Analysis of distinct short and prolonged components in rebound spiking of deep cerebellar nucleus neurons.

@article{Sangrey2010AnalysisOD,
  title={Analysis of distinct short and prolonged components in rebound spiking of deep cerebellar nucleus neurons.},
  author={Thomas Sangrey and Dieter Jaeger},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={32 10},
  pages={1646-57}
}
Deep cerebellar nucleus (DCN) neurons show pronounced post-hyperpolarization rebound burst behavior, which may contribute significantly to responses to strong inhibitory inputs from cerebellar cortical Purkinje cells. Thus, rebound behavior could importantly shape the output from the cerebellum. We used whole-cell recordings in brain slices to characterize DCN rebound properties and their dependence on hyperpolarization duration and depth. We found that DCN rebounds showed distinct fast and… CONTINUE READING
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