Lecture19-2009W - dominant I K dominant Why Postsynaptic excitation& inhibition depends on types of NTs and their receptors NT D(e.g ACh NT

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Postsynaptic mechanisms b AChRs AChR gating closed open Patch-clamp recordings of I AChR Reversal Potential ( E rev ), where the direction of the ionic current and the sign of the postsynaptic potential reverse. V m = E rev I Na
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Unformatted text preview: dominant I K dominant Why? Postsynaptic excitation & inhibition depends on types of NTs and their receptors NT D (e.g. ACh) NT H (e.g. GABA) * never reach the threshold b potential of APs Sum of (a) & (b) E rev , inhib IPSP...
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2009 for the course BIOS 342 taught by Professor Tanda during the Spring '09 term at Ohio University- Athens.

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Lecture19-2009W - dominant I K dominant Why Postsynaptic excitation& inhibition depends on types of NTs and their receptors NT D(e.g ACh NT

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