There are lots of visual maps of the brain as a whole, especially the cortex, that show the distribution of "features" over a two-dimensional map, e.g. the Brodman areas (their morphology and their functions), or the cortical homunculi.
What I would like to literally see - on a quite different level of resolution - are density distributions of some "items" over the membrane of some prototypical neurons, especially:
- excitatory synapses
- inhibitory synapses (mainly on the soma?)
- vesicles (not in, but near the membrane)
- receptors (not only at and near synapses?)
- the different ion channels
- electrical synapses
- sodium–potassium pumps
So my question is for instructive graphical displays of such distributions, may it be in an article, on a website, or in a book.
(I assume that none of the items above is distributed evenly. But maybe some are on a specific type of neuron?)