Calcium currents in acutely isolated stellate and pyramidal neurons of rat entorhinal cortex.

@article{Bruehl1999CalciumCI,
  title={Calcium currents in acutely isolated stellate and pyramidal neurons of rat entorhinal cortex.},
  author={Claus Bruehl and W. J. Wadman},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={1999},
  volume={816 2},
  pages={554-62}
}
Calcium currents were studied in morphologically identified pyramidal and stellate neurons acutely isolated from layer II/III of rat entorhinal cortex, using the whole-cell patch-clamp configuration. The peak amplitude of high-voltage activated current (HVA) measured at +10 mV was not different in both neuron populations with 0.94+/-0.08 nA for pyramidal and 1.03+/-0.08 nA for stellate cells. Stellate neurons had a larger capacitance (14.4+/-1. 1 pF) than pyramidal neurons (9.6+/-0.8 pF… CONTINUE READING

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