Role of glial K(+) channels in ontogeny and gliosis: a hypothesis based upon studies on Müller cells.

Abstract

The electrophysiological properties of Müller cells, the principal glial cells of the retina, are determined by several types of K(+) conductances. Both the absolute and the relative activities of the individual types of K(+) channels undergo important changes in the course of ontogenetic development and during gliosis. Although immature Müller cells… (More)

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