Functional assessment of Ca(2+)-current in the mouse motor nerve terminals.

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The purpose of this study was to characterize voltage-gated Ca2+ channels on the mouse motor nerve terminals. Mouse diaphragm and triangularis sterni preparations were used for this study in order to assess the functional Ca2+ channels in the transmitter release. The results showed that omega-conotoxin MVIIC (CTx-MVIIC, 0.5-1 microM) but not omega-conotoxin… (More)

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@article{Lin1995FunctionalAO, title={Functional assessment of Ca(2+)-current in the mouse motor nerve terminals.}, author={Ming-Chieh Lin and S Y Lin-shiau}, journal={Neuroscience letters}, year={1995}, volume={195 1}, pages={21-4} }