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    1. Torsello, A; Rossoni, G; Locatelli, V; Colonna, VD; Bernareggi, M; Francolini, M; Muller, EE; Berti, F
      Hexarelin, but not growth hormone, protects heart from damage induced in vitro by calcium deprivation replenishment

      ENDOCRINE
    2. Baxter, K; Howden, BO; Jablonski, P
      Heart preservation with celsior solution improved by the addition of nitroglycerine

      TRANSPLANTATION
    3. Lawrence, CL; Rodrigo, GC
      The Na+-activated K+ channel contributes to K+ efflux in Na+-loaded guinea-pig but not rat ventricular myocytes

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Wu, S; Yu, XC; Shan, J; Wong, TM; Chen, CF; Pang, KT
      Cardiac effects of the extract and active components of radix stephaniae tetrandrae I. Electrically-induced intracellular calcium transient and protein release during the calcium paradox

      LIFE SCIENCES
    5. Macianskiene, R; Matejovic, P; Sipido, K; Flameng, W; Mubagwa, K
      Modulation of the extracellular divalent cation-inhibited non-selective conductance in cardiac cells by metabolic inhibition and by oxidants

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    6. Kanamasa, K; Ishida, N; Ishikawa, K
      Protective effect of PEG-SOD against early coronary reperfusion injury assessed in reperfused and non-reperfused ischaemic areas of the same heart

      ACTA CARDIOLOGICA
    7. Rossoni, G; Locatelli, V; Colonna, VD; Muller, EE; Berti, F
      Hexarelin, a growth hormone secretagogue, protects the isolated rat heart from ventricular dysfunction produced by exposure to calcium-free medium

      PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    8. Ray, M; Srivastava, S; Maitra, SC; Dubey, MP
      The hamster heart is resistant to calcium paradox

      PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    9. Ray, M; Roy, R; Chowdhury, PD; Srivastava, S; Dubey, MP
      The hamster heart: A paradox in itself

      PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    10. Miura, T; Liu, YG; Kita, H; Ogawa, T; Shimamoto, K
      Roles of mitochondrial ATP-sensitive K channels and PKC in anti-infarct tolerance afforded by adenosine A(1) receptor activation

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    11. Kawabata, K; Netticadan, T; Osada, M; Tamura, K; Dhalla, NS
      Mechanisms of ischemic preconditioning effects on Ca2+ paradox-induced changes in heart

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Lazou, A; Seraskeris, S; Tsiona, V; Drossos, G
      Oxidative status and anti-oxidant enzyme activity during calcium paradox in the rat isolated heart

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Jansen, M; Badlou, B; Echteld, C; Ruigrok, T
      Cytosolic Ca2+ concentration during Ca2+ depletion of isolated rat hearts

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. Rinne, T; Mutschler, E; Wimmer-Greinecker, G; Moritz, A; Olbrich, HG
      Vitamins C and E protect isolated cardiomyocytes against oxidative damage

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    15. Lobo, MVT; Alonso, FJM; del Rio, RM
      Immunocytochemical localization of taurine in different muscle cell types of the dog and rat

      HISTOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    16. Preckel, B; Schlack, W; Comfere, T; Thamer, V
      Effect of dantrolene in an in vivo and in vitro model of myocardial reperfusion injury

      ACTA ANAESTHESIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    17. Tribulova, N; Sosner, I; Varon, D; Manoach, M
      Attenuation of Ca paradox injury in guinea pig heart by K+ channel blocker, d-sotalol

      JOURNAL OF SUBMICROSCOPIC CYTOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY
    18. Nakamura, Y; Takemoto, N; Kuroda, H; Ohgi, S
      The advantages of normocalcemic continuous warm cardioplegia over low calcemic cardioplegia in myocardial protection

      SURGERY TODAY-THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF SURGERY
    19. Mizuno, J; Araki, J; Iribe, G; Maesako, M; Morita, T; Miyaji, K; Imaoka, T; Mohri, S; Sano, S; Ohe, T; Hirakawa, M; Suga, H
      Total Ca handling in canine mild Ca overload failing heart

      HEART AND VESSELS
    20. Verhoef, BAW; de Goeij, JJM; van der Vusse, GJ; de Voigt, MJA
      Microbeam PIXE analysis of Na, K, Mg, and Ca in severely damaged cardiac tissue

      BIOLOGICAL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH
    21. Guppy, LJ; Littleton, JM
      Damaging effects of the calcium paradox are reduced in isolated hearts from ethanol-dependent rats: Paradoxic effects of dihydropyridine drugs

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    22. Brurok, H; Berg, K; Sneen, L; Grant, D; Karlsson, JOG; Jynge, P
      Cardiac metal contents after infusions of manganese - An experimental evaluation in the isolated rat heart

      INVESTIGATIVE RADIOLOGY
    23. Wang, YG; Ashraf, M
      Role of protein kinase C in mitochondrial K-ATP channel-mediated protection against Ca2+ overload injury in rat myocardium

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    24. Bosteels, S; Matejovic, P; Flameng, W; Mubagwa, K
      Sodium influx via a non-selective pathway activated by the removal of extracellular divalent cations: possible role in the calcium paradox

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    25. Ascione, R; Gomes, WJ; Angelini, GD; Bryan, AJ; Suleiman, MS
      Warm blood cardioplegia reduces the fall in the intracellular concentration of taurine in the ischaemic/reperfused heart of patients undergoing aortic valve surgery

      AMINO ACIDS
    26. SCHEPKIN VD; CHOY IO; BUDINGER TF; OBAYASHI DY; TAYLOR SE; DECAMPLI WM; AMARTUR SC; YOUNG JN
      SODIUM TQF NMR AND INTRACELLULAR SODIUM IN ISOLATED CRYSTALLOID PERFUSED RAT-HEART

      Magnetic resonance in medicine
    27. JANSEN MA; VANECHTELD CJA; RUIGROK TJC
      AN INCREASE IN INTRACELLULAR [NA+] DURING CA2+ DEPLETION IS NOT RELATED TO CA2+ PARADOX DAMAGE IN RAT HEARTS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    28. JANSEN MA; VANECHTELD CJA; RUIGROK TJC
      NA+ CA2+ EXCHANGE DURING CA2+ REPLETION IS NOT A PREREQUISITE FOR THECA2+ PARADOX IN ISOLATED RAT HEARTS/

      Pflugers Archiv
    29. KAWABATA K; OSADA M; NETTICADAN T; DHALLA NS
      BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING ON CA2-HEART( PARADOX IN THE RAT)

      Life sciences (1973)
    30. BARANDIER CE; BOUCHER FR; DELEIRIS JP
      MANGANESE REDUCES MYOCARDIAL REPERFUSION INJURY ON ISOLATED RAT-HEART

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    31. VANECHTELD CJA; VANEMOUS JG; JANSEN MA; SCHREUR JHM; RUIGROK TJC
      MANIPULATION OF INTRACELLULAR SODIUM BY EXTRACELLULAR DIVALENT-CATIONS - A NA-23 AND P-31 NMR-STUDY ON INTACT RAT HEARTS

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    32. BANI D; MASINI E; BELLO MG; BIGAZZI M; SACCHI TB
      RELAXIN PROTECTS AGAINST MYOCARDIAL INJURY CAUSED BY ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION IN RAT-HEART

      The American journal of pathology
    33. TAKAHASHI K; SCHAFFER SW; AZUMA J
      TAURINE PREVENTS INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM OVERLOAD DURING CALCIUM PARADOX OF CULTURED CARDIOMYOCYTES

      Amino acids
    34. DUNCAN CJ
      AN HYPOTHESIS FOR PRECONDITIONING AND HEAT-SHOCK PROTEINS - A MODEL FOR ELUCIDATING DAMAGE PATHWAYS IN THE HEART

      Journal of thermal biology
    35. DUNCAN CJ
      A NEW LOOK AT MYOCARDIAL PRECONDITIONING

      Medical science research
    36. DIEDERICHS F
      A DECREASE OF BOTH [CA2-DAMAGE IN THE PERFUSED RAT-HEART(](E) AND [H+](E) PRODUCES CELL)

      Cell calcium
    37. SIMOR T; LORAND T; GASZNER B; ELGAVISH GA
      THE MODULATION OF PACING-INDUCED CHANGES IN INTRACELLULAR SODIUM-LEVELS BY EXTRACELLULAR CA2-PERFUSED RAT HEARTS( IN ISOLATED)

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    38. HARDING RJ; DUNCAN CJ
      PROTECTION AGAINST CELLULAR-DAMAGE IN THE PERFUSED RAT-HEART BY LOWERED PH

      European journal of pharmacology
    39. SULEIMAN MS; MOFFATT AC; DIHMIS WC; CAPUTO M; HUTTER JA; ANGELINI GD; BRYAN AJ
      EFFECT OF ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION ON THE INTRACELLULAR CONCENTRATIONOF TAURINE AND GLUTAMINE IN THE HEARTS OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING CORONARY-ARTERY SURGERY

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Biomembranes
    40. HARDING RJ; DUNCAN CJ
      PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF LIDOCAINE ON CELL-DAMAGE IN THE PERFUSED RAT-HEART

      Pathobiology
    41. HARDING RJ; DUNCAN CJ
      THE PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF LOWERED TEMPERATURE ON THE OXYGEN PARADOX INTHE RAT-HEART

      Pathobiology
    42. MATSUDA T; TAKUMA K; NISHIGUCHI E; ASANO S; HASHIMOTO H; AZUMA J; BABA A
      INVOLVEMENT OF NA-CA2+ EXCHANGER IN REPERFUSION-INDUCED DELAYED CELL-DEATH OF CULTURED RAT ASTROCYTES()

      European journal of neuroscience
    43. TAKEMOTO N; KURODA H; NAKAMURA Y; ICHIBA T; MATSUDA N; ASHIDA Y; HAMASAKI T; HARA Y; ISHIGURO S; MORI T
      EFFECTS OF CALCIUM IN CONTINUOUS CARDIOPLEGIA ON MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION

      SURGERY TODAY-THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF SURGERY
    44. ZIEGELHOFFER A; RAVINGEROVA T; DZURBA A; TRIBULOVA N; SLEZAK J; BREIER A; SZEKERES L
      PREVENTION BY 7-OXO-PROSTACYCLIN OF THE CALCIUM PARADOX IN RAT-HEART - ROLE OF THE SARCOLEMMAL (NA,K)-ATPASE

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    45. DUNCAN CJ; MORTON JW
      MEMBRANE DAMAGE AND THE CA2-PARADOX IN THE PERFUSED RAT-KIDNEY()

      Kidney international
    46. EBIHARA Y; TANI M; SHINMURA K; NAKAMURA Y; ASAKURA Y
      EFFECT OF STEPWISE NORMALIZATION OF PERFUSATE PH ON POSTISCHEMIC FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY AND CA2+ OVERLOAD IN ISOLATED RAT HEARTS

      Japanese Circulation Journal
    47. HAN J; KIM E; HO WK; EARM YE
      BLOCKADE OF THE ATP-SENSITIVE POTASSIUM CHANNEL BY TAURINE IN RABBIT VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    48. HARDING RJ; DUNCAN CJ
      EXTRACELLULAR K-DAMAGE IN THE RAT-HEART( AND PROTECTION AGAINST CELLULAR)

      European journal of pharmacology
    49. KATSUBE Y; SPERELAKIS N
      NA+ CA2+ EXCHANGE CURRENT - LACK OF EFFECT OF TAURINE/

      European journal of pharmacology
    50. TAKUMA K; MATSUDA T; KISHIDA Y; ASANO S; SEONG YH; BABA A
      HEAT-SHOCK PROTECTS CULTURED RAT ASTROCYTES IN A MODEL OF REPERFUSIONINJURY

      Brain research
    51. DANIELS S; DUNCAN CJ
      DUAL ACTIVATION OF THE DAMAGE SYSTEM THAT CAUSES THE RELEASE OF CYTOSOLIC PROTEINS IN THE PERFUSED RAT-HEART

      Cellular physiology and biochemistry
    52. MCCALL KE; DUNCAN CJ
      ACTIVATION OF THE MEMBRANE COMPLEX THAT CAUSES RELEASE OF CREATINE-KINASE IN MAMMALIAN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Cellular physiology and biochemistry
    53. ARAKI J; TAKAKI M; NAMBA T; MORI M; SUGA H
      CA2-FREE, HIGH-CA2+ CORONARY PERFUSION SUPPRESSES CONTRACTILITY AND EXCITATION-CONTRACTION COUPLING ENERGY()

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    54. BAKKER A; DENOLLIN S; VANVAECK L; SLEZAK J; RAVINGEROVA T; JACOB W; RUIGROK TJC
      LIDOCAINE DOES NOT PREVENT THE CALCIUM PARADOX IN RAT HEARTS - A LASER MICROPROBE MASS ANALYSIS (LAMMA) STUDY

      Life sciences
    55. DIEDERICHS F
      PROTECTION OF ISOLATED RAT-HEART AGAINST THE CA2- ARE GAP JUNCTION CHANNELS INVOLVED( PARADOX )

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    56. SCHNEIJDENBERG CTWM; VERKLEIJ AJ; POST JA
      AGGREGATION OF MYOCARDIAL SARCOLEMMAL TRANSMEMBRANE PROTEINS IS NOT HINDERED BY AN INTERACTION WITH THE CYTOSKELETON - POSSIBLE IMPLICATIONS FOR ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    57. PERSAD S; GUPTA KK; DHALLA NS
      STATUS OF CA2-CHANNELS IN HEARTS PERFUSED WITH CA2+-FREE MEDIUM AS WELL AS UPON REPERFUSION (CA2+-PARADOX)()

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    58. GOOSSENS A; VANDERELST L; VANHAVERBEKE Y; MULLER RN
      MECHANICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CARDIAC DISTURBANCES INDUCED BY BOLUS ADMINISTRATION OF IODINATED CONTRAST-MEDIA AND NONIODINATED SOLUTIONS

      Investigative radiology
    59. THOLLON C; ILIOU JP; CAMBARRAT C; ROBIN F; VILAINE JP
      NATURE OF THE CARDIOMYOCYTE INJURY-INDUCED BY LIPID HYDROPEROXIDES

      Cardiovascular Research
    60. MYERS ML; MATHUR S; LI GH; KARMAZYN M
      SODIUM-HYDROGEN EXCHANGE INHIBITORS IMPROVE POSTISCHEMIC RECOVERY OF FUNCTION IN THE PERFUSED RABBIT HEART

      Cardiovascular Research
    61. CHAPMAN RA
      COMMENTARIES ON THE END OF YEAR EDITORIAL ON THE DEFINITION OF ISCHEMIA IN LAST DECEMBERS ISSUE

      Cardiovascular Research
    62. DANIELS S; DUNCAN CJ
      IS THE PHOSPHOLIPASE A(2) PATHWAY IMPLICATED IN SARCOLEMMA DAMAGE OF THE RAT-HEART

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part C, Pharmacology toxicology & endocrinology
    63. MORTON JW; MCLOUGHLIN H; DUNCAN CJ
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL-CHANGES IN RAT-KIDNEY MITOCHONDRIA IN RESPONSE TO THEOXYGEN-PARADOX OR CALCIUM-PARADOX

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    64. TURNER O; PHOENIX J; WRAY S
      DEVELOPMENTAL AND GESTATIONAL CHANGES OF PHOSPHOETHANOLAMINE AND TAURINE IN RAT-BRAIN, STRIATED AND SMOOTH-MUSCLE

      Experimental physiology
    65. SATOH H
      REGULATION OF THE ACTION-POTENTIAL CONFIGURATION BY TAURINE IN GUINEA-PIG VENTRICULAR MUSCLES

      General pharmacology
    66. DUNCAN CJ
      THE ROLE OF OXYGEN RADICALS IN ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY IN THE HEART

      Medical science research
    67. XIN HB; ZHANG BH; SHEN HJ
      PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF CYPROHEPTADINE ON M YOCARDIAL REPERFUSION INJURY IN ISOLATED RAT HEARTS

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    68. GOTZSCHE LSBH; PEDERSEN EM
      DOSE-DEPENDENT CARDIOTOXIC EFFECT OF AMIODARONE IN CARDIOPLEGIC SOLUTIONS CORRELATES WITH LOSS OF DIHYDROPYRIDINE BINDING-SITES - IN-VITRO EVIDENCE FOR A POTENTIALLY LETHAL INTERACTION WITH PROCAINE

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    69. DANIELS S; DUNCAN CJ
      ARE OXYGEN RADICALS IMPLICATED IN THE CALCIUM PARADOX OF THE RAT-HEART

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    70. MARBER MS
      STRESS PROTEINS AND MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION

      Clinical science
    71. CHATAMRA KR; CHAPMAN RA
      THE EFFECT OF EXTRACELLULAR PH (PH(O)) UPON THE WHOLE-CELL NA-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS IN ISOLATED GUINEA-PIG VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES BATHED IN TYRODE SOLUTION FREE OF DIVALENT-CATIONS( CURRENT THROUGH THE L)

      Journal of physiology
    72. WAGENKNECHT B; FREUDENRICH CC; LEFURGEY A; LIEBERMAN M
      CALCIUM DEPLETION AND REPLETION IN CULTURED CHICK HEART-MUSCLE CELLS

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    73. TROUT JJ; LU CY; GOLDSTONE AD; IQBAL Z; KOENIG H
      POLYAMINES MEDIATE CORONARY TRANSCAPILLARY MACROMOLECULAR TRANSPORT IN THE CALCIUM PARADOX

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    74. YELLON DM; MARBER MS
      HSP70 IN MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA

      Experientia
    75. ASHRAF M; SULEIMAN J; AHMAD M
      CA2-HEART - ROLE OF ADENOSINE( PRECONDITIONING ELICITS A UNIQUE PROTECTION AGAINST THE CA2+ PARADOX INJURY IN RAT)

      Circulation research
    76. WIENEN W; JUNGLING E; KAMMERMEIER H
      ENZYME-RELEASE INTO THE INTERSTITIAL SPACE OF THE ISOLATED RAT-HEART INDUCED BY CHANGES IN CONTRACTILE PERFORMANCE

      Cardiovascular Research
    77. BOWMAN WC; CHOLERTON K; DOWNEY JM; FRANK M; HEUSCH G; HOLLANDS C; JANSE MJ; MORTON DB; RUIGROK TJC; SHERIDAN DJ; STARKE RD; VANDERGIESSEN WJ; VERDOUW PD; ZIPES DP
      COMMENTARIES ON THIS MONTHS CARDIOVASCULAR CONTROVERSY - THE MERITS AND DEMERITS OF ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION

      Cardiovascular Research
    78. SULEIMAN MS; MINEZAKI KK; BAN K; CHAPMAN RA
      A PHOSPHOLIPASE-A(2) INHIBITOR (RO-31-4493) PREVENTS PROTEIN LOSS ASSOCIATED WITH THE CALCIUM PARADOX IN ISOLATED GUINEA-PIG HEARTS WITHOUTEFFECT ON CONTRACTURE, CALCIUM OVERLOAD, OR THE CURRENTS THROUGH L-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Cardiovascular Research
    79. BABSON JR; GAVITT NE; DOUGHERTY JM
      CHLORPROMAZINE PROTECTION AGAINST CA2-DEPENDENT AND OXIDATIVE CELL INJURY - LIMITATIONS DUE TO DEPRESSED MITOCHONDRIAL-FUNCTION()

      Biochemical pharmacology
    80. DANIELS S; DUNCAN CJ
      THE EFFECT ON CREATINE-KINASE RELEASE OF ALTERED CONDITIONS IN THE CA-2+ PARADOX

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    81. DANIELS S; DUNCAN CJ
      BIOCHEMICAL PATHWAYS OF CELL-DAMAGE DURING THE OXYGEN PARADOX OF THE RAT-HEART

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    82. DANIELS S; DUNCAN CJ
      DOES THE PROTEIN-KINASE-C PATHWAY MODULATE SARCOLEMMA DAMAGE AND THE RELEASE OF CYTOSOLIC PROTEINS IN THE RAT-HEART

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    83. ZIEGELHOEFFER A; WILLSHAHAB L; RAVINGEROVA T; KUETTNER I
      DILTIAZEM PREVENTS THE DEPRESSION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE ACTIVITY-INDUCED BY THE CALCIUM PARADOX IN RAT

      Cardioscience
    84. VORK MM; GLATZ JFC; VANDERVUSSE GJ
      RELEASE OF FATTY-ACID-BINDING PROTEIN AND LONG-CHAIN FATTY-ACIDS FROMISOLATED RAT-HEART AFTER ISCHEMIA AND SUBSEQUENT CALCIUM PARADOX

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    85. PERSAD S; VRBANOVA A; MEIJ JTA; PANAGIA V; DHALLA NS
      POSSIBLE ROLE OF PHOSPHOLIPASE-C IN THE INDUCTION OF CA2-PARADOX IN RAT-HEART()

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    86. YANO K; MARUYAMA T; MAKINO N; MATSUI H; YANAGA T
      EFFECTS OF AMILORIDE ON THE MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    87. HISATOMI K; MARUYAMA H; ISOMURA T; AOYAGI S; KOSUGA K; OHISHI K
      BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF THE ADDITION OF NITROGLYCERIN TO THE CARDIOPLEGIC SOLUTION ON THE COLD-STORED REPERFUSED ISOLATED RAT-HEART

      Japanese Circulation Journal
    88. MARBER MS; WALKER JM; LATCHMAN DS; YELLON DM
      ATTENUATION BY HEAT-STRESS OF A SUBMAXIMAL CALCIUM PARADOX IN THE RABBIT HEART

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    89. ALI K; MORIMOTO M; FUKAYA Y; FURUKAWA Y
      IMPROVEMENT OF CARDIAC-FUNCTION IMPAIRED BY REPEATED ISCHEMIC ARRESTSIN ISOLATED RAT HEARTS

      The Annals of thoracic surgery
    90. HARA A; MATSUMURA H; ABIKO Y
      LIDOCAINE ATTENUATES BOTH MECHANICAL AND METABOLIC CHANGES INDUCED BYHYDROGEN-PEROXIDE IN THE RAT-HEART

      The American journal of physiology
    91. WEIS MT
      MAGNESIUM INFLUENCES INCORPORATION OF [H-3] ARACHIDONIC-ACID IN PERFUSED RABBIT HEARTS

      The American journal of physiology
    92. KUKREJA RC; LOESSER KE; KEARNS AA; NASEEM SA; HESS ML
      PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF HISTIDINE DURING ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION IN ISOLATED-PERFUSED RAT HEARTS

      The American journal of physiology
    93. ALABOVSKII VV; VINOKUROV AA
      EXTRACELLULAR PHOSPHOCREATINE METABOLISM OF ISOLATED RAT HEARTS DURING PERFUSION WITH MEDIUM OF CHANGED IONIC COMPOSITION

      Biochemistry
    94. ALABOVSKII VV; VINOKUROV AA
      ROLE OF EXTRACELLULAR-SODIUM IN THE PROPHYLACTIC EFFECT OF PHOSPHOCREATINE DURING THE CALCIUM PARADOX

      Biochemistry


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