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Release of stored calcium ions during activation of ryanodine receptors with ryanodine or caffeine elevates the mean amplitude of spontaneous miniature end-plate potentials. Blockade of these receptors with selective antagonists abolishes this effect. Preliminary loading of the motor nerve terminals with intracellular calcium buffer EGTA-AM, but not with… (More)
Loading of mouse motor nerve terminals with EGTA-AM, but not with BAPTA-AM, inhibited the release of the neurotransmitter in response to stimulation of the nerve with rare (0.3 Hz) "single" pulses. During rhythmic stimulation with short (50 EPP) high-frequency (20 Hz) series, BAPTA-AM buffer modified burst pattern in a dose-dependent manner: it replaced the… (More)