Calcium-dependent chloride currents elicited by injection of ethanol into Xenopus oocytes.


Electrophysiological techniques were used to study the response of native Xenopus laevis oocytes to intracellular injection and bath application of ethanol. Injection of ethanol produced dose-dependent transient inward currents accompanied by large current fluctuations, with estimated intracellular concentrations ranging from 10 to 300 mM. The response… (More)


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