coincident firing of auditory nerve fibers with temporal precision. J Neurosci 15:3138-53.

NeuronCompartmentPropertyConnectivityNotes
Cochlear nucleus octopus cellSomaI h.Inferred in Golding NL et al, 1995 [mice ]126 . The kinetic properties of this current have been studied in mice using voltage clamp with whole-cell patch recordings (Bal R and Oertel D, 2000286 ).
Cochlear nucleus octopus cellSomaGaba.There is no synaptic inhibition in this cell Golding NL et al, 1995 [mice ]126 .
Cochlear nucleus octopus cellDistal equivalent dendriteGaba.There is no synaptic inhibition in this cell Golding NL et al, 1995 [mice ]126
Cochlear nucleus octopus cellMiddle equivalent dendriteGaba.There is no synaptic inhibition in this cell Golding NL et al, 1995 [mice ]126 .
Cochlear nucleus octopus cellProximal equivalent dendriteGaba.There is no synaptic inhibition in this cell Golding NL et al, 1995 [mice ]126 .

References
126. Golding NL, Robertson D and Oertel D. (1995) Recordings from slices indicate that octopus cells of the cochlear nucleus detect coincident firing of auditory nerve fibers with temporal precision. J Neurosci 15:3138-53.
286. Bal R and Oertel D. (2000) Hyperpolarization-activated, mixed-cation current (I(h)) in octopus cells of the mammalian cochlear nucleus. J Neurophysiol 84:806-17 [Journal] .
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