volume 20, issue 6, P713-717 1995
DOI: 10.1007/bf01705540
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Abstract: Tetrodotoxin-insensitive (TTX-I) sodium currents have been recorded from newborn and adult rat sensory neurons, but the sodium channel gene(s) responsible for the TTX-I current are unknown. Because SkM2, one of six voltage-sensitive sodium channel genes cloned from rat, encodes the only cloned channel that is relatively resistant to tetrodotoxin, we sought to test whether the TTX-I current in rat sensory neurons is due to the SkM2 channel. We hypothesized that the TTX-I current might be generated from (1) an R…

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