Calmodulin blockers decrease short-term plasticity of the cholinoreceptors of neurons of the edible snail

@article{Pivovarov2005CalmodulinBD,
  title={Calmodulin blockers decrease short-term plasticity of the cholinoreceptors of neurons of the edible snail},
  author={A. Pivovarov and E. Drozdova and B. Kotlyar},
  journal={Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={21},
  pages={289-295}
}
A reversible decrease in the rate and depth of the extinction of the reactions of the cholinoreceptive membrane to repeated iontophoretic applications of acetylcholine to the soma by a number of calmodulin blockers way demonstrated in identified RPa3 and LPa3 neurons in the edible snail using the method of recording transmembrane ionic currents: R 24571 (20–50 μmoles/liter), trifluoperazine (50–200 μmoles/liter), chlorpromazine (20–60 μnoles/liter), and prenylamine lactate (30–400 μmoles/liter… Expand

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