Patch clamp study of histamine activated potassium currents on rabbit olfactory bulb neurons

@article{Jahn1995PatchCS,
  title={Patch clamp study of histamine activated potassium currents on rabbit olfactory bulb neurons},
  author={Klaus Jahn and Helmut L. Haas and Hanns Hatt},
  journal={Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology},
  year={1995},
  volume={352},
  pages={386-393}
}
Effects of histamine, histamine agonists and antagonists on steady state current in principal neurons and interneurons were investigated in thin slices from the olfactory bulb of newborn rabbits with the nystatin perforated patch-clamp technique and local pipette application. No change in steady state current was observed in mitral cells. In most of the periglomerular, juxtaglomerular and granular cells, however, H1-receptor activation caused an outward current; a similar effect, but mostly not… CONTINUE READING

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