A Ca2+-activated Whole-Cell Cl− Conductance In Human Placental Cytotrophoblast Cells Activated Via a G Protein

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Whole-cell patch clamp experiments were performed on cultured human cytotrophoblast cells incubated for 24–48 hr after their isolation from term placentas. Cl−-selective currents were examined using K+-free solutions. Under nonstimulated conditions, most cells initially expressed only small background leak currents. However, inclusion of 0.2 mm GTPγS in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002329900064

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@article{Kibble1996ACW, title={A Ca2+-activated Whole-Cell Cl− Conductance In Human Placental Cytotrophoblast Cells Activated Via a G Protein}, author={Jonathan D. Kibble and S. Greenwood and L. H. Clarson and C. P. Sibley}, journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology}, year={1996}, volume={151}, pages={131-138} }