590. Baranauskas G, Tkatch T and Surmeier DJ. (1999) Delayed rectifier currents in rat globus pallidus neurons are attributable to Kv2.1 and Kv3.1/3.2 K(+) channels. J Neurosci 19:6394-404.

NeuronCompartmentPropertyConnectivityNotes
Globus pallidus principal cellSomaI A.“Two types of A-like current were observed in GP neurons: a high-threshold, TEA-sensitive current attributable to Kv3.4 channels and a low-threshold, TEA-insensitive current attributable to Kv4 family channels.” Baranauskas G et al, 1999590
Globus pallidus principal cellProximal equivalent dendriteI A, slow."These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons." Baranauskas G et al, 1999590
Globus pallidus principal cellMiddle equivalent dendriteI A, slow."These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons." Baranauskas G et al, 1999590
Globus pallidus principal cellDistal equivalent dendriteI A, slow."These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons." Baranauskas G et al, 1999590
Globus pallidus principal cellAxon fiberI A, slow."These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons." Baranauskas G et al, 1999590
Globus pallidus principal cellAxon hillockI A, slow."These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons." Baranauskas G et al, 1999590
Globus pallidus principal cellAxon terminalI A, slow."These factors all point to Kv2 family channels as being responsible for the slowly deactivating, slowly inactivating delayed rectifier in GP neurons." Baranauskas G et al, 1999590

References
590. Baranauskas G, Tkatch T and Surmeier DJ. (1999) Delayed rectifier currents in rat globus pallidus neurons are attributable to Kv2.1 and Kv3.1/3.2 K(+) channels. J Neurosci 19:6394-404.
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