Electrophysiological properties of vestibular sensory and supporting cells in the labyrinth slice before and during regeneration.

@article{Masetto1997ElectrophysiologicalPO,
  title={Electrophysiological properties of vestibular sensory and supporting cells in the labyrinth slice before and during regeneration.},
  author={Sergio Masetto and M. J. Correia},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={78 4},
  pages={1913-27}
}
The whole cell patch-clamp technique in combination with the slice preparation was used to investigate the electrophysiological properties of pigeon semicircular canal sensory and supporting cells. These properties were also characterized in regenerating neuroepithelia of pigeons preinjected with streptomycin to kill the hair cells. Type II hair cells from each of the three semicircular canals showed similar, topographically related patterns of passive and active membrane properties. Hair cells… CONTINUE READING
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