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Endogenous electrical currents and the resultant voltage gradients in the chick embryo.

Hotary KB, Robinson KR.

Dev Biol. 1990 Jul;140(1):149-60.

PMID:
2358115
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Evidence of a role for endogenous electrical fields in chick embryo development.

Hotary KB, Robinson KR.

Development. 1992 Apr;114(4):985-96.

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Endogenous electric current is associated with normal development of the vertebrate limb.

Altizer AM, Moriarty LJ, Bell SM, Schreiner CM, Scott WJ, Borgens RB.

Dev Dyn. 2001 Aug;221(4):391-401.

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The neural tube of the Xenopus embryo maintains a potential difference across itself.

Hotary KB, Robinson KR.

Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 1991 Mar 18;59(1):65-73.

PMID:
2040081
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Fast inward current properties of voltage-clamped ventricular cells of embryonic chick heart.

Sada H, Kojima M, Sperelakis N.

Am J Physiol. 1988 Sep;255(3 Pt 2):H540-53.

PMID:
3414821
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Steady growth cone currents revealed by a novel circularly vibrating probe: a possible mechanism underlying neurite growth.

Freeman JA, Manis PB, Snipes GJ, Mayes BN, Samson PC, Wikswo JP Jr, Freeman DB.

J Neurosci Res. 1985;13(1-2):257-83.

PMID:
2579240
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Low-threshold Ca2+ current and its role in spontaneous elevations of intracellular Ca2+ in developing Xenopus neurons.

Gu X, Spitzer NC.

J Neurosci. 1993 Nov;13(11):4936-48. Erratum in: J Neurosci 1994 Mar;14(3 Pt 1):followi.

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