Innervation of burst firing spiny interneurons by pyramidal cells in deep layers of rat somatomotor cortex: paired intracellular recordings with biocytin filling.

@article{Deuchars1995InnervationOB,
  title={Innervation of burst firing spiny interneurons by pyramidal cells in deep layers of rat somatomotor cortex: paired intracellular recordings with biocytin filling.},
  author={Jim Deuchars and Alex M. Thomson},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={1995},
  volume={69 3},
  pages={739-55}
}
Intracellular recordings were obtained from a class of neuron defined electrophysiologically as burst firing interneurons in layers V and VI in slices of adult rat somatomotor cortex. Four of these cells were recovered histologically. These four cells had resting membrane potentials between -68 and -80 mV, a mean input resistance of 77 +/- 16.2 M omega (measured from the voltage deflection produced by a 100 ms, 0.5 nA hyperpolarizing pulse delivered from a membrane potential of -80 mV) and… CONTINUE READING

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