There are "not millions, not a few hundred...somewhere in between (some tens of thousands)" of ion channels in a neuron.
Given the number of ion channels per neuron, knowing the half-life of ion channels allows to calculate the production rate of ion channels, and vice versa.
I am looking for estimates of tpyical half-lifes of ion channels, somehow like this: "not years, not seconds... somewhere in between" but with better upper and lower bounds: months, weeks, .... minutes, hours.
Alternatively: estimates of production rates: "not thousands per second, not one per second ... somewhere in between".
[I know, that all numbers - number of ion channels, production rates, effective half-lifes - can change over time for a given neuron - this may have to do with long-term potentation. So I am talking about neurons in steady-state over a period in which no long-term potentation takes place. But I guess this won't change the rough estimates I asked for too much.]