Is glycine an inhibitory transmitter in rat lateral horn cells?

Abstract

Spontaneous inhibitory postsynaptic potentials (IPSPs) and evoked IPSPs were recorded from a portion of lateral horn cells situated in thin transverse thoracolumbar spinal cord slices removed from neonatal rats. The IPSPs were reduced by hyperpolarization and inverted at membrane potentials between -65 and -75 mV. Strychnine but not bicuculline reversibly… (More)

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