Dynamic firing properties of type I spiral ganglion neurons

@article{Davis2014DynamicFP,
  title={Dynamic firing properties of type I spiral ganglion neurons},
  author={Robin L. Davis and Robert A. Crozier},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={361},
  pages={115-127}
}
Spiral ganglion neurons, the first neural element in the auditory system, possess complex intrinsic properties, possibly required to process frequency-specific sensory input that is integrated with extensive efferent regulation. Together with their tonotopically-graded sizes, the somata of these neurons reveal a sophisticated electrophysiological profile. Type I neurons, which make up ~95 % of the ganglion, have myriad voltage-gated ion channels that not only vary along the frequency contour of… CONTINUE READING

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