Transient inward currents (Iti) were measured on repolarization after a series of depolarizing
pulses (50-3050 ms) in 37[degrees]C HEPES-Tyrode solution as described (5).
A large component of the outward current induced by depolarizing
voltage was sensitive to tetraethylammonium (TEA).
Fasiculations have been attributed to a prejunctional depolarizing
action of Succinylcholine, resulting in repetitive ring of the motor nerve terminals and antidromic discharges that manifest as uncoordinated vigorous contraction of the muscle bundles with no possibility of shortening and without synchronous activity in adjacent bundles.
In Britain, Cyril Scurr began experimenting with another depolarizing
relaxant created by Bovet--suxethonium.
Responses of supramedullary/dorsal cells to depolarizing
current pulses were recorded from cunner, 8-13.9 cm in body length; the fish were either under general or local anesthesia.
[12.] Vendor speak AF, reynold p.Fang WB.et.al changes in resistance to mouth opening induced by depolarizing
an non depolarising nemomuscular relaxants.
Under this depolarizing
condition, the rate at which [[H.sup.3]]RNA appeared in the perfusate increased markedly, often in more than one episode.
Possibly first discussed as an intrinsic potential by Watanabe (1958) in lobster CG, and further described in studies of the Squilla (stomatopod) CG (Watanabe et al., 1967a, b), driver potentials are relatively slow, sustained, regenerative depolarizations that may arise from a gradual pacemaker potential or be evoked by a depolarization, such as an excitatory synaptic potential (or an applied depolarizing
INTRODUCTION: Several clinical studies have reported that significant number of patients receiving non depolarizing
muscle relaxants during general anesthesia show postoperative residual neuromuscular block when assessed by neuromuscular monitor in the recovery room.
To determine the voltage-gating properties of the intercellular channels, transjunctional potentials ([V.sub.j]) of opposite polarity were generated by hyperpolarizing or depolarizing
one cell in 20 mV steps (over a range of [+ or -] 120 mV), while clamping the second cell at -40 mV.
Responses to hyperpolarizing and depolarizing
current steps (200 ms long) by 6 male and 10 female motoneurons (3 male and 6 female frogs), were recorded in current clamp mode.
The second group of products works by depolarizing
the nerve so that it cannot transmit the pain response.