The calcium-activated potassium conductance in guinea-pig myenteric neurones.

@article{Morita1982TheCP,
  title={The calcium-activated potassium conductance in guinea-pig myenteric neurones.},
  author={Kiichiro Morita and R Alan North and Takayuki Tokimasa},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={329},
  pages={341-54}
}
1. Intracellular recordings were made from guinea-pig myenteric neurones in vitro.2. From one to sixty action potentials were followed by an afterhyperpolarization, the amplitude and duration of which increased with the number of preceding action potentials.3. The afterhyperpolarization reversed its polarity at a membrane potential of -91 mV. This value changed by 58 mV when the potassium concentration of the perfusing solution was changed ten-fold.4. The afterhyperpolarization was abolished in… CONTINUE READING

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