1. Delgado R, Saavedra MV, Schmachtenberg O, Sierralta J and Bacigalupo J. (2003) Presence of Ca2+-dependent K+ channels in chemosensory cilia support a role in odor transduction. J Neurophysiol 90:2022-8 [Journal] .

NeuronCompartmentPropertyConnectivityNotes
Olfactory receptor GLU cellMiddle equivalent dendriteI 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 (Delgado R et al, 20031 ).
Olfactory receptor GLU cellDistal equivalent dendriteI 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 (Delgado R et al, 20031 ).

Classical References: first publications on each compartmental property; search PubMed for complete list
1.  Delgado R, Saavedra MV, Schmachtenberg O, Sierralta J and Bacigalupo J. (2003) Presence of Ca2+-dependent K+ channels in chemosensory cilia support a role in odor transduction. J Neurophysiol 90:2022-8 [Journal] .