Two subtypes of C current in identified Helix neurons.


Ca-activated K currents (C currents) were identified in various Helix pomatia neurons under voltage-clamp conditions. This comparative study revealed the existence of two C currents: a fast-inactivating current and a non-inactivating current; both had identical gating and pharmacological properties. Inactivation of the C currents was induced by either cell depolarization or short Ca entry.

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@article{Crest1990TwoSO, title={Two subtypes of C current in identified Helix neurons.}, author={Marcel Crest and Kazuko Watanabe and Maurice Gola}, journal={Brain research}, year={1990}, volume={518 1-2}, pages={299-302} }