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Properties of voltage-gated Na+ channels in pancreatic beta-cells

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Voltage-gated Na+ channels in beta-cells
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Nav channels in rodent β-cells predominantly exhibit a hyperpolarised voltage-dependence of inactivation, which is so characteristic that it can be used for functional identification of β-cells. A smaller Na+ current component (10-15%) also exists that inactivates over physiological membrane potentials and contributes to action potential firing. It has been proposed that the currents contributing to inactivation over vastly different membrane potentials reflect the contribution of differen...

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DPhil
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University of Oxford
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2019-04-10

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