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Action Potential, Chemical Synaptic Transmission and Neurotransmitter ReleaseMisael Barradas, Alexandria Padilla, Samantha Castaneda, Leslie CardenasAnatomy and Physiology I, Section C7LDr. Marli WhiteApril 30, 2019Introduction
Activity 4: The Action Potential: Importance of Voltage-Gated NA+ ChannelsActivity 8: Chemical Synaptic Transmission and Neurotransmitter Release
MaterialsActivity 4: The Action Potential: The Importance of Voltage-Gated NA+ Channels·Axon·Lidocaine·Nerve chamber·Oscilloscope·PhysioEx 10.0 program·Recording electrodes (R1 and R2)·Stimulation wires·Stimulator·Tetrodotoxin (TTX)Activity 8: Chemical Synaptic Transmission and Neurotransmitter Release·Ca2+·Mg2+·Neuron·Petri DishMethodsActivity 4: The Action Potential: The Importance of Voltage-Gated NA+ ChannelsThe suprathreshold voltage was increased to 30mV with stimulation duration of 0.5 milliseconds.Single stimulus was delivered and the peak value of the response at electrodes R1 and R2 was recorded.

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Term
Summer
Professor
Dr. Elaine Fanini
Tags
Chemical synapse, Petri dish

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