Range: ±17 mV
||Mouse Mus musculus
||Maue RA, Dionne VE. Patch-clamp studies of isolated mouse olfactory receptor neurons. J Gen Physiol. 1987 Jul90(1):95-125 free online article p.116 3rd paragraphPubMed ID2442298
||p.115 bottom paragraph:"To determine whether the odorant-induced responses involved membrane
depolarization, 145 mM KCl was substituted for the mixture of odorants in the
puffer pipette. In contrast to the odorants, the application of KCl induced an
outward current of 2-10 pA and a concomitant decrease in the peak-to-peak
noise of the holding current in 9 of 15 patches."
||p.116 3rd paragraph:"The reversal potential of K+ channels
recorded in the cell-attached configuration with 145 mM K+ in the pipette
suggested that the membrane potential of the mouse receptor neurons was -52
± 17 mV (n = 10), with a range of -30 to -80 mV."