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The effect of temperature on the outward currents in the soma of molluscan neurones in voltage-clamp conditions
Journal of Experimental Biology
The delayed outward current in snail neurones was separated into two components with different temperature sensitivity: (i) a persistent component and (ii) a transient (inactivating) component. The effect of cooling on the value of the transient current is strongly dependent upon the value of the conditioning potential. It was supposed that cooling causes a decrease in the negative surface potential in the vicinity of the potassium pathways and removes their inactivation. Simultaneously coolingpmid:1206334 fatcat:spab5tr3izfi5m3b7oditc7yv4