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Membrane properties of a human neuroblastoma

Neuroscience Letters

Mar 1, 1977

T KuramotoB Haber

PMID: 19604936

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The electrical properties of the SK-N-SH human neuroblastoma cell were studied by standard intracellular recording techniques; the average resting membrane potential was -21 +/- 11 mV, with a few cells showing mebrane potentials greater than - 40 mV. Under standard tissue culture condit...read more

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Veratridine
Central Neuroblastoma
Protoplasm
Resting Potentials
Action Potentials
Cell Differentiation Process
Neuroblastoma
Excitability
Tissue Culture
Neuromuscular Depolarizing Agents
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Membrane properties of a human neuroblastoma

Neuroscience Letters

Mar 1, 1977

T KuramotoB Haber

PMID: 19604936

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Abstract

The electrical properties of the SK-N-SH human neuroblastoma cell were studied by standard intracellular recording techniques; the average resting membrane potential was -21 +/- 11 mV, with a few cells showing mebrane potentials greater than - 40 mV. Under standard tissue culture condit...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Veratridine
Central Neuroblastoma
Protoplasm
Resting Potentials
Action Potentials
Cell Differentiation Process
Neuroblastoma
Excitability
Tissue Culture
Neuromuscular Depolarizing Agents

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Poisson-Nernst-Planck models of nonequilibrium ion electrodiffusion through a protegrin transmembrane pore

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  • Citations2
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