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Table 1 Effect of GABA on the properties of action potential in lateral amygdala from different groups of mice

From: Chronic stress impairs GABAergic control of amygdala through suppressing the tonic GABAA receptor currents

AP parameters Control (n = 8) p CIS (n = 8) p CIS + metyrapone (n = 7) p
ACSF GABA ASCF GABA ASCF GABA
AP threshold (mV) -36.29±1.28 -38.43±0.74 0.367 -40.74±2.09 -40.50±2.14 0.801 -38.97±1.21 -38.28±1.14 0.635
AP amplitude (mV) 80.25±2.41 81.45±2.50 0.597 78.83±2.05 79.57±1.51 0.595 82.73±1.45 80.60±2.98 0.386
Half AP width (ms) 2.09±0.12 2.10±0.09 0.900 2.12±0.14 2.14±0.11 0.817 2.01±0.15 2.04±0.10 0.548
  1. AP: action potential. ACSF: artificial cerebrospinal fluid. The number in parenthesis represents the number of neurons. p values were obtained from comparisons before and after GABA application using paired t test.