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Transition temperatures of the electrical activity of ion channels in the nerve membrane

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta

Nov 18, 1980

G Romey Lazdunski

PMID: 6254565

Abstract

The temperature dependence of some of the electrical characteristics of neuronal membranes from Aplysia giant neurons and crustacean and cuttlefish giant axons has been analyzed. Arrhenius plots for the maximum rate of depolarization of (V+max) or repolarization (V-max) of the action po...read more

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Crabs
Ostracoda
Veratridine
Tissue Membrane
Cuttlefish
Class crustacea
Cancer Genus
Neurons
Potassium
Action Potentials
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Transition temperatures of the electrical activity of ion channels in the nerve membrane

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta

Nov 18, 1980

G Romey Lazdunski

PMID: 6254565

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Abstract

The temperature dependence of some of the electrical characteristics of neuronal membranes from Aplysia giant neurons and crustacean and cuttlefish giant axons has been analyzed. Arrhenius plots for the maximum rate of depolarization of (V+max) or repolarization (V-max) of the action po...read more

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Tissue Membrane
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Potassium
Action Potentials

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