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Properties of frog sympathetic neurons in normal ganglia and after axon section



Properties of frog sympathetic neurons in normal ganglia and after axon section



Journal of Neurophysiology 29(6): 1096-1114



The responses of normal and axotomized cells of frog sympathetic ganglia have been studied. Transmission through the ganglion gradually fails after axon section. The synaptic potential decreases progressively beginning about 3 days after axon section. The resting potential also falls and cell resistance decreases. Antidromic as well as directly evoked spike potentials become abnormally slow and small.

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PMID: 5971664

DOI: 10.1152/jn.1966.29.6.1096


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