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BEZANILLA,F. ARMBTRONG 1977. Inactivation of sodium channel. I. Sodium current experiments. J. Gen. Physiol. 70: 549. F1oravant1, O F. R. Y. 10010, USA + +Dept. of Physics, Technical University of Munchen, 8046 Garching, W. Germany o Supported by the Veterans Administration Medical Research Division. INTRODUCTION The effect of hydrostatic pressure upon the kinetics of a chemical reaction is directly related to the volume change, ~V*, associated with the formation of the intermediate activated complex (1) and can provide useful information about the molecular mechanism of the reaction.
In order to obtain long well-resolved channel openings, we used Suberyldicholine mostly instead of Acetylcholine. This agonist was known to display slow kinetics (Katz & Miledi 1973). For technical reasons we worked with chronically denervated muscles, where due to "denervation hypersensitivity" (Axelsson & Thesleff 1969) the Acetylcholine sensitivity extends over a large fraction of the muscle fiber. Thus we did not have to lacate endplates for our measurements and could select sites of moderately low channel density, appropriate for single channel recording.
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