Membrane capacitance of cortical neurons and glia during sleep oscillations and spike-wave seizures.

@article{Amzica1999MembraneCO,
  title={Membrane capacitance of cortical neurons and glia during sleep oscillations and spike-wave seizures.},
  author={Florin Amzica and Dag Neckelmann},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={82 5},
  pages={2731-46}
}
Dual intracellular recordings in vivo were used to disclose relationships between cortical neurons and glia during spontaneous slow (<1 Hz) sleep oscillations and spike-wave (SW) seizures in cat. Glial cells displayed a slow membrane potential oscillation (<1 Hz), in close synchrony with cortical neurons. In glia, each cycle of this oscillation was made of a round depolarizing potential of 1.5-3 mV. The depolarizing slope corresponded to a steady depolarization and sustained synaptic activity… CONTINUE READING

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