Properties and role of I(h) in the pacing of subthreshold oscillations in entorhinal cortex layer II neurons.

@article{Dickson2000PropertiesAR,
  title={Properties and role of I(h) in the pacing of subthreshold oscillations in entorhinal cortex layer II neurons.},
  author={Clayton T. Dickson and Jacopo Magistretti and Mark H Shalinsky and Erik Frans{\'e}n and Michael E. Hasselmo and Angel Garc{\'i}a Alonso},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={83 5},
  pages={2562-79}
}
Various subsets of brain neurons express a hyperpolarization-activated inward current (I(h)) that has been shown to be instrumental in pacing oscillatory activity at both a single-cell and a network level. A characteristic feature of the stellate cells (SCs) of entorhinal cortex (EC) layer II, those neurons giving rise to the main component of the perforant… CONTINUE READING