Properties of persistent sodium conductance and calcium conductance of layer V neurons from cat sensorimotor cortex in vitro.

@article{Stafstrom1985PropertiesOP,
  title={Properties of persistent sodium conductance and calcium conductance of layer V neurons from cat sensorimotor cortex in vitro.},
  author={Carl E Stafstrom and Peter C. Schwindt and Michael Chubb and Wayne E. Crill},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1985},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={
          153-70
        }
}
Properties of the persistent sodium conductance and the calcium conductance of layer V neurons from cat sensorimotor cortex were examined in an in vitro slice preparation by use of a single microelectrode, somatic voltage clamp, current clamp, intra- and extracellular application of blocking agents, and extracellular ion substitution. The persistent sodium current (INaP) attained its steady level within 2-4 ms of a step change in voltage at every potential where it could be examined directly… CONTINUE READING
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