Development and modulation of intrinsic membrane properties control the temporal precision of auditory brain stem neurons.

@article{Franzen2015DevelopmentAM,
  title={Development and modulation of intrinsic membrane properties control the temporal precision of auditory brain stem neurons.},
  author={Delwen L. Franzen and Sarah A. Gleiss and Christina Berger and Franziska S. K{\"u}mpfbeck and Julian J. Ammer and Felix Felmy},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={113 2},
  pages={524-36}
}
Passive and active membrane properties determine the voltage responses of neurons. Within the auditory brain stem, refinements in these intrinsic properties during late postnatal development usually generate short integration times and precise action-potential generation. This developmentally acquired temporal precision is crucial for auditory signal processing. How the interactions of these intrinsic properties develop in concert to enable auditory neurons to transfer information with high… CONTINUE READING

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