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Electrophysiological studies on the postnatal development of intracellular nuclei neurons in rat cerebellar slices maintained in vitro 2. membrane conductances


, : Electrophysiological studies on the postnatal development of intracellular nuclei neurons in rat cerebellar slices maintained in vitro 2. membrane conductances. Developmental Brain Research 20(1): 97-106

The development of membrane conductances of intracerebellar nuclei neurons was studied in the rat since birth up to the weaning period by the use of thick sagittal cerebellar slice maintained in vitro. Mature nuclear neurons express fast Na and slowly inactivating Na conductances, as well as Ca conductances. As early as birth, fast Na and Ca conductances appear well developed whereas slowly inactivating Na conductances mature within the 1st postnatal wk.

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