Spinal cord ventral horn interneuron V2
Electrophysiological properties of Spinal cord ventral horn interneuron V2s from literature:
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- Legend: Blue dots = text-mined values human curated; Orange dots = text-mined values not human curated
Articles with extracted electrophysiology properties:
Electrophysiological characterization of V2a interneurons and their locomotor-related activity in the neonatal mouse spinal cord.
||Zhong G; Droho S; Crone SA; Dietz S; Kwan AC; Webb WW; Sharma K; Harris-Warrick RM
Firing and cellular properties of V2a interneurons in the rodent spinal cord.
||Dougherty KJ; Kiehn O
A comparison of serotonin neuromodulation of mouse spinal V2a interneurons using perforated patch and whole cell recording techniques.
||Dietz S; Husch A; Harris-Warrick RM
||Front Cell Neurosci
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