Calcium-dependent inward current in Aplysia bursting pace-maker neurones.

@article{Kramer1985CalciumdependentIC,
  title={Calcium-dependent inward current in Aplysia bursting pace-maker neurones.},
  author={Richard H. Kramer and Robert S. Zucker},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1985},
  volume={362},
  pages={107-30}
}
Depolarizing voltage-clamp pulses elicit a triphasic series of tail currents (phase I, II and III) in Aplysia burst-firing neurones L2-L6. The sequence and time course of the tail currents resemble slow changes in membrane potential which follow bursts in the unclamped cell. The phase II tail current is an inward current with a time course similar to that of the depolarizing after-potential (d.a.p.) which follows bursts in the unclamped cell. The phase II tail current is suppressed by… CONTINUE READING
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