Calcium channel and calcium pump involved in oscillatory hyperpolarizing responses of L-strain mouse fibroblasts.

1. In fibroblastic L cells, spontaneously repeated hyperpolarizing responses (oscillation of membrane potential) and hyperpolarizing responses evoked by electrical stimuli were suppressed by the external application of a K(+) channel blocker, nonyltriethylammonium (C(9)). This hydrophobic TEA-analogue also inhibited the hyperpolarization induced by… CONTINUE READING