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    1. Cox, RH; Lozinskaya, I; Dietz, NJ
      Differences in K+ current components in mesenteric artery myocytes from WKY and SHR

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    2. Miller, AW; Dimitropoulou, C; Han, GC; White, RE; Busija, DW; Carrier, GO
      Epoxyeicosatrienoic acid-induced relaxation is impaired in insulin resistance

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    3. 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
    4. Frau, A; Pisciotta, M; Gurrola, GB; Possani, LD; Prestipino, G
      Synthetic undecapeptide (NTX10-20) of noxiustoxin blocks completely the /(A) potassium currents of cerebellum granular cells

      EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL WITH BIOPHYSICS LETTERS
    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. Aldrich, RW
      Fifty years of inactivation

      NATURE
    7. 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
    8. 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
    9. Wulfsen, I; Hauber, HP; Schiemann, D; Bauer, CK; Schwarz, JR
      Expression of mRNA for voltage-dependent and inward-rectifying K channels in GH(3)/B-6 cells and rat pituitary

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    10. 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
    11. 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
    12. Paterno, R; Heistad, DD; Faraci, FM
      Potassium channels modulate cerebral autoregulation during acute hypertension

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Jackson, WF
      Ion channels and vascular tone

      HYPERTENSION
    14. 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
    15. Quan, L; Sobey, CG
      Selective effects of subarachnoid hemorrhage on cerebral vascular responses to 4-aminopyridine in rats

      STROKE
    16. Afanasieva, GV; Pokudin, NI; Postnov, AY
      Inheritance of augmented activity of Ca2+-dependent K+-channels in second generation hybrid rats (SHRxWKY)

      KARDIOLOGIYA
    17. 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
    18. Mitcheson, JS; Chen, J; Sanguinetti, MC
      Trapping of a methanesulfonanilide by closure of the HERG potassium channel activation gate

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Ghiani, CA; Eisen, AM; Yuan, XQ; DePinho, RA; McBain, CJ; Gallo, V
      Neurotransmitter receptor activation triggers p27(Kip1) and p21(CIP1) accumulation and G(1) cell cycle arrest in oligodendrocyte progenitors

      DEVELOPMENT
    20. Fletcher, JI; Wang, XH; Connor, M; Christie, MJ; King, GF; Nicholson, GM
      Spider toxins: A new group of potassium channel modulators

      PERSPECTIVES IN DRUG DISCOVERY AND DESIGN
    21. 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
    22. Pannicke, T; Reichenbach, A; Reichelt, W
      Outwardly rectifying K+ channels display clustering in guinea pig retinal Muller cells

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    23. Martinov, MV; Vitvitsky, VM; Ataullakhanov, FI
      Volume stabilization in human erythrocytes: combined effects of Ca2+-dependent potassium channels and adenylate metabolism

      BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
    24. Schubert, R; Mulvany, MJ
      The myogenic response: established facts and attractive hypotheses

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

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

      KARDIOLOGIYA
    27. 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
    28. Mills, JD; Pitman, RM
      Contribution of potassium conductances to a time-dependent transition in electrical properties of a cockroach motoneuron soma

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    29. Schweitz, H; Pacaud, P; Diochot, S; Moinier, D; Lazdunski, M
      MIT1, a black mamba toxin with a new and highly potent activity on intestinal contraction

      FEBS LETTERS
    30. Sobey, CG; Faraci, FM
      Inhibitory effect of 4-aminopyridine on responses of the basilar artery tonitric oxide

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    31. Xie, H; Bevan, JA
      Barium and 4-aminopyridine inhibit flow-initiated endothelium-independent relaxation

      JOURNAL OF VASCULAR RESEARCH
    32. YUAN XQ; EISEN AM; MCBAIN CJ; GALLO V
      A ROLE FOR GLUTAMATE AND ITS RECEPTORS IN THE REGULATION OF OLIGODENDROCYTE DEVELOPMENT IN CEREBELLAR TISSUE-SLICES

      Development
    33. 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
    34. POSSANI LD; ZURITA M; DELEPIERRE M; HERNANDEZ FH; RODRIGUEZ MH
      FROM NOXIUSTOXIN TO SHIVA-3, A PEPTIDE TOXIC TO THE SPOROGONIC DEVELOPMENT OF PLASMODIUM-BERGHEI

      Toxicon (Oxford)
    35. GEBICKEHAERTER PJ; LIEB K; ILLES P; BERGER M
      MICROGLIA - MECHANISMS OF ACTIVATION AND INVOLVEMENT IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISEASES

      Nervenarzt
    36. 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
    37. OHTA T; ITO S; NAKAZATO Y
      CA2-DEPENDENT K+ CURRENTS INDUCED BY MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR ACTIVATION IN GUINEA-PIG ADRENAL CHROMAFFIN CELLS()

      Journal of neurochemistry
    38. Inagaki, N; Seino, S
      ATP-sensitive potassium channels: Structures, functions, and pathophysiology

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    39. 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
    40. 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
    41. RANATUNGA KM; KERR ID; ADCOCK C; SMITH GR; SANSOM MSP
      PROTEIN-WATER-ION INTERACTIONS IN A MODEL OF THE PORE DOMAIN OF A POTASSIUM CHANNEL - A SIMULATION STUDY

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Biomembranes
    42. 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
    43. KAWAI Y; WIN J; COMER A; LIPSKI J
      O-2-SENSITIVE K-TREATED PC12 CELL VARIANTS( CURRENT IN UNDIFFERENTIATED AND NGF)

      NeuroReport
    44. 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
    45. BLANC E; SABATIER JM; KHARRAT R; MEUNIER S; ELAYEB M; VANRIETSCHOTEN J; DARBON H
      SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF MAUROTOXIN, A SCORPION TOXIN FROM SCORPIO-MAURUS, WITH HIGH-AFFINITY FOR VOLTAGE-GATED POTASSIUM CHANNELS

      Proteins
    46. DESCHAUX O; BIZOT JC; GOYFFRON M
      APAMIN IMPROVES LEARNING IN AN OBJECT RECOGNITION TASK IN RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    47. EGOROVA A; HOSHI N; KNIJNIK R; SHAHIDULLAH M; HASHII M; NODA M; HIGASHIDA H
      SULFHYDRYL MODIFICATION INHIBITS K-CURRENT WITH KINETICS CLOSE TO ACETYLCHOLINE IN RODENT NG108-15 CELLS( (M))

      Neuroscience research
    48. TAKAGI S; KIHARA Y; MITSUIYE T; WANG ZR; SASAYAMA S
      EFFECTS OF TILISOLOL, A NONSELECTIVE BETA-ADRENERGIC BLOCKER, ON THE MEMBRANE CURRENTS OF ISOLATED GUINEA-PIG VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    49. QUAYLE JM; NELSON MT; STANDEN NB
      ATP-SENSITIVE AND INWARDLY RECTIFYING POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN SMOOTH-MUSCLE

      Physiological reviews
    50. MOURRE C; FOURNIER C; SOUMIREUMOURAT B
      APAMIN, A BLOCKER OF THE CALCIUM-ACTIVATED POTASSIUM CHANNEL, INDUCESNEURODEGENERATION OF PURKINJE-CELLS EXCLUSIVELY

      Brain research
    51. MACDONALD AG
      EFFECT OF HIGH HYDROSTATIC-PRESSURE ON THE BK CHANNEL IN BOVINE CHROMAFFIN CELLS

      Biophysical journal
    52. KERR ID; SANSOM MSP
      THE PORE-LINING REGION OF SHAKER VOLTAGE-GATED POTASSIUM CHANNELS - COMPARISON OF BETA-BARREL AND ALPHA-HELIX BUNDLE MODELS

      Biophysical journal
    53. DELEPIERRE M; PROCHNICKACHALUFOUR A; POSSANI LD
      A NOVEL POTASSIUM CHANNEL BLOCKING TOXIN FROM THE SCORPION PANDINUS IMPERATOR - A H-1-NMR ANALYSIS USING A NANO-NMR PROBE

      Biochemistry
    54. MCNAMARA NMC; AVERILL S; WILKIN GP; DOLLY JO; PRIESTLEY JV
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL-LOCALIZATION OF A VOLTAGE-GATED K-SUBUNIT (K(V)1.2) IN THE RAT CEREBELLUM( CHANNEL ALPHA)

      European journal of neuroscience
    55. CHAN CB; MACPHAIL RM
      K-ATP CHANNEL-DEPENDENT AND INDEPENDENT PATHWAYS OF INSULIN-SECRETIONIN ISOLATED ISLETS FROM FA FA ZUCKER RATS/

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    56. BRAYDEN JE
      POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    57. 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
    58. SMITH JM; WAHLER GM
      ATP-SENSITIVE POTASSIUM CHANNELS ARE ALTERED IN VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES FROM DIABETIC RATS

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    59. DESARRO G; ONGINI E; BERTORELLI R; AGUGLIA U; DESARRO A
      ANTICONVULSANT ACTIVITY OF 5,7DCKA, NBQX, AND FELBAMATE AGAINST SOME CHEMOCONVULSANTS IN DBA 2 MICE/

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    60. 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
    61. BELCADIABBASSI W; DESTRADE C
      POSTTEST APAMIN INJECTION SUPPRESSES A KAMIN-LIKE EFFECT FOLLOWING A LEARNING SESSION IN MICE

      NeuroReport
    62. AKIYOSHI M; KAKEI M; NAKAZAKI M; TANAKA H
      A NEW HYPOGLYCEMIC AGENT, A-4166, INHIBITS ATP-SENSITIVE POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN RAT PANCREATIC BETA-CELLS

      American journal of physiology: endocrinology and metabolism
    63. CARNIO EC; VARANDA WA
      CALCIUM-ACTIVATED POTASSIUM CHANNELS ARE INVOLVED IN THE RESPONSE OF MOUSE LEYDIG-CELLS TO HUMAN CHORIONIC-GONADOTROPIN

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    64. ISHIKAWA T; MURAKAMI M
      TETRAETHYLAMMONIUM-INSENSITIVE, CA2-ACTIVATED WHOLE-CELL K+ CURRENTS IN RAT SUBMANDIBULAR ACINAR-CELLS()

      Pflugers Archiv
    65. CHALLINORROGERS JL; KONG DCM; ISKANDER MN; MCPHERSON GA
      STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIP OF GLIBENCLAMIDE ANALOGS - A COMPARISON OF POTENCY AS LEVCROMAKALIM ANTAGONISTS IN RAT AORTA VS AFFINITY FOR [H-3] GLIBENCLAMIDE BINDING TO MEMBRANES FROM RAT CEREBRAL-CORTEX

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    66. 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
    67. DARTT DA
      REGULATION OF INOSITOL PHOSPHATES, CALCIUM AND PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN THE LACRIMAL GLAND

      Progress in retinal and eye research
    68. ERDEMLI G; KRNJEVIC K
      GUANOSINE DIPHOSPHATE IS REQUIRED FOR ACTIVATION OF A GLYBURIDE, ATP AND CROMAKALIM-SENSITIVE OUTWARD CURRENT IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS

      NeuroReport
    69. LEVITAN IB
      MODULATION OF ION CHANNELS BY PROTEIN-PHOSPHORYLATION AND DEPHOSPHORYLATION

      Annual review of physiology
    70. 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
    71. SCHLICKER E; KATHMANN M; DETZNER M; EXNER HJ; GOTHERT M
      H-3 RECEPTOR-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF NORADRENALINE RELEASE - AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE INVOLVEMENT OF CA2-PROTEIN AND ADENYLATE-CYCLASE( ANDK+ IONS, G)

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    72. TERZIC A; TUNG RT; KURACHI Y
      NUCLEOTIDE REGULATION OF ATP-SENSITIVE POTASSIUM CHANNELS

      Cardiovascular Research
    73. HENRY P; ESCANDE D
      DO POTASSIUM CHANNEL OPENERS COMPETE WITH ATP TO ACTIVATE ATP-SENSITIVE POTASSIUM CHANNELS

      Cardiovascular Research
    74. 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
    75. FRIEDRICHS GS; CHI LG; GREEN AL; LUCCHESI BR
      ANTIFIBRILLATORY EFFECTS OF CLOFILIUM IN THE RABBIT ISOLATED HEART

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    76. MORATINOS J; REVERTE M
      EFFECTS OF CATECHOLAMINES ON PLASMA POTASSIUM - THE ROLE OF ALPHA-ADRENOCEPTORS AND BETA-ADRENOCEPTORS

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    77. PANCRAZIO JJ; TABBARA IA; KIM YI
      VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED K-PROLIFERATION IN SMALL-CELL LUNG-CANCER( CONDUCTANCE AND CELL)

      Anticancer research
    78. KAWAMURA A; WAHLER GM; SOLARO RJ
      RWJ-24517, A POSITIVE INOTROPIC AGENT, HAS NOVEL EFFECTS ON ACTION-POTENTIALS IN GUINEA-PIG MYOCARDIUM

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    79. OCANA M; DELPOZO E; BAEYENS JM
      GLIQUIDONE, AN ATP-DEPENDENT K-INDUCED HYPERMOTILITY( CHANNEL ANTAGONIST, ANTAGONIZES MORPHINE)

      European journal of pharmacology


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