Calcium-activated chloride channels in the apical region of mouse vomeronasal sensory neurons


The rodent vomeronasal organ plays a crucial role in several social behaviors. Detection of pheromones or other emitted signaling molecules occurs in the dendritic microvilli of vomeronasal sensory neurons, where the binding of molecules to vomeronasal receptors leads to the influx of sodium and calcium ions mainly through the transient receptor potential… (More)
DOI: 10.1085/jgp.201210780


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