Spontaneous and evoked excitatory junction potentials in rat tail arteries.

@article{Cheung1982SpontaneousAE,
  title={Spontaneous and evoked excitatory junction potentials in rat tail arteries.},
  author={Donald Cheung},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={328},
  pages={449-59}
}
1. The frequency, amplitude and time course of spontaneous excitatory junction potentials (s.e.j.p.s) and their relationship to the time course and amplitude of evoked excitatory junction potentials (e.j.p.s) were examined. 2. The frequency and amplitude of s.e.j.p.s varied dramatically between cells. There was good correlation between their rise and decay times. 3. The amplitude and time course of e.j.p.s also varied between cells. E.j.p.s with large amplitudes and fast time courses were… CONTINUE READING

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