Sylvie Quinteiro-Blondin

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Sustained depolarization of the Xenopus oocyte membrane elicits a slowly activating Na+ current, thought to be due to the opening of sodium selective channels. These channels are induced to become voltage gated by the depolarization. They show unconventional gating properties and are insensitive to tetrodotoxin (TTX). The present study was undertaken to(More)
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