Patch-clamp studies of isolated mouse olfactory receptor neurons

@article{Maue1987PatchclampSO,
  title={Patch-clamp studies of isolated mouse olfactory receptor neurons},
  author={Robert A. Maue and Vincent E. Dionne},
  journal={The Journal of General Physiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={90},
  pages={95 - 125}
}
Olfactory receptor neurons isolated from embryonic, neonatal, and adult mice were studied using the patch-clamp technique. Several distinct types of ion channels were characterized in patches of membrane from the neuronal soma and the dendritic knob of receptor neurons, including a 130-pS Ca++-activated K+ channel with voltage-dependent kinetics, an 80-pS Ca++-activated K+ channel with voltage-insensitive kinetics, a 25-pS K+ channel with properties similar to inward rectifiers, and a 40-pS K… CONTINUE READING

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