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Spontaneous firing was driven by the combined action of a sodium current and the hyperpolarization-activated cation current (I(h)), which together ensured that there was no zero current point in the subthreshold voltage range. Spike-triggered calcium entry shaped the falling phase of the action potential waveform and activated calcium-dependent potassium channels
  • Bennett BD, Callaway JC, Wilson CJ (2000) Show Other
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