Lack of excitatory amino acid-induced effects on calcium fluxes measured with45Ca2+ in rat cerebral cortex synaptosomes

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Ca2+ uptake was measured in purified rat cerebral cortex synaptosomes (P3 pellets) using45Ca2+ as a tracer. Ca2+ influx increased in time, and with an increase in external K+ concentration and temperature. The net (external K+-induced, depolarization-dependent) uptake follows a two-component course. The exponential term, due to the opening of voltage… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00964878

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@article{Simonato1989LackOE, title={Lack of excitatory amino acid-induced effects on calcium fluxes measured with45Ca2+ in rat cerebral cortex synaptosomes}, author={Michele Simonato and Richard Scott Jope and Clementina Bianchi and Lorenzo Beani}, journal={Neurochemical Research}, year={1989}, volume={14}, pages={677-682} }