Organelle calcium-derived voltage oscillations in pacemaker neurons drive the motor program for food-seeking behavior in Aplysia

Alexis Bédécarrats, Laura Puygrenier, John Castro O'Byrne, Quentin Lade, John Simmers & Romuald Nargeot
An atypical neuronal pacemaker mechanism, based on rhythmic intracellular calcium store release in an identified pair of interneurons (B63) and resulting oscillation of the neurons’ membrane potential, acts as an autonomous releaser for the irregular occurrences of the motor program for food-seeking behavior in Aplysia. The rhythmic variations of the membrane potential in B63 neurons were analyzed by Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) analysis in a cycle period bandwidth of 512 s to 8 s. The...
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