Pharmacological and anatomical separation of calcium currents in rat dentate granule neurones in vitro.

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1. Rat dentate granule neurones in hippocampal slices were voltage-clamped at 21-23 degrees C using CsCl-filled microelectrodes. The perfusate contained TTX and K+ channel blockers to isolate pharmacologically inward Ca2+ currents. 2. From hyperpolarized holding potentials of -65 to -85 mV, depolarizing test potentials to between -50 and -40 mV elicited a… (More)

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@article{Blaxter1989PharmacologicalAA, title={Pharmacological and anatomical separation of calcium currents in rat dentate granule neurones in vitro.}, author={T J Blaxter and P. L. Carlen and Cynthia R Niesen}, journal={The Journal of physiology}, year={1989}, volume={412}, pages={93-112} }