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Synaptic heterogeneity between mouse paracapsular intercalated neurons of the amygdala
Article first published online: 14 NOV 2007
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The Journal of Physiology
Volume 585, Issue 1, pages 117–134, November 2007
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Geracitano, R., Kaufmann, W. A., Szabo, G., Ferraguti, F. and Capogna, M. (2007), Synaptic heterogeneity between mouse paracapsular intercalated neurons of the amygdala. The Journal of Physiology, 585: 117–134. doi: 10.1113/jphysiol.2007.142570
- Issue published online: 14 NOV 2007
- Article first published online: 14 NOV 2007
- (Received 6 August 2007; accepted after revision 1 October 2007; first published online 4 October 2007)
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Supplemental figure 1. Effects of low concentration of adrenaline on a pre-inspiratory neuron activity in wild-type mice. A, Membrane potential trajectory of a pre-inspiratory neuron in a postnatal day 0 wild-type mouse in control solution (without adrenaline). B, Activity in the presence of 0.2 μM adrenaline. Note the more regular pre-inspiratory neuron burst pattern and C4 activity in B. Vm, membrane potential trajectory; C4, C4 inspiratory activity.
Supplemental figure 2. Respiration-related nerve activity in wild-type mice. A, Facial nerve, C4 and L1 activities in an embryonic day 18.5 wild-type mouse in control solution (without adrenaline). A', Faster sweep representation of nerve activity at the black bar in A. B, Averaged nerve activity triggered by C4 (10 cycles). Note that the respiration-related nerve activity is irregular, and the pre-inspiratory activity in the facial nerve and L1 recordings is not clear. VII, facial nerve activity; C4, C4 inspiratory activity; L1, first lumbar ventral root activity.
Supplemental movie 1. Optical recording of inspiratory neuron activity in the ventral medulla of Atp1a2−/− mice in Fig. 6A. Results are the average of 40 respiratory cycles triggered by C4 inspiratory activity.
Supplemental movie 2. Optical recording of non-inspiratory burst neuron activity in the ventral medulla of Atp1a2−/− mice in Fig. 6B. Results are the average of 30 bursts triggered by an initial spike of unit discharge recorded extracellularly with a glass electrode.
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