Thorsten Haasler

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In vestibular hair cells, K+ currents induced by rises in hydrostatic pressure have recently been demonstrated. These currents are inhibited by charybdotoxin, a blocker of Ca2+-dependent K+ channels.(More)
Vestibular vertigo may be induced by increases in the endolymphatic pressure that activate pressure-dependent K+ currents (IK,p) in vestibular hair cells. IK,p have been demonstrated to modulate(More)
Vestibular type II hair cells respond to increases in the hydrostatic pressure with pressure-dependent K+ currents. We examined whether such currents may modulate transmitter release (assessed as(More)
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