A Voltage- and Activity-dependent Chloride Conductance Controls the Resting Status of the Intact Rat Sympathetic Neuron

Abstract

Remarkable activity-dependence was uncovered in the chloride conductance that operates in the subthreshold region of membrane potential, by using the twomicroelectrode voltage-clamp technique in the mature and intact rat sympathetic neuron. Both direct and synaptic neuron tetanization (15 Hz, 10 s duration to saturate the response) resulted in a long… (More)

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