Kinetics of exocytosis is faster in cones than in rods.

@article{Rabl2005KineticsOE,
  title={Kinetics of exocytosis is faster in cones than in rods.},
  author={Katalin Rabl and Lucia Cadetti and Wallace B Thoreson},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={25 18},
  pages={4633-40}
}
Cone-driven responses of second-order retinal neurons are considerably faster than rod-driven responses. We examined whether differences in the kinetics of synaptic transmitter release from rods and cones may contribute to differences in postsynaptic response kinetics. Exocytosis from rods and cones was triggered by membrane depolarization and monitored in two ways: (1) by measuring EPSCs evoked in second-order neurons by depolarizing steps applied to presynaptic rods or cones during… CONTINUE READING
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