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Figure 3: (a) Outward K+ currents evoked in control, in cisplatin (0.5 mM) and in cisplatin + tetraethylammonium (TEA) (10 mM) in CT26 cells. (b) Current–voltage relationship from 10 recorded cells represents mean currents in control, cisplatin and cisplatin + TEA. (c) Outward K+ currents in control and in cisplatin and after washout of cisplatin induced response in IEC-6 cells. (d) Bar graph shows the relative potassium current induced by cisplatin in CT26 and IEC-6 cells. Values represent means ± standard error of the mean *and NS representP < 0.05 and not significant, respectively

Figure 3: (a) Outward K<sup>+</sup> currents evoked in control, in cisplatin (0.5 mM) and in cisplatin + tetraethylammonium (TEA) (10 mM) in CT26 cells. (b) Current–voltage relationship from 10 recorded cells represents mean currents in control, cisplatin and cisplatin + TEA. (c) Outward K<sup>+</sup> currents in control and in cisplatin and after washout of cisplatin induced response in IEC-6 cells. (d) Bar graph shows the relative potassium current induced by cisplatin in CT26 and IEC-6 cells. Values represent means ± standard error of the mean *and NS represent<i>P</i> < 0.05 and not significant, respectively