Dendritic sodium spikelets and low-threshold calcium spikes in turtle olfactory bulb granule cells.

@article{Pinato2005DendriticSS,
  title={Dendritic sodium spikelets and low-threshold calcium spikes in turtle olfactory bulb granule cells.},
  author={Giulietta Pinato and Jens Midtgaard},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={93 3},
  pages={1285-94}
}
Active dendritic membrane properties were investigated by whole cell recordings from adult turtle olfactory bulb granule cells. The laminar structure of the olfactory bulb allowed differential polarization of the distal apical dendrites versus the somatic part of the cells by an external electric field. Dendritic depolarization evoked small (approximately 10 mV) all-or-none depolarizing events of approximately 10-ms duration. These spikelets often occurred in bursts at high frequency (< or… CONTINUE READING

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