Whole-cell potassium current in rabbit corneal epithelium activated by fenamates

Abstract

Rabbit corneal epithelium contains a large-conductance, potassium-selective channel, which is a major contributor to the whole-cell current. In perforated-patch recordings of the macroscopic current, the isolated cells studied had resting voltages of −41±20 mV and capacitances of 5.8±2.6 pF (mean + sd for n=255). Activation of the channels was weakly… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00232057

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