Light-evoked increases in [K+]o in proximal portion of the dark-adapted cat retina.

@article{Frishman1989LightevokedII,
  title={Light-evoked increases in [K+]o in proximal portion of the dark-adapted cat retina.},
  author={Laura Frishman and Roy H. Steinberg},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1989},
  volume={61 6},
  pages={
          1233-43
        }
}
1. The scotopic threshold response (STR) and slow negative response are negative-going potentials in the dark-adapted electroretinogram (ERG) of the cat eye that originate proximal to the photoreceptors and are present at threshold and with dim illuminations. The present paper examines the hypothesis that these events are associated with Müller cell responses to potassium released by proximal retinal neurons by measuring light-dependent changes in extracellular K+ concentration [( K+]o, in… CONTINUE READING
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