Slow synaptic transmission in frog sympathetic ganglia.

@article{Adams1986SlowST,
  title={Slow synaptic transmission in frog sympathetic ganglia.},
  author={Paul R. Adams and Stephen W. Jones and Peter Pennefather and David Brown and Christof Koch and B Hnnary Lancaster},
  journal={The Journal of experimental biology},
  year={1986},
  volume={124},
  pages={259-85}
}
Bullfrog ganglia contain two classes of neurone, B and C cells, which receive different inputs and exhibit different slow synaptic potentials. B cells, to which most effort has been directed, possess slow and late slow EPSPs. The sEPSP reflects a muscarinic action of acetylcholine released from boutons on B cells, whereas the late sEPSP is caused by a peptide (similar to teleost LHRH) released from boutons on C cells. During either sEPSP there is a selective reduction in two slow potassium… CONTINUE READING
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