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The effects of putative neurotransmitters on the resting membrane potential of dissociated brain neurones in culture

Brain Research

Apr 30, 1976

L Bonkowski, W F Dryden

PMID: 5176

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Cultures established from mechanically dissociated neonatal mouse brains were found to be suitable for electrophysiological investigation of drug action. During culture most cells were aggregated into either monolayer regions or thick cords joining monolayer regions. A few cells remaine...read more

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Histamine Measurement
Serotonin Measurement
Protoplasm
Resting Potentials
Neurons
Serotonin
Aggregation
Brain
Atropine
Atropinum, atropine
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The effects of putative neurotransmitters on the resting membrane potential of dissociated brain neurones in culture

Brain Research

Apr 30, 1976

L Bonkowski, W F Dryden

PMID: 5176

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Abstract

Cultures established from mechanically dissociated neonatal mouse brains were found to be suitable for electrophysiological investigation of drug action. During culture most cells were aggregated into either monolayer regions or thick cords joining monolayer regions. A few cells remaine...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Histamine Measurement
Serotonin Measurement
Protoplasm
Resting Potentials
Neurons
Serotonin
Aggregation
Brain
Atropine
Atropinum, atropine

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  • Citations6
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  • References14
  • Citations6
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