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Article: Adenosine A1 receptors presynaptically modulate excitatory synaptic input onto subiculum neurons.

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Hargus NJ; Bertram EH; Patel MK
Brain Res., 2009

Table 2Adenosine has no effect on membrane properties of subiculum neurons.
ControlAdenosine (10 μM)
RMP (mV)−62.4±0.8−62.5±1.0
Input resistance (MΩ)76.4±1.977.9±0.8
AP threshold (mV)−44.9±0.9−42.8±1.3
AP amplitude (mV)109.6±7.3105.7±7.2
AP U-V (V/s−1)309.8±10.1307.9±12.2
AP width (ms)0.86±0.030.84±0.04
Membrane properties of subiculum neurons under control (n=8) and following 2 min application of adenosine (10 μM; n=8) are shown. RMP, resting membrane potential; AP threshold, action potential threshold; AP amplitude, action potential amplitude; AP U-V, action potential upstroke velocity; AP width, action potential width. Values represent means±S.E.M.

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Neuron Type Neuron Description Ephys Prop Extracted Value Standardized Value Content Source
Subiculum pyramidal cell spike threshold (mV) -44.9 ± 0.9 (8) -44.9 (mV) Data Table
Subiculum pyramidal cell spike amplitude (mV) 109.6 ± 7.3 (8) 109.6 (mV) Data Table
Subiculum pyramidal cell spike max rise slope 309.8 ± 10.1 (8) 309.8 (mV/ms) Data Table
Subiculum pyramidal cell spike half-width (ms) 0.86 ± 0.03 (8) 0.86 (ms) Data Table
Subiculum pyramidal cell resting membrane potential (mV) -62.4 ± 0.8 (8) -62.4 (mV) Data Table
Subiculum pyramidal cell input resistance (MΩ) 76.4 ± 1.9 (8) 76.4 (MΩ) Data Table