Neuronal Currents (s) having Whole-cell patch-clamp recordings were used to identify and characterize ionic currents in isolated cells. Most cells possessed a slowly activating IK, which is approximately 80% inactive at rest. In a small subset of cells, IK was replaced by an IA. It is suggested that the kinetic properties of the ionic currents argue against electrical tuning as Publication facts

1 Cochlea hair inner GLU cell | Soma | I K
2 Cochlea hair outer GLU cell | Soma | I K