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PG cells closely resembled previously described periglomerular cells in their morphology. During current clamp recording these neurons were characterized by their lack of action potentials upon depolarization. Consistent with these results no Na+ currents could be elicited in voltage clamp experiments. Two types of outward K+ currents were distinguished: one which inactivated and one which did not.
  • Bufler J, Zufall F, Franke C, Hatt H (1992) Show Other
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Other categories referring to PG cells closely resembled previously described periglomerular cells in their morphology. During current clamp recording these neurons were characterized by their lack of action potentials upon depolarization. Consistent with these results no Na+ currents could be elicited in voltage clamp experiments. Two types of outward K+ currents were distinguished: one which inactivated and one which did not.
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