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The effect of 24 hrs. water deprivation on spontaneous and evoked transmitter release was studied at flexor nerve terminals of control and lead-treated male C57BL mice. Miniature endplate potentials (MEPPs) and endplate potentials (EPPs) were recorded intracellularly from urethane-anesthetized (2 mg/g, i.p.) control and lead exposed mice in both hydrated(More)
The effect of increasing extracellular calcium concentration on spontaneous transmitter release was studied at both soleus (slow) and fast extensor digitorum longus (EDL) nerve terminals of control and streptozotocin-induced diabetic (STZ-D) young C57 BL mice (7 months old) depolarized by high (20 mM) extracellular potassium [K]o. Diabetes was induced by(More)
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