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    1. Sandoz, G; Bichet, D; Cornet, V; Mori, Y; Felix, R; De Waard, M
      Distinct properties and differential beta subunit regulation of two C-terminal isoforms of the P/Q-type Ca2+-channel alpha(1A) subunit

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Empson, RM; Jefferys, JGR
      Ca2+ entry through L-type Ca2+ channels helps terminate epileptiform activity by activation of a Ca2+ dependent afterhyperpolarisation in hippocampalCA3

      NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Dogrul, A; Yesilyurt, O; Isimer, A; Guzeldemir, ME
      L-type and T-type calcium channel blockade potentiate the analgesic effects of morphine and selective mu opioid agonist, but not to selective delta and kappa agonist at the level of the spinal cord in mice

      PAIN
    4. Hernandez-Guijo, JM; Maneu-Flores, VE; Ruiz-Nuno, A; Villarroya, M; Garcia, AG; Gandia, L
      Calcium-dependent inhibition of L,N, and P/Q Ca2+ channels in chromaffin cells: Role of mitochondria

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Bourlier, V; Diserbo, M; Gourmelon, P; Verdetti, J
      Prolonged effects of acute gamma irradiation on acetylcholine-induced potassium currents in human umbilical vein endothelial cells

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    6. Ohta, T; Wakade, AR; Nakazato, Y; Ito, S
      Ca2+-dependent K+ current and exocytosis in responses to caffeine and muscarine in voltage-clamped guinea-pig adrenal chromaffin cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    7. Drinyaev, VA; Mosin, VA; Kruglyak, EB; Sterlina, TS; Kataev, AA; Berestovsky, GN; Kokoz, YM
      Effect of avermectins on Ca2+-dependent Cl- currents in plasmalemma of Chara corallina cells

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    8. Teramoto, N; Yunoki, T; Ikawa, S; Takano, Z; Tanaka, K; Seki, N; Naito, S; Ito, Y
      The involvement of L-type Ca2+ channels in the relaxant effects of the ATP-sensitive K+ channel opener ZD6169 on pig urethral smooth muscle

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    9. Berrou, L; Bernatchez, G; Parent, L
      Molecular determinants of inactivation within the I-II linker of alpha 1E (Ca(v)2.3) calcium channels

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    10. Luchian, T
      The influence exerted by the beta 3 subunit on MVIIA omega-conotoxin binding to neuronal N-type calcium channels

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOMEMBRANES
    11. Horiguchi, S; Watanabe, J; Kato, H; Baba, S; Shinozaki, T; Miura, M; Fukuchi, M; Kagaya, Y; Shirato, K
      Contribution of Na+/Ca2+ exchanger to the regulation of myogenic tone in isolated rat small arteries

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    12. Janssen, LJ; Premji, M; Hwa, LC; Cox, G; Keshavjee, S
      NO+ but not NO radical relaxes airway smooth muscle via cGMP-independent release of internal Ca2+

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Jaggar, JH; Nelson, MT
      Differential regulation of Ca2+ sparks and Ca2+ waves by UTP in rat cerebral artery smooth muscle cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Clark, SG; Fuchs, LC
      BKCa channels compensate for loss of NOS-dependent coronary artery relaxation in cardiomyopathy

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Paterno, R; Heistad, DD; Faraci, FM
      Potassium channels modulate cerebral autoregulation during acute hypertension

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Waterman, SA
      Voltage-gated calcium channels in autonomic neuroeffector transmission

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    17. Krovetz, HS; Helton, TD; Crews, AL; Horne, WA
      C-terminal alternative splicing changes the gating properties of a human spinal cord calcium channel alpha 1A subunit

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Jackson, WF
      Ion channels and vascular tone

      HYPERTENSION
    19. Holm, AN; Rich, A; Sarr, MG; Farrugia, G
      Whole cell current and membrane potential regulation by a human smooth muscle mechanosensitive calcium channel

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Quan, L; Sobey, CG
      Selective effects of subarachnoid hemorrhage on cerebral vascular responses to 4-aminopyridine in rats

      STROKE
    21. Blackburn-Munro, G; Brown, CH; Neumann, ID; Landgraf, R; Russell, JA
      Verapamil prevents withdrawal excitation of oxytocin neurones in morphine-dependent rats

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    22. Allgaier, C; Franke, H; Sobottka, H; Scheibler, P
      Acamprosate inhibits Ca2+ influx mediated by NMDA receptors and voltage-sensitive Ca2+ channels in cultured rat mesencephalic neurones

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    23. Afanasieva, GV; Pokudin, NI; Postnov, AY
      Inheritance of augmented activity of Ca2+-dependent K+-channels in second generation hybrid rats (SHRxWKY)

      KARDIOLOGIYA
    24. White, RM; Rivera, CO; Davison, CA
      Nitric oxide-dependent and-independent mechanisms account for gender differences in vasodilation to acetylcholine

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    25. Buschges, A; Wikstrom, MA; Grillner, S; El Manira, A
      Roles of high-voltage - Activated calcium channel subtypes in a vertebratespinal locomotor network

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    26. Gao, TY; Bunemann, M; Gerhardstein, BL; Ma, H; Hosey, MM
      Role of the C terminus of the alpha(1C) (Ca(v)1.2) subunit in membrane targeting of cardiac L-type calcium channels

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    27. Jeziorski, MC; Greenberg, RM; Anderson, PAV
      Cloning and expression of a jellyfish calcium channel beta subunit reveal functional conservation of the alpha(1)-beta interaction

      RECEPTORS & CHANNELS
    28. Pelligrino, DA; Santizo, RA; Wang, Q
      Miconazole represses CO2-induced pial arteriolar dilation only under selected circumstances

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    29. Martinov, MV; Vitvitsky, VM; Ataullakhanov, FI
      Volume stabilization in human erythrocytes: combined effects of Ca2+-dependent potassium channels and adenylate metabolism

      BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
    30. Mermelstein, PG; Foehring, RC; Tkatch, T; Song, WJ; Baranauskas, G; Surmeier, DJ
      Properties of Q-type calcium channels in neostriatal and cortical neurons are correlated with beta subunit expression

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    31. Fujii, K; Onaka, U; Abe, I; Fujishima, M
      Eicosanoids and membrane properties in arteries of aged spontaneously hypertensive rats

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    32. Schubert, R; Mulvany, MJ
      The myogenic response: established facts and attractive hypotheses

      CLINICAL SCIENCE
    33. Wei, EP; Kontos, HA
      Blockade of ATP-sensitive potassium channels in cerebral arterioles inhibits vasoconstriction from hypocapnic alkalosis in cats

      STROKE
    34. Afanasieva, GV; Avdonin, PV
      Elevated activity of Ca2+-dependent K+-channels in cells of spontaneously hypertensive rats

      KARDIOLOGIYA
    35. Maximova, NV; Chizhevskaya, SY; Karpov, YA; Postnov, YV
      Determination of activity of Ca2+-dependent K+-channels in red blood cellsin arterial hypertension: Potential method of differential diagnosis

      KARDIOLOGIYA
    36. Dolphin, AC; Wyatt, CN; Richards, J; Beattie, RE; Craig, P; Lee, JH; Cribbs, LL; Volsen, SG; Perez-Reyes, E
      The effect of alpha 2-delta and other accessory subunits on expression andproperties cf the calcium channel alpha 1G

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    37. Gerster, U; Neuhuber, B; Groschner, K; Striessnig, J; Flucher, BE
      Current modulation and membrane targeting of the calcium channel alpha(1c)Subunit are independent functions of the beta subunit

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    38. Wolfe, SE; Morris, SJ
      Dopamine D-2 receptor isoforms expressed in AtT20 cells differentially couple to G proteins to acutely inhibit high voltage-activated calcium channels

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    39. Cens, T; Restituito, S; Galas, S; Charnet, P
      Voltage and calcium use the same molecular determinants to inactivate calcium channels

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    40. DUNLAP KL; IKEDA SR
      RECEPTOR-MEDIATED PATHWAYS THAT MODULATE CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Seminars in the neurosciences
    41. GOLLASCH M; HAASE H; RIED C; LINDSCHAU C; MORANO I; LUFT FC; HALLER H
      L-TYPE CALCIUM-CHANNEL EXPRESSION DEPENDS ON THE DIFFERENTIATED STATEOF VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      The FASEB journal
    42. ANGULO MC; PARRA P; DIEUDONNE S
      CHICK CEREBELLAR PURKINJE-CELLS EXPRESS OMEGA-CONOTOXIN GVIA-SENSITIVE RATHER THAN FUNNEL-WEB SPIDER TOXIN-SENSITIVE CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Neuroscience
    43. PALMON SC; WILLIAMS MJ; LITTLETONKEARNEY MT; TRAYSTMAN RJ; KOSKKOSICKA D; HURN PD
      ESTROGEN INCREASES CGMP IN SELECTED BRAIN-REGIONS AND IN CEREBRAL MICROVESSELS

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    44. DOVE LS; ABBOTT LC; GRIFFITH WH
      WHOLE-CELL AND SINGLE-CHANNEL ANALYSIS OF P-TYPE CALCIUM CURRENTS IN CEREBELLAR PURKINJE-CELLS OF LEANER MUTANT MICE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    45. Le Grand, B; Panissie, A; Pauwels, PJ; John, GW
      Activation of recombinant h 5-HT1B and h 5-HT1D receptors stably expressedin C6 glioma cells produces increases in Ca2+-dependent K+ current

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    46. OHTA T; ITO S; NAKAZATO Y
      CA2-DEPENDENT K+ CURRENTS INDUCED BY MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR ACTIVATION IN GUINEA-PIG ADRENAL CHROMAFFIN CELLS()

      Journal of neurochemistry
    47. JEZIORSKI MC; GREENBERG RM; CLARK KS; ANDERSON PAV
      CLONING AND FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF A VOLTAGE-GATED CALCIUM-CHANNEL ALPHA(1) SUBUNIT FROM JELLYFISH

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    48. VANCE CL; BEGG CM; LEE WL; HAASE H; COPELAND TD; MCENERY MW
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION AND ASSOCIATION OF CALCIUM-CHANNEL ALPHA(1B) AND BETA-SUBUNITS DURING RAT-BRAIN ONTOGENY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. Wakamori, M; Yamazaki, K; Matsunodaira, H; Teramoto, T; Tanaka, I; Niidome, T; Sawada, K; Nishizawa, Y; Sekiguchi, N; Mori, E; Mori, Y; Imoto, K
      Single tottering mutations responsible for the neuropathic phenotype of the P-type calcium channel

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    50. SCHILLING L; KANZLER C; SCHMIEDEK P; EHRENREICH H
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RELAXANT ACTION OF UROCORTIN, A NEW PEPTIDE RELATED TO CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING FACTOR IN THE RAT ISOLATED BASILAR ARTERY

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    51. SATAKE K; TAKAGI K; KODAMA I; HONJO H; TOYAMA J; SHIBATA S
      RELAXANT EFFECTS OF NKH477, A NEW WATER-SOLUBLE FORSKOLIN DERIVATIVE,ON GUINEA-PIG TRACHEAL SMOOTH-MUSCLE - THE ROLE OF CA2-ACTIVATED K+ CHANNELS()

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    52. WANG QO; BRYAN RM; PELLIGRINO DA
      CALCIUM-DEPENDENT AND ATP-SENSITIVE POTASSIUM CHANNELS AND THE PERMISSIVE FUNCTION OF CYCLIC-GMP IN HYPERCAPNIA-INDUCED PIAL ARTERIOLAR RELAXATION

      Brain research
    53. NEWCOMB R; SZOKE B; PALMA A; WANG G; CHEN XH; HOPKINS W; CONG R; MILLER J; URGE L; TARCZYHORNOCH K; LOO JA; DOOLEY DJ; NADASDI L; TSIEN RW; LEMOS J; MILJANICH G
      SELECTIVE PEPTIDE ANTAGONIST OF THE CLASS-E CALCIUM-CHANNEL FROM THE VENOM OF THE TARANTULA HYSTEROCRATES-GIGAS

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    54. HEWAWASAM P; MEANWELL NA
      DISCOVERY OF A NOVEL CLASS OF BK CHANNEL OPENERS - ENANTIOSPECIFIC SYNTHESIS AND BK CHANNEL OPENING ACTIVITY OF HYDRO-3-HYDROXY-6-(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)-2H-INDOL-2-ONE

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
    55. ADEAGBO ASO
      ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED HYPERPOLARIZING FACTOR - CHARACTERIZATION AS A CYTOCHROME-P450 1A-LINKED METABOLITE OF ARACHIDONIC-ACID IN PERFUSED RATMESENTERIC PREARTERIOLAR BED

      American journal of hypertension
    56. DOBREV D; ANDREAS K
      MODULATION OF POTASSIUM-EVOKED [H-3] DOPAMINE RELEASE FROM RAT STRIATAL SLICES BY VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED CALCIUM-CHANNEL LIGANDS - EFFECTS OF OMEGA-CONOTOXIN-MVIIC

      Neurochemical research
    57. DESCHAUX O; BIZOT JC; GOYFFRON M
      APAMIN IMPROVES LEARNING IN AN OBJECT RECOGNITION TASK IN RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    58. LI SB; CHEN TH; ZHUGE RH; HSU WH
      EFFECT OF U-73122 ON CALCIUM-CHANNEL ACTIVITY IN PORCINE MYOMETRIAL CELLS AND PANCREATIC BETA-CELL LINE RINM5F

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    59. KAGEYAMA M; FUJITA H; NAKATA K; SHIRASAWA E; KANAI A
      EFFECTS OF THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSANT CYCLOSPORINE-A ON NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE FROM PERIPHERAL NONADRENERGIC, NONCHOLINERGIC NERVES

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    60. NOGUERA MA; IVORRA MD; CHULIA S; DOCON P
      CAPACITATIVE CA2-ADRENOCEPTORS IN RAT AORTA( ENTRY ASSOCIATED WITH ALPHA(1))

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    61. KAGEYAMA M; FUJITA H; NAKATA K; SHIRASAWA E
      INVOLVEMENT OF BOTH L-TYPE AND N-TYPE VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CA2-EVOKED AND VERATRIDINE-EVOKED TRANSMITTER RELEASE FROM NONADRENERGIC, NONCHOLINERGIC NERVES IN THE RABBIT IRIS SPHINCTER MUSCLE( CHANNELS IN KCL)

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    62. ELMANIRA A; BUSSIERES N
      CALCIUM-CHANNEL SUBTYPES IN LAMPREY SENSORY AND MOTOR-NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    63. WILEY JW; MOISES HC; GROSS RA; MACDONALD RL
      DYNORPHIN A-MEDIATED REDUCTION IN MULTIPLE CALCIUM CURRENTS INVOLVES A G(0-ALPHA)-SUBTYPE G-PROTEIN IN RAT PRIMARY AFFERENT NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    64. NOMURA Y; ASANO M; ITO K; UYAMA Y; IMAIZUMI Y; WATANABE M
      POTENT VASOCONSTRICTOR ACTIONS OF CYCLOPIAZONIC ACID AND THAPSIGARGINON FEMORAL ARTERIES FROM SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    65. MOLLARD P; SCHLEGEL W
      WHY ARE ENDOCRINE PITUITARY-CELLS EXCITABLE

      Trends in endocrinology and metabolism
    66. SUENAGA H; KASUYA Y; KAMATA K
      GTP-BINDING PROTEIN REGULATES THE CONTRACTILE RESPONSE ELICITED BY THE PHORBOL ESTER (PMA)-INDUCED ACTIVATION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN THE ISOLATED RAT AORTA

      General pharmacology
    67. RUSCH NJ; LIU YP; PLEYTE KA
      MECHANISMS FOR REGULATION OF ARTERIAL TONE BY CA2-DEPENDENT K+ CHANNELS IN HYPERTENSION()

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    68. BAADER SL; SCHILLING K
      GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS MEDIATE DYNAMIC REGULATION OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE EXPRESSION IN CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    69. PFEIFFERLINN CL; LASATER EM
      WHOLE-CELL AND SINGLE-CHANNEL PROPERTIES OF A UNIQUE VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED SUSTAINED CALCIUM CURRENT IDENTIFIED IN TELEOST RETINAL HORIZONTAL CELLS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    70. DEGTIAR VE; WITTIG B; SCHULTZ G; KALKBRENNER F
      A SPECIFIC G(0) HETEROTRIMER COUPLES SOMATOSTATIN RECEPTORS TO VOLTAGE-GATED CALCIUM CHANNELS IN RINM5F CELLS

      FEBS letters
    71. HU SL; KIM HS
      ON THE MECHANISM OF THE DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF NS004 AND NS1608 IN SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS FROM GUINEA-PIG BLADDER

      European journal of pharmacology
    72. ASANO M; KUWAKO M; NOMURA Y; ITO KM; ITO K; UYAMA Y; IMAIZUMI Y; WATANABE M
      POSSIBLE MECHANISM OF THE POTENT VASOCONSTRICTOR ACTIONS OF RYANODINEON FEMORAL ARTERIES FROM SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    73. BELCADIABBASSI W; DESTRADE C
      POSTTEST APAMIN INJECTION SUPPRESSES A KAMIN-LIKE EFFECT FOLLOWING A LEARNING SESSION IN MICE

      NeuroReport
    74. BRAUN S; SARKOZI E; MCFERRIN J; ASKANAS V
      HYDROCORTISONE INFLUENCES VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT L-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS IN CULTURED HUMAN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Journal of neuroscience research
    75. SCHOFL C; SCHULTE P; ROSSIG L; VONZURMUHLEN A; BRABANT G
      VASOPRESSIN INDUCES FREQUENCY-MODULATED REPETITIVE CALCIUM TRANSIENTSIN SINGLE INSULIN-SECRETING HIT CELLS

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    76. CHAVIS P; NOONEY JM; BOCKAERT J; FAGNI L; FELTZ A; BOSSU JL
      FACILITATORY COUPLING BETWEEN A GLUTAMATE METABOTROPIC RECEPTOR AND DIHYDROPYRIDINE-SENSITIVE CALCIUM CHANNELS IN CULTURED CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    77. MANTEGAZZA M; FASOLATO C; HESCHELER J; PIETROBON D
      STIMULATION OF SINGLE L-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS IN RAT PITUITARY GH(3) CELLS BY THYROTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE

      EMBO journal
    78. TAREILUS E; BREER H
      PRESYNAPTIC CALCIUM CHANNELS - PHARMACOLOGY AND REGULATION

      Neurochemistry international
    79. ISHIKAWA T; MURAKAMI M
      TETRAETHYLAMMONIUM-INSENSITIVE, CA2-ACTIVATED WHOLE-CELL K+ CURRENTS IN RAT SUBMANDIBULAR ACINAR-CELLS()

      Pflugers Archiv
    80. GRAHAM ME; BURGOYNE RD
      EFFECTS OF CALCIUM-CHANNEL ANTAGONISTS ON CALCIUM-ENTRY AND GLUTAMATERELEASE FROM CULTURED RAT CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    81. MAUBECIN VA; SANCHEZ VN; SIRI MDR; CHERKSEY BD; SUGIMORI M; LLINAS R; UCHITEL OD
      PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CA2-NERVOUS-SYSTEM( CHANNELS PRESENT IN SYNAPTOSOMES FROM RAT AND CHICKEN CENTRAL)

      Journal of neurochemistry
    82. ARREOLA J; MELVIN JE; BEGENISICH T
      INHIBITION OF CA2-DEPENDENT CL- CHANNELS FROM SECRETORY EPITHELIAL-CELLS BY LOW INTERNAL PH()

      The Journal of membrane biology
    83. LARA B; ZAPATER P; MONTIEL C; DELAFUENTE MT; MARTINEZSIERRA R; BALLESTA JJ; GANDIA L; GARCIA AG
      DENSITY OF APAMIN-SENSITIVE CA2-DEPENDENT K+ CHANNELS IN BOVINE CHROMAFFIN CELLS - RELEVANCE TO SECRETION()

      Biochemical pharmacology
    84. SCHMANNS H; FRIAUF E
      K- AND TRANSMITTER-INDUCED RISES IN [CA2+](I) IN AUDITORY NEURONS OF DEVELOPING RATS()

      NeuroReport
    85. GODFRAIND T
      CARDIOSELECTIVITY OF CALCIUM-ANTAGONISTS

      Cardiovascular drugs and therapy
    86. SHARP FR; BUTMAN M; KOISTINAHO J; AARDALEN K; NAKKI R; MASSA SM; SWANSON RA; SAGAR SM
      PHENCYCLIDINE INDUCTION OF THE HSP70 STRESS GENE IN INJURED PYRAMIDALNEURONS IS MEDIATED VIA MULTIPLE RECEPTORS AND VOLTAGE-GATED CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Neuroscience
    87. LEVITAN IB
      MODULATION OF ION CHANNELS BY PROTEIN-PHOSPHORYLATION AND DEPHOSPHORYLATION

      Annual review of physiology
    88. OLIVERA BM; MILJANICH GP; RAMACHANDRAN J; ADAMS ME
      CALCIUM-CHANNEL DIVERSITY AND NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE - THE OMEGA-CONOTOXINS AND OMEGA-AGATOXINS

      Annual review of biochemistry
    89. FUJIYAMA R; MIYAMOTO T; SATO T
      DIFFERENTIAL DISTRIBUTION OF 2 CA2-DEPENDENT AND CA+-INDEPENDENT K+ CHANNELS THROUGHOUT RECEPTIVE AND BASOLATERAL MEMBRANES OF BULLFROG TASTE CELLS()

      Pflugers Archiv
    90. ROTHE T; GRANTYN R
      RETINAL GANGLION NEURONS EXPRESS A TOXIN-RESISTANT DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED NOVEL TYPE OF HIGH-VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED CALCIUM-CHANNEL

      Journal of neurophysiology
    91. WILLIAMS ME; MARUBIO LM; DEAL CR; HANS M; BRUST PF; PHILIPSON LH; MILLER RJ; JOHNSON EC; HARPOLD MM; ELLIS SB
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF NEURONAL ALPHA(1E) CALCIUM-CHANNEL SUBTYPES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    92. SILVA EG; FREDIANINETO E; FERREIRA AT; PAIVA ACM; PAIVA TB
      ROLE OF CA2-DEPENDENT K-CHANNELS IN THE MEMBRANE-POTENTIAL AND CONTRACTILITY OF AORTA FROM SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS()

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    93. HALL AC; LIEB WR; FRANKS NP
      INSENSITIVITY OF P-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS TO INHALATIONAL AND INTRAVENOUS GENERAL-ANESTHETICS

      Anesthesiology
    94. LIEVANO A; BOLDEN A; HORN R
      CALCIUM CHANNELS IN EXCITABLE CELLS - DIVERGENT GENOTYPIC AND PHENOTYPIC-EXPRESSION OF ALPHA(1)-SUBUNITS

      The American journal of physiology
    95. KALTHOF B; BECHEM M; POTT L; SCHRAMM M
      MONITORING OF CA2-TRANSIENTS IN ELECTRICALLY STIMULATED A7R5 VASCULARSMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS FILLS THE EXPERIMENTAL GAP BETWEEN KCL-INDUCED DEPOLARIZATION AND PATCH-CLAMP STUDIES()

      Journal of pharmacological and toxicological methods
    96. MILLER RJ
      A TALE OF 2 TOXINS

      Current biology
    97. ASANO M; MATSUDA T; HAYAKAWA M; ITO KM; ITO K
      INCREASED RESTING CA2+ MAINTAINS THE MYOGENIC TONE AND ACTIVATES K+ CHANNELS IN ARTERIES FROM YOUNG SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      European journal of pharmacology. Molecular pharmacology section
    98. SATHER WA; TANABE T; ZHANG JF; MORI Y; ADAMS ME; TSIEN RW
      DISTINCTIVE BIOPHYSICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF CLASS-A (BI) CALCIUM-CHANNEL ALPHA(1)-SUBUNITS

      Neuron
    99. MORATINOS J; REVERTE M
      EFFECTS OF CATECHOLAMINES ON PLASMA POTASSIUM - THE ROLE OF ALPHA-ADRENOCEPTORS AND BETA-ADRENOCEPTORS

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    100. WILLIAMS PJ; PITTMAN QJ; MACVICAR BA
      BLOCKADE BY FUNNEL-WEB TOXIN OF A CALCIUM CURRENT IN THE INTERMEDIATEPITUITARY OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters


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