The genetic apparatus of an eukaryotic cell is surrounded by two membranes of the nuclear envelope that forms a half-permeable barrier for the movement of molecules and ions. Using a patch-clamp technique in experiments on isolated nuclei of pyramidal neurons from the hippocampal CA1 area, we describe the biophysical properties of spontaneously active ion channels in the nuclear membranes of these...
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