[Calcium transport in brain synaptosomes during depolarization. The role of potential-dependent channels and Na+/Ca2+ metabolism].

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The contribution of Ca2+ channels and Na+/Ca2+ exchange to Ca2+ uptake in rat brain synaptosomes upon long- (t greater than or equal to 30 s) and short-term (t less than 30 s) depolarization by high K+ was studied by measuring the 45Ca content and free Ca2+ concentration (from Quin-2 fluorescence). At 37 degrees C, the system responsible for the K… (More)

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@article{Konev1989CalciumTI, title={[Calcium transport in brain synaptosomes during depolarization. The role of potential-dependent channels and Na+/Ca2+ metabolism].}, author={Sergei V. Konev and Sergei L Aksentsev and I. M. Okun' and N V Merezhinskaia and Aliaksandra Rakovich and Sergei N. Orlov and Nikolai I. Pokudin and Gennadi M. Kravtsov and Boris I. Khodorov}, journal={Biokhimiia}, year={1989}, volume={54 7}, pages={1150-62} }