PMID: 5919444Nov 11, 1966

Neurosecretory cell: capable of conducting impulse in rats

Science
K YagiK Matsuda

Abstract

Electriic vtinulation of the rat neurohypophlysis in Situ evoked the unit action potentials. in the supraoptic nucleus. Compound and unit action potentials. were recorded from the isolated neurohypophysis stimulation. The applicaition of solutions high in potassium or devoid of sodium made the neurohypophysis inexcitable. Mammalian neurosecretsecretory cells have the neuronal properties generation and conduction of action potentials.

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