Changes in membrane potential and the intracellular calcium concentration during CSD and OGD in layer V and layer II/III mouse cortical neurons
Cortical spreading depression (CSD) is an episode of electrical silence following intense neuronal activity that propagates across the cortex at μ3-6 mm/min and is associated with transient neuronal depolarization. CSD is benign in normally perfused brai
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