Evidence for an Na+-K+-Cl-cotransporter in mammalian type I vestibular hair cells.

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In amniotes, there are two types of hair cells, designated I and II, that differ in their morphology, innervation pattern, and ionic membrane properties. Type I cells are unique among hair cells in that their basolateral surfaces are almost completely enclosed by an afferent calyceal nerve terminal. Recently, several lines of evidence have ascribed a motile… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/ajpcell.1997.273.6.C1972

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