Some physiological features of mushroom-body linked fibers in the house cricket brain

@article{Schildberger1981SomePF,
  title={Some physiological features of mushroom-body linked fibers in the house cricket brain},
  author={Klaus Schildberger},
  journal={Naturwissenschaften},
  year={1981},
  volume={68},
  pages={623-624}
}
addition of K to the external medium, and then transiently hyperpolarized. This transient membrane hyperpolarization was more pronounced after the longer exposure to 0.2 m M K, where aKi had decreased to a lower level, and could be abolished by the cardiac glycoside ouabain (5 x 10 -4 M). Since no depletion of extracellular K + had ever been recorded under these conditions [3], this hyperpolarization was presumably due to electrogenic N a K pumping. The presence of an electrogenic N a K pump in… CONTINUE READING

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