Spontaneous calcium influx and its roles in differentiation of spinal neurons in culture.


Stimulation of embryonic amphibian spinal neurons has been shown to produce calcium-dependent action potentials of long duration at early stages of development. These impulses become brief and sodium-dependent upon further differentiation. The neurons are now shown to exhibit spontaneous, transient elevations of intracellular calcium in culture during the… (More)


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