Ion channels in vertebrate glia.

@article{Barres1990IonCI,
  title={Ion channels in vertebrate glia.},
  author={Ben A Barres and Linda L. Y. Chun and David P. Corey},
  journal={Annual review of neuroscience},
  year={1990},
  volume={13},
  pages={
          441-74
        }
}
More than 20 years ago, Kuffler (1967) began a review of glial electrophysiology with a summary of hypotheses of glial functions; these functions were much the same as those proposed by Nageotte, Golgi, Lugaro, and Ram6n y Cajal 70 years before him (reviewed by Somjen 1988) and are not substantially changed today. Yet the timelessness of these views may result more from our continued ignorance than from the prescience of these pioneers. Ram6n y Cajal (1909) suggested that this poor… CONTINUE READING

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