Differences in the Activation of Inhibitory Motoneuron Receptors in the Frog Rana Ridibunda by GABA and Glycine and Their Interaction

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Intracellular recording of potentials was used in isolated spinal cord segments from the frog Rana ridibunda to compare the inhibitory effects of GABA and glycine on the motoneuron membrane. At equal concentrations, the response (a change in membrane potential) to application of glycine was 1.5–2 times greater than the response to GABA in terms of amplitude… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11055-009-9192-9

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@article{Kalinina2009DifferencesIT, title={Differences in the Activation of Inhibitory Motoneuron Receptors in the Frog Rana Ridibunda by GABA and Glycine and Their Interaction}, author={N. I. Kalinina and G. G. Kurchavyi and Dmitry V. Amakhin and N. P. Veselkin}, journal={Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology}, year={2009}, volume={39}, pages={775-783} }