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W. Grampp and S. Theander

value and plotted as a function of membrane prepolarization. Values in both (a) and (b) were obtained in the presence of 10 m M TEA and 0.5 m M 4-AP. Smooth lines in (a) are model predictions (see text) of the A-current at 25 ms after the onset of a voltage step and in (b) are computed according to (2

Alfons Rüsch, Jeffrey R. Holt, Ruth Anne Eatock and Melissa A. Vollrath

(compare the 10 and 1 Hz receptor potentials in Fig. 2A). Figure 2C shows, for each cell in our sample, the frequency range between the high- pass corner frequency ( f c ) predicted by adaptation and the low-pass f c predicted by the membrane time constant. The filled circles show the predictions for the