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Two types of Ca(2+)-channels in cells from the circular layer of guinea-pig ileum.

@article{Duridanova1993TwoTO,
  title={Two types of Ca(2+)-channels in cells from the circular layer of guinea-pig ileum.},
  author={Dessislava B. Duridanova and Hristo S Gagov and Kiril K. Boev},
  journal={General physiology and biophysics},
  year={1993},
  volume={12 4},
  pages={
          325-38
        }
}
In this paper data are presented concerning some morphometrical characteristics and passive electrical properties of cell membranes from the circular layer of guinea-pig ileum (CC). The main purpose of the study has been to analyze the inward calcium current in these cells. Using the whole-cell voltage-clamp method the presence of T-like type of calcium channels (conducting low-threshold, fast inactivated, strictly potential-dependent and dihydropyridine-resistant calcium inward current--If… 

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