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Article: Ionic mechanism of electroresponsiveness in cerebellar granule cells implicates the action of a persistent sodium current.

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D'Angelo E; De Filippi G; Rossi P; Taglietti V
J. Neurophysiol., 1998

Inferred neuron-electrophysiology data values

Neuron Type Neuron Description Ephys Prop Extracted Value Standardized Value Content Source
Cerebellum granule cell AHP voltage -53.6 ± 5.4 (8) -53.6 (mV) Data Table
Cerebellum granule cell AHP voltage -55.0 ± 4.6 (10) -55.0 (mV) Data Table
Cerebellum granule cell spike half-width 0.79 ± 0.16 (10) 0.79 (ms) Data Table
Cerebellum granule cell spike half-width 0.92 ± 0.29 (8) 0.92 (ms) Data Table
Cerebellum granule cell spike max decay slope -94.5 ± 33.9 (10) 94.5 (mV/ms) Data Table
Cerebellum granule cell spike max decay slope -88.8 ± 29.9 (8) 88.8 (mV/ms) Data Table
Cerebellum granule cell spike max rise slope 151.1 ± 54.6 (10) 151.1 (mV/ms) Data Table
Cerebellum granule cell spike max rise slope 155.3 ± 27.9 (8) 155.3 (mV/ms) Data Table
Cerebellum granule cell spike peak 9.8 ± 11.0 (10) 9.8 (mV) Data Table
Cerebellum granule cell spike peak 11.6 ± 8.5 (8) 11.6 (mV) Data Table

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Experimental condition Value
Species Rats
ElectrodeType Patch-clamp
PrepType in vitro
Strain Wistar
AnimalAge 21.0 - 26.0
RecTemp 30.0
JxnPotential Not corrected
InternalSolution 5.0
internal_1_pH 7.2
internal_1_Mg 1.0
internal_1_Ca 0.02
internal_1_Na 4.0
internal_1_Cl 8.04
internal_2_pH 7.2
internal_2_Na 8.0
internal_2_Cl 8.0
internal_2_K 160.0
ExternalSolution 5.0
JxnOffset 5.0
internal_0_pH 7.2
internal_0_Mg 1.0
internal_0_Na 4.0
internal_0_K 130.0
internal_0_ATP 3.0
internal_0_HEPES 5.0
internal_0_Cl 8.04
internal_0_Ca 0.02
internal_0_glucose 15.0
external_0_Mg 1.2
external_0_Na 146.0
external_0_K 3.2
external_0_Cl 126.0
external_0_Ca 2.0
external_0_glucose 11.0
external_0_BIC 10.0

Data table listing

Data Table Article Title Authors Journal Year Table needs expert? Ephys table mentions Curated by Times validated
1290 Ionic mechanism of electroresponsiveness in cerebellar granule cells implicates the action of a persistent sodium current. D'Angelo E; De Filippi G; Rossi P; Taglietti V J. Neurophysiol. 1998 False 5 Shreejoy Tripathy, Brenna Li, Ryan Sefidpour, 4
1291 Ionic mechanism of electroresponsiveness in cerebellar granule cells implicates the action of a persistent sodium current. D'Angelo E; De Filippi G; Rossi P; Taglietti V J. Neurophysiol. 1998 False 2 0