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GABA, a typically inhibitory neurotransmitter, can act in an excitatory manner when the reversal potential (EGABA) becomes positive compared to the resting membrane potential. Page 4 of the CELT Research Abstract Booklet.
Expression of Cation-Chloride Transporters in Vasopressin and Oxytocin Neurons in the Rodent Brain
Jeffrey Tasker, Ph.D.
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