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To filter the neurons in your list of results, select from the mouse line, the cortical layer (1, 2/3, 4, 5, 6), and the Cell Reporter (Positive or Negative). By default

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, only a subset of these cells are listed; however, you can alter the subset of cells represented by clicking on the "More Options+" link and selecting from categories that include "Hemisphere", "Dendrite Type", "Apical Dendrite", "Morphology", and "Models".
The #Cell Location viewer is integrated with the Parallel Coordinate Plot and the Cell Summaries list of experimental results, and enablesby the electrophysiological or morphological features. Features to sort and color by include: Upstroke:Downstroke, Adaptation, Rheobase, Membrane Time Constant (Tau), Firing Rate, Input Resistance, Normalized Cortical Depth, Max Distance and Number of Stems.

Clicking "Reset Filters" will return the settings to the default parameters.

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Mouse Lines

Whole-cell current clamp recordings were made from cells expressing the fluorescent molecule tdTomato (Reporter Positive) or from nearby non-fluorescent (Reporter Negative) cells. Fluorescent cells were Cre-positive cells from one of the transgenic lines described below. Whole-brain transgenic characterization of each Cre-line is available from the links below. To select a specific mouse line(s), click on the row(s) understanding that the layer refers to the selectivity of the fluorescence and "Type" refers to the putative Excitatory or Inhibitory cell type.

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