Development of resting membrane potentials of embryonic murine spinal cord cells evaluated by flow cytometric analysis.

Abstract

The membrane electrical properties of embryonic murine spinal cord cells of embryonic day-10 (E10) to E14 were studied using a voltage-sensitive oxonol dye combined with fluorescence-activated cell sorting techniques. This period of development corresponds to the time when neurons differentiate from their neuroblast precursors. Bovine oligodendrocytes were… (More)

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