Types and activities of voltage-operated calcium channels change during development of rat pituitary neurointermediate lobe.

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Cultures of pituitary neurointermediate lobe cells were established from rats aged 1, 12, and 42 days to identify the types and assess the activities of Ca2+ channels present in melanotropes, glial-like cells, and fibroblasts during development. Day 12 represents the time at which dopaminergic axons have become distributed throughout the lobe, glial cells… (More)

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@article{Beatty1996TypesAA, title={Types and activities of voltage-operated calcium channels change during development of rat pituitary neurointermediate lobe.}, author={D M Beatty and Scott A. Sands and Scott J. Morris and Bibie M. Chronwall}, journal={International journal of developmental neuroscience : the official journal of the International Society for Developmental Neuroscience}, year={1996}, volume={14 5}, pages={597-612} }