Flufenamic acid affects multiple currents and causes intracellular Ca2+ release in Aplysia bag cell neurons.

@article{Gardam2008FlufenamicAA,
  title={Flufenamic acid affects multiple currents and causes intracellular Ca2+ release in Aplysia bag cell neurons.},
  author={Kate Elizabeth Gardam and Julia E. Geiger and Charlene M. Hickey and Anne Y Hung and Neil S. Magoski},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={100 1},
  pages={38-49}
}
Flufenamic acid (FFA) is a nonsteroidal antiinflammatory agent, commonly used to block nonselective cation channels. We previously reported that FFA potentiated, rather than inhibited, a cation current in Aplysia bag cell neurons. Prompted by this paradoxical result, the present study examined the effects of FFA on membrane currents and intracellular Ca2… CONTINUE READING