Acetylcholine increases voltage-activated Ca2+ current in freshly dissociated smooth muscle cells.


The regulation of voltage-activated Ca2+ current by acetylcholine was studied in single freshly dissociated smooth muscle cells from the stomach of the toad Bufo marinus by using the tight-seal whole-cell recording technique. Ca2+ currents were elicited by positive-going command pulses from a holding level near -80 mV in the presence of internal Cs+ to… (More)


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