Asymmetry currents and admittance in squid axons.

The complex admittance of squid (Loligo pealei) axon was measured rapidly (within 1 s) with pseudo-random small signals and discrete Fourier transform techniques under guarded, "space-clamp" conditions and during suppression of ion conduction. Asymmetry currents were measured by paired step clam pulses of +/-70 mV from a holding potential of -97 mV and gave… (More)