Activity-dependent compartmentalized regulation of dendritic Ca2+ signaling in hippocampal interneurons.

@article{Topolnik2009ActivitydependentCR,
  title={Activity-dependent compartmentalized regulation of dendritic Ca2+ signaling in hippocampal interneurons.},
  author={Lisa Topolnik and Simon Chamberland and Jean Francois Pelletier and Israeli Ran and Jean-Claude Lacaille},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2009},
  volume={29 14},
  pages={
          4658-63
        }
}
Activity-dependent regulation of synaptic inputs in neurons is controlled by highly compartmentalized and dynamic dendritic calcium signaling. Among multiple Ca(2+) mechanisms operating in neuronal dendrites, voltage-sensitive Ca(2+) channels (VSCCs) represent a major source of Ca(2+) influx; however, their use-dependent implication, regulation, and function in different types of central neurons remain widely unknown. Using two-photon microscopy to probe Ca(2+) signaling in dendrites of… CONTINUE READING
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