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Cerebellum granule cell (Definition)

Electrophysiological properties of Cerebellum granule cells from literature:

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Articles with extracted electrophysiology properties:

Article Title Authors Journal Year Electrophys values Neuron types
Ionic mechanism of electroresponsiveness in cerebellar granule cells implicates the action of a persistent sodium current. (NeuroElectro data) (PubMed) D'Angelo E; De Filippi G; Rossi P; Taglietti V J. Neurophysiol. 1998 10 1
Persistent Nav1.6 current at axon initial segments tunes spike timing of cerebellar granule cells. (NeuroElectro data) (PubMed) Osorio N; Cathala L; Meisler MH; Crest M; Magistretti J; Delmas P J. Physiol. (Lond.) 2010 7 1
Fibroblast growth factor homologous factors control neuronal excitability through modulation of voltage-gated sodium channels. (NeuroElectro data) (PubMed) Goldfarb M; Schoorlemmer J; Williams A; Diwakar S; Wang Q; Huang X; Giza J; Tchetchik D; Kelley K; Vega A; Matthews G; Rossi P; Ornitz DM; D'Angelo E Neuron 2007 6 1
Adaptive regulation of neuronal excitability by a voltage-independent potassium conductance. (NeuroElectro data) (PubMed) Brickley SG; Revilla V; Cull-Candy SG; Wisden W; Farrant M Nature 2001 9 1
Altered neuron excitability and synaptic plasticity in the cerebellar granular layer of juvenile prion protein knock-out mice with impaired motor control. (NeuroElectro data) (PubMed) Prestori F; Rossi P; Bearzatto B; Lainé J; Necchi D; Diwakar S; Schiffmann SN; Axelrad H; D'Angelo E J. Neurosci. 2008 8 1
Properties of somatosensory synaptic integration in cerebellar granule cells in vivo. (NeuroElectro data) (PubMed) Jörntell H; Ekerot CF J. Neurosci. 2006 2 1
Altered neuronal excitability in cerebellar granule cells of mice lacking calretinin. (NeuroElectro data) (PubMed) Gall D; Roussel C; Susa I; D'Angelo E; Rossi P; Bearzatto B; Galas MC; Blum D; Schurmans S; Schiffmann SN J. Neurosci. 2003 3 1
Maturation of EPSCs and intrinsic membrane properties enhances precision at a cerebellar synapse. (NeuroElectro data) (PubMed) Cathala L; Brickley S; Cull-Candy S; Farrant M J. Neurosci. 2003 10 1
Impaired cerebellar long-term potentiation in type I adenylyl cyclase mutant mice. (NeuroElectro data) (PubMed) Storm DR; Hansel C; Hacker B; Parent A; Linden DJ Neuron 1998 4 2
Increased excitability and altered action potential waveform in cerebellar granule neurons of the Ts65Dn mouse model of Down syndrome. (NeuroElectro data) (PubMed) Usowicz MM; Garden CL Brain Res. 2012 9 1
Dendritic patch-clamp recordings from cerebellar granule cells demonstrate electrotonic compactness. (NeuroElectro data) (PubMed) Delvendahl I; Straub I; Hallermann S Front Cell Neurosci 2015 3 1

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