An analysis of the delayed outward current in single ventricular cells of the guinea-pig View Full Text


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1987-12

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Hiroshi Matsuura, Tsuguhisa Ehara, Yutaka Imoto

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Properties of the delayed outward current (IK) in ventricular myocytes of the guinea-pig were studied using the whole cell clamp method. The experiments were performed under conditions in whichIK was enhanced by application of isoproterenol while the Ca2+ current was eliminated by Ca2+-removal and by the addition of Cd2+. The reversal potential (Erev) ofIK, determined from the current tails, was about 10 mV less negative than the K+ equilibrium potential. This was estimated by examining the reversal potential of the inward rectifier K+ current in Ba2+-containing solution, or from the Nernst equation. TheErev-log[K+]0 relationship had a slope of 49 mV per tenfold change in [K+]0. In Na+-free solution,Erev became more negative. Thus, although the major charge carriers inIK are K+ ions, Na+ ions may also contribute in part to this current. ThePNa/PK ratio inIK, calculated by applying a Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz relation to the reversal potential, was 0.016. The activation ofIK during depolarization showed a sigmoidal time course at the onset, while the time course of the current tails was monoexponential at voltages more negative than −50 mV, but biexponential at more positive voltages. These observations can be explained by the conductance equation of the Hodgkin-Huxley type in which the kinetic variable is raised to the second power. These and other features ofIK observed in the ventricular cells are discussed in comparison to the properties of similar current systems reported in other cardiac preparations. More... »

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596-603

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