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Membrane properties of a human neuroblastoma II: Effects of differentiation

Journal of Neuroscience Research

Jan 1, 1981

T KuramotoB Haber

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The SK-N-SH cell line is a human neuroblastoma which when grown under standard culture conditions remains relatively undifferentiated. The undifferentiated SK-N-SH cells are relatively inexcitable: they show only partial active responses to injections of current pulses and lack the depo...read more

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Veratridine
Physiologic Pulse
Central Neuroblastoma
Resting Potentials
Action Potentials
Tetrodotoxin
Cell Differentiation Process
Neurite Outgrowth Factors
Neuroblastoma
Spike Potentials
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Membrane properties of a human neuroblastoma II: Effects of differentiation

Journal of Neuroscience Research

Jan 1, 1981

T KuramotoB Haber

PMID: 6271987

DOI: 10.1002/jnr.490060402

Abstract

The SK-N-SH cell line is a human neuroblastoma which when grown under standard culture conditions remains relatively undifferentiated. The undifferentiated SK-N-SH cells are relatively inexcitable: they show only partial active responses to injections of current pulses and lack the depo...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Veratridine
Physiologic Pulse
Central Neuroblastoma
Resting Potentials
Action Potentials
Tetrodotoxin
Cell Differentiation Process
Neurite Outgrowth Factors
Neuroblastoma
Spike Potentials

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