A prominent soma-dendritic distribution of Kv3.3 K+ channels in electrosensory and cerebellar neurons.

@article{Rashid2001APS,
  title={A prominent soma-dendritic distribution of Kv3.3 K+ channels in electrosensory and cerebellar neurons.},
  author={Asim J. Rashid and Robert J. H. Dunn and Ray W. Turner},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={2001},
  volume={441 3},
  pages={234-47}
}
The expression pattern and subcellular distribution of a teleost homologue of the mammalian Kv3.3 potassium channel, AptKv3.3, was examined in the electrosensory lateral line lobe (ELL) and two cerebellar lobes in the hindbrain of the weakly electric gymnotiform Apteronotus leptorhynchus. AptKv3.3 expression was brain specific, with the highest level of expression in the cerebellum and 56% relative expression in the ELL. In situ hybridization revealed that AptKv3.3 mRNA was present in virtually… CONTINUE READING

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