522. Carlin KP, Jones KE, Jiang Z, Jordan LM and Brownstone RM. (2000) Dendritic L-type calcium currents in mouse spinal motoneurons: implications for bistability. Eur J Neurosci 12:1635-46.

NeuronCompartmentPropertyConnectivityNotes
Spinal cord L motor neuron alphaDistal equivalent dendriteI L high threshold.Electrophysiological evidence shows that N-channels and L-channels are present in all dendritic compartments in turtle motoneurons (Hounsgaard J and Kiehn O, 1993 [turtle ]526 ). Immunohistochemical evidence shows that CaV1.3 (an L type channel; see Membrane Properties Resource) is present in soma and all dendritic compartments in turtle motoneurons (Simon M et al, 2003 [turtle ]534 ). The presence of L-channels in all dendritic compartments in mouse motoneurons is supported by electrophysiology and immunehistochemistry (Carlin KP et al, 2000522 ).
Spinal cord L motor neuron alphaMiddle equivalent dendriteI L high threshold.Electrophysiological evidence shows that N-channels and L-channels are present in all dendritic compartments in turtle motoneurons (Hounsgaard J and Kiehn O, 1993 [turtle ]526 ). Immunohistochemical evidence shows that CaV1.3 (an L type channel; see Membrane Properties Resource) is present in soma and all dendritic compartments in turtle motoneurons (Simon M et al, 2003 [turtle ]534 ). The presence of L-channels in all dendritic compartments in mouse motoneurons is supported by electrophysiology and immunehistochemistry (Carlin KP et al, 2000522 ).
Spinal cord L motor neuron alphaProximal equivalent dendriteI L high threshold.Electrophysiological evidence shows that N-channels and L-channels are present in all dendritic compartments in turtle motoneurons (Hounsgaard J and Kiehn O, 1993 [turtle ]526 ). Immunohistochemical evidence shows that CaV1.3 (an L type channel; see Membrane Properties Resource) is present in soma and all dendritic compartments in turtle motoneurons (Simon M et al, 2003 [turtle ]534 ). The presence of L-channels in all dendritic compartments in mouse motoneurons is supported by electrophysiology and immunehistochemistry (Carlin KP et al, 2000522 ).

References
526. Hounsgaard J and Kiehn O. (1993) Calcium spikes and calcium plateaux evoked by differential polarization in dendrites of turtle motoneurones in vitro. J Physiol 468:245-59.
534. Simon M, Perrier JF and Hounsgaard J. (2003) Subcellular distribution of L-type Ca2+ channels responsible for plateau potentials in motoneurons from the lumbar spinal cord of the turtle. Eur J Neurosci 18:258-66.
522. Carlin KP, Jones KE, Jiang Z, Jordan LM and Brownstone RM. (2000) Dendritic L-type calcium currents in mouse spinal motoneurons: implications for bistability. Eur J Neurosci 12:1635-46.
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