Channel 150024-CalConc

General data

Metadata classes

  • Animal Model: rat
  • Brain Area: cerebellum, distal cerebellar nucleus (DCN)
  • Neuron Region: soma, dendrites
  • Subtype: active flux

Metadata generic

  • Age: P75-90
  • Authors: J Luthman, V Steuber
  • Comments: Intracellular calcium concentration from the calva channel in deep cerebellar nucleus (dcn) neuron. This mechanism keeps track of intracellular calcium entering through the calva channel, with the sole purpose of setting the conductance of the channel which uses the ghk equation to calculate current flow. The mechanism is a copy of the caconc.mod and thus uses the same method of tracking ca concentration merely in a hypothetical shell below the membrane of the cell. Channel kinetics came from previous models in steuber et al. (2011) (genesis) and luthman et al. (2011) (neuron). This mod file was taken from luthman et al. (2011), model no. 144523, with no changes (identical mod file). Animal model comes from experiments in this paper. Morphology used is from rat (p14-17) in steuber et al. (2004), and channel kinetics come from previous studies (luthman et al. 2011, steuber et al. 2011) also on dcn neurons in rat (p13-19)
  • Temperature: No temperature dependence.

Current Response Traces

No traces available for this channel.