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Ih current: slowly developing hyperpolarisation-activated current with a threshold generally positive to resting potential and with a strongly voltage-dependent activation time constant. The current was Na+- and K+-sensitive, suppressed by external Cs+, and insensitive to Ba++. The Ih should be tonically active at rest, and may contribute to the oscillatory behaviour of the bulbar network
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Other categories referring to Ih current: slowly developing hyperpolarisation-activated current with a threshold generally positive to resting potential and with a strongly voltage-dependent activation time constant. The current was Na+- and K+-sensitive, suppressed by external Cs+, and insensitive to Ba++. The Ih should be tonically active at rest, and may contribute to the oscillatory behaviour of the bulbar network
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