565. Nai Q, Dong HW, Linster C and Ennis M. (2010) Activation of alpha1 and alpha2 noradrenergic receptors exert opposing effects on excitability of main olfactory bulb granule cells. Neuroscience 169:882-92.

NeuronCompartmentPropertyConnectivityNotes
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule MC cellSomaAlpha1from Locus coeruleusHigh concentration of NE acts at Alpha1 receptors to increase GC excitability and increase GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 ).
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule MC cellDistal equivalent dendriteAlpha1.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha1 receptors to increase GC excitability and increase GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 )
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule MC cellProximal equivalent dendriteAlpha1from locus coeruleusHigh concentration of NE acts at Alpha1 receptors to increase GC excitability and increase GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 ).
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule MC cellSomaAlpha2from locus coeruleusHigh concentration of NE acts at Alpha2 receptors to decrease GC excitability and decrease GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 )
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule MC cellDistal equivalent dendriteAlpha2.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha2 receptors to decrease GC excitability and decrease GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 )
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule MC cellMiddle equivalent dendriteAlpha2.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha2 receptors to decrease GC excitability and decrease GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 ).
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule MC cellProximal equivalent dendriteAlpha2.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha2 receptors to decrease GC excitability and decrease GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 ).
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule MC cellMiddle equivalent dendriteAlpha1.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha1 receptors to increase GC excitability and increase GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 ).
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule TC cellDistal equivalent dendriteAlpha1.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha1 receptors to increase GC excitability and increase GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 )
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule TC cellProximal equivalent dendriteAlpha1.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha1 receptors to increase GC excitability and increase GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 )
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule TC cellSomaAlpha2.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha2 receptors to decrease GC excitability and decrease GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 )
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule TC cellDistal equivalent dendriteAlpha2.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha2 receptors to decrease GC excitability and decrease GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 )
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule TC cellMiddle equivalent dendriteAlpha2.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha2 receptors to decrease GC excitability and decrease GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 )
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule TC cellProximal equivalent dendriteAlpha2.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha2 receptors to decrease GC excitability and decrease GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 )
Olfactory bulb main interneuron granule TC cellMiddle equivalent dendriteAlpha1.High concentration of NE acts at Alpha1 receptors to increase GC excitability and increase GABAergic inhibition inhibition of MC (Nai Q et al, 2010 [Rat ]565 ).

References
565. Nai Q, Dong HW, Linster C and Ennis M. (2010) Activation of alpha1 and alpha2 noradrenergic receptors exert opposing effects on excitability of main olfactory bulb granule cells. Neuroscience 169:882-92.
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