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Voltage jump analysis of procaine action at frog end-plate

Authors
  • P. R. Adams
Publication Date
Jun 01, 1977
Source
PMC
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Abstract

1. In the absence of procaine the end-plate conductance evoked by suberyldicholine increases exponentially to a new level following a step hyperpolarization. In the presence of procaine the suberyldicholine-evoked conductance first rapidly decreases and then slowly increases following a hyperpolarizing step. The fast relaxation has a time constant of ∼ 1 msec, and the slow relaxation a time constant of 10-150 msec.

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