The influence of voltage conditioning on chloride currents in amphibian muscle membrane: the sigmoid conductance-voltage relation extended into the outward current region.

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Sartorius muscle fibres of Xenopus laevis were depolarized in solutions of high K+ content and then voltage clamped in solutions in which K+ was replaced by Rb+ and(or) tetraethylammonium ion (TEA+) at pH 9. A three-microelectrode clamp system was used in which the bath was held at virtual ground using an operational amplifier in a current meter… (More)

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@article{Vaughan1982TheIO, title={The influence of voltage conditioning on chloride currents in amphibian muscle membrane: the sigmoid conductance-voltage relation extended into the outward current region.}, author={Peter Vaughan and Matthew Trotter}, journal={Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology}, year={1982}, volume={60 5}, pages={604-9} }