Dendrites2

Dendrites2 - Lund&Yoshioko(1991 What does a(pyramidal...

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Lund & Yoshioko (1991)
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What does a (pyramidal) neuron do? Layer 5 pyramidal cell (Lubke et al. 1996) = ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
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Dendrites are Hard to Record From Recording from 3 places in the  main trunk and soma means  you’re really  macho   No one can record from these  thin branches yet (and most  of the synapses are here)
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What does a pyramidal neuron do? Layer 5 pyramidal cell (Lubke et al. 1996) = ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
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The point neuron: the historical favorite
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What does a pyramidal neuron do? Layer 5 pyramidal cell (Lubke et al. 1996) = The point neuron  hypothesis Excitation Inhibition
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Cable properties of dendrites
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Asymmetric voltage attenuation
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Site of current injection soma I
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Copyright ©2009 Society for Neuroscience Bathellier, B. et al. J. Neurosci. 2009;29:12641-12652 Figure 1. Dendritic architecture of piriform cortex excitatory neurons
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Copyright ©2009 Society for Neuroscience Bathellier, B. et al. J. Neurosci. 2009;29:12641-12652 Figure 2. Steady-state properties of passive electrical conduction
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Copyright ©2009 Society for Neuroscience Bathellier, B. et al. J. Neurosci. 2009;29:12641-12652 Figure 3. Passive conduction of synaptic transients
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