electronic configuration of calcium metal in guinea

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woodland conditions in northern Guinea savanna, and as a coating to prevent metal corrosion, because the correlative presence of calcium

of calcium ion in the myocardial cells of guinea-pig under

(CED 1401, Cambridge Electronic Design, UK) calcium-activated tail current showed no guinea-pig hearts [11, 12]and in common

TO CALCIUM TRANSIENTS IN MYOCYTES ISOLATED FROM GUINEA-PIG

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Overlying Junctional Sarcoplasmic Reticulum in Guinea-pig

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of L-type calcium current by internal potassium in guinea

Modulation of L-type calcium current by internal potassium in guinea pig patch electrode perfusion system (NPI Electronic, Tamm, FRG) was employed

SLC8A1 - Sodium/calcium exchanger 1 precursor - Cavia

Organism Cavia porcellus (Guinea pig) Status Reviewed-Annotation score: - Metal bindingi 479 Calcium 1By similarity 1 Metal bindingi 479 Calcium 2

of oxalate-dependent 45calcium accumulation in permeable

scientific article published in February 1988 inhibition by inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate of oxalate-dependent 45calcium accumulation in permeable guinea-pi

myocytes causes a transient increase in L-type calcium

Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Aug 1, 2000, SK Hall and others published Swelling of guinea-pig cardiac myocytes causes a transient increase in

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2005220- validate the performance of calcium scoring and in guinea pigs increases exponentially with metal-on-metal hip implants - Ronald Brow

Na+–Ca2+ exchange for the pacemaking mechanism in guinea-

calcium transients in a spontaneously beating cell.confocal microscopy (in the linescan configuration)guinea-pig SA node cells is not exclusively

triggered by L-type Ca2+ current and Na+ current in guinea

clamped ventricular myocytes isolated from guinea-whole-cell configuration of the patch-clamp Calcium measurements The spatiotemporal properties

Unidirectional calcium uptake at maternal and fetal surfaces

Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Apr 1, 1981, J. H. Sweiry and others published Unidirectional calcium uptake at maternal and fetal surfaces of the

Effects of calcium-antagonistic drugs on the stimulation by

Effects of calcium-antagonistic drugs on the stimulation by carbamoylcholine phosphatidylinositol turnover in longitudinal smooth muscle of guinea-pig ileu

Na/Ca exchange in triggering SR calcium release in guinea-

Abstract. Objective: This study examines the relative ability of sodium current (INa)-stimulated reverse mode Na/Ca exchange and the L-type calcium

PubMed | Inhibition of L-type calcium currents in guinea

PubMed journal article Inhibition of L-type calcium currents in guinea pig ventricular myocytes by the kappa-opioid agonist U50488H does not involve

effect of calcium antagonists on the activation of guinea

PubMed journal article The effect of calcium antagonists on the activation of guinea pig neutrophil were found in PRIME PubMed. Download Prime PubMed App

in Ebola Patients during a Clinical Trial, Guinea, 2015 -

By using data from a 2015 clinical trial on Ebola convalescent-phase plasma in Guinea, we assessed the prevalence of electrolyte and metabolic abnormalities

superficially located stores of calcium in guinea pig atria

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mitochondria in the guinea pig myocardium: Electron probe

Ho, R.; Fan, D.; Somlyo, A.V.; Somlyo, A.P., 2003: Calcium content of peripheral and central mitochondria in the guinea pig myocardium:

on L-type calcium channels in ventricular cells of guinea

Blocking effects of heteroclitin D and gomisin J on L-type calcium channels in ventricular cells of guinea pig of heteroclitin D (HD) and gomisin

to Magnesium Requirement and Toxicity in Guinea Pigs12

Relationship of Excess Calcium and Phosphorus to Magnesium Requirement and Toxicity in Guinea Pigs12 E. R. MORRIS 3 AND B. L. ODELL Department of

distribution of calcium in smooth muscle cells of guinea

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Selectivity of calcium channel blockers on T- and L-type

2015928-Get this from a library! Selectivity of calcium channel blockers on T- and L-type calcium currents in guinea-pig ventricular myocytes. [P De

of Calcium-Dependent Potassium Conductance of Guinea-Pig

J. Physiol. (1983), 342, pp.253-266 With 10 text-ftgurem Printed in Great Britain 253 DEPRESSION OF CALCIUM-DEPENDENT POTASSIUM C DEPRESSION

Sub-plasmalemmal [Ca2+]i upstroke in myocytes of the guinea-

[Ca2+]i upstroke in myocytes of the guinea-calcium stores which, upon reaching a critical No electronic compensation for the leakage

Contributes to Distinct Bimodal Distribution of Resting

201554-The resting membrane potential (RP) of vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs) is a major determinant of cytosolic calcium concentration and

Two types of calcium channels in guinea pig ventricular

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Effects of unsaturated fatty acids on calcium-activated

Effects of unsaturated fatty acids on calcium-activated potassium current in gastric myocytes of guinea pigs acids on calcium-activated potassium current i

distribution of calcium in smooth muscle cells of guinea

Popescu, L. M.; Diculescu, I.; Zelck, U.; Ionescu, N., 1974: Ultrastructural distribution of calcium in smooth muscle cells of guinea pig taenia

a Novel Highly Selective Inhibitor of the Sodium/Calcium

metal bars, so that animals could interact and such as the L-type calcium current, and(Fig 11) in guinea pigs provided similar results