Single low-voltage-activated calcium channels in chick and rat sensory neurones.

@article{Carbone1987SingleLC,
  title={Single low-voltage-activated calcium channels in chick and rat sensory neurones.},
  author={Emilio Carbone and Hans Dieter Lux},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={386},
  pages={571-601}
}
1. Single and multiple Ca2+ channel currents were recorded from outside-out and cell-attached patches of cultured chick and rat dorsal root ganglion cells, using the patch-clamp technique. 2. Outside-out patches containing a large number of Ca2+ channels revealed Ca2+ currents resembling those from the whole cell. A low-voltage-activated (l.v.a.) and a high-voltage-activated (h.v.a.) Ca2+ current similar to those described in the accompanying paper (Carbone & Lux, 1987 b) could be distinguished… CONTINUE READING