298. Raman IM and Bean BP. (2001) Inactivation and recovery of sodium currents in cerebellar Purkinje neurons: evidence for two mechanisms. Biophys J 80:729-37.

NeuronCompartmentPropertyConnectivityNotes
Cerebellum Purkinje cellSomaI Na,t.Sensitive to TTX. This generates the impulses that propagate into the axon (Llinas R and Sugimori M, 1980 [guinea pig ]86 ). Simultaneous whole-cell recordings, made from the soma and dendrites rat brain slices, showed that AP evoked by either current pulses or synaptic stimulation of parallel or climbing fibers, always occurred first at the soma and decreased in amplitude with increasing distance into the dendrites. Simultaneous somatic and axonal recordings showed that these action potentials were initiated in the axon (Stuart G and Hausser M, 1994290 ). The kinetics properties of this current were studied using whole-cell recording from dissociated neurons. Unlike other cells, recovery from inactivation was accompanied by a sizeable ionic current. It was suggested that the current flowing during this recovery may depolarize the cells immediately after an AP, promoting the typical high-frequency firing of these neurons (complex spike) (Raman IM and Bean BP, 2001298 ). NaV1.1 is present in the soma and proximal dendrites, NaV1.6 is robustly present in cell bodies and dendrites, and NaV1.7 is absent from the cell (Ahn HS et al, 2011571 >572<>573<).
Cerebellum Purkinje cellAxon hillockI Na,t.Simultaneous whole-cell recordings, made from the soma and dendrites rat brain slices, showed that AP evoked by either current pulses or synaptic stimulation of parallel or climbing fibers, always occurred first at the soma and decreased in amplitude with increasing distance into the dendrites. Simultaneous somatic and axonal recordings showed that these action potentials were initiated in the axon (Stuart G and Hausser M, 1994290 ). The kinetics properties of this current were studied using whole-cell recording from dissociated neurons. Unlike other cells, recovery from inactivation was accompanied by a sizeable ionic current. It was suggested that the current flowing during this recovery may depolarize the cells immediately after an AP, promoting the typical high-frequency firing of these neurons (complex spike) (Raman IM and Bean BP, 2001298 ).

References
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290. Stuart G and Hausser M. (1994) Initiation and spread of sodium action potentials in cerebellar Purkinje cells. Neuron 13:703-12.
298. Raman IM and Bean BP. (2001) Inactivation and recovery of sodium currents in cerebellar Purkinje neurons: evidence for two mechanisms. Biophys J 80:729-37.
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