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The oscillations and the intermittent firing pattern are Ca2+ or SK channel independent, but are completely eliminated by TTX, suggesting that they are due to an interaction between voltage-gated K+ conductances and a persistent or possibly the inactivating sodium conductance responsible for spike generation.”
  • Bracci E, Centonze D, Bernardi G, Calabresi P (2003) Show Other
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