Activation of Ih and TTX-sensitive sodium current at subthreshold voltages during CA1 pyramidal neuron firing.

Abstract

We used dynamic clamp and action potential clamp techniques to explore how currents carried by tetrodotoxin-sensitive sodium channels and HCN channels (Ih) regulate the behavior of CA1 pyramidal neurons at resting and subthreshold voltages. Recording from rat CA1 pyramidal neurons in hippocampal slices, we found that the apparent input resistance and… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/jn.00489.2015

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@article{YamadaHanff2015ActivationOI, title={Activation of Ih and TTX-sensitive sodium current at subthreshold voltages during CA1 pyramidal neuron firing.}, author={Jason Yamada-Hanff and Bruce P. Bean}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={2015}, volume={114 4}, pages={2376-89} }