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    1. Du, GG; Oyamada, H; Khanna, VK; MacLennan, DH
      Mutations to Gly(2370), Gly(2373) or Gly(2375) in malignant hyperthermia domain 2 decrease caffeine and cresol sensitivity of the rabbit skeletal-muscle Ca2+ -release channel (ryanodine receptor isoform 1)

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    2. Koulen, P; Janowitz, T; Johenning, FW; Ehrlich, BE
      Characterization of the calcium-release channel/ryanodine receptor from zebrafish skeletal muscle

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    3. Ikemoto, N; Yamamoto, T
      Postulated role of inter-domain interaction within the ryanodine receptor in Ca2+ channel regulation

      TRENDS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE
    4. Tanaka, H; Furuya, T; Kameda, N; Kobayashi, T; Mizusawa, H
      Triad proteins and intracellular Ca2+ transients during development of human skeletal muscle cells in aneural and innervated cultures

      JOURNAL OF MUSCLE RESEARCH AND CELL MOTILITY
    5. Schultz, S; Smith, DR; Mock, JJ; Schultz, DA
      Single-target molecule detection with nonbleaching multicolor optical immunolabels

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    6. Anderson, KE; Waite, JH
      Immunolocalization of Dpfp1, a byssal protein of the zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    7. Yamamoto, T; El-Hayek, R; Ikemoto, N
      Postulated role of interdomain interaction within the ryanodine receptor in Ca2+ channel regulation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Marty, I; Thevenon, D; Scotto, C; Groh, S; Sainnier, S; Robert, M; Grunwald, D; Villaz, M
      Cloning and characterization of a new isoform of skeletal muscle triadin

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Yano, M; Ono, K; Ohkusa, T; Suetsugu, M; Kohno, M; Hisaoka, T; Kobayashi, S; Hisamatsu, Y; Yamamoto, T; Kohno, M; Noguchi, N; Takasawa, S; Okamoto, H; Matsuzaki, M
      Altered stoichiometry of FKBP12.6 versus ryanodine receptor as a cause of abnormal Ca2+ leak through ryanodine receptor in heart failure

      CIRCULATION
    10. Protasi, F; Takekura, H; Wang, YM; Chen, SRW; Meissner, G; Allen, PD; Franzini-Armstrong, C
      RYR1 and RYR3 have different roles in the assembly of calcium release units of skeletal muscle

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    11. Fessenden, JD; Wang, YM; Moore, RA; Chen, SRW; Allen, PD; Pessah, IN
      Divergent functional properties of ryanodine receptor types 1 and 3 expressed in a myogenic cell line

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    12. Ikemoto, N; Yamamoto, T
      The luminal Ca2+ transient controls Ca2+ release/re-uptake of sarcoplasmicreticulum

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    13. Wild, JS; Girl, SN; Moore, R; Pessah, IN
      Characterization of [H-3]ryanodine binding sites in mammalian lung

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    14. Kasai, M; Kawasaki, T; Yamaguchi, N
      Regulation of the ryanodine receptor calcium release channel: a molecular complex system

      BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
    15. Zhang, XH; Wu, J; Shen, MX; Zhu, PH
      Calcium release induced by high K+ and caffeine in cultured skeletal muscle cells of embryonic chicken

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Saiki, Y; El-Hayek, R; Ikemoto, N
      Involvement of the Glu(724)-Pro(760) region of the dihydropyridine receptor II-III loop in skeletal muscle-type excitation-contraction coupling

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Yamamoto, T; Yano, M; Kohno, M; Hisaoka, T; Ono, K; Tanigawa, T; Saiki, Y; Hisamatsu, Y; Ohkusa, T; Matsuzaki, M
      Abnormal Ca2+ release from cardiac sarcoplasmic reticulum in tachycardia-induced heart failure

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    18. Serysheva, II; Schatz, M; van Heel, R; Chiu, W; Hamilton, SL
      Structure of the skeletal muscle calcium release channel activated with Ca2+ and AMP-PCP

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    19. Saiki, Y; Ikemoto, N
      Coordination between Ca2+ release and subsequent re-uptake in the sarcoplasmic reticulum

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    20. Caswell, AH; Motoike, HK; Fan, HR; Brandt, NR
      Location of ryanodine receptor binding site on skeletal muscle triadin

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    21. Froemming, GR; Murray, BE; Ohlendieck, K
      Self-aggregation of triadin in the sarcoplasmic reticulum of rabbit skeletal muscle

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOMEMBRANES
    22. FRANCK JPC; MORRISSETTE J; KEEN JE; LONDRAVILLE RL; BEAMSLEY M; BLOCK BA
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FIBER TYPE-SPECIFIC RYANODINE RECEPTOR ISOFORMS IN SKELETAL-MUSCLES OF FISH

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    23. QUINN KE; CASTELLANI L; ONDRIAS K; EHRLICH BE
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RYANODINE RECEPTOR CHANNEL OF INVERTEBRATE MUSCLE/

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    24. YAMAGUCHI N; KASAI M
      IDENTIFICATION OF 30 KDA CALSEQUESTRIN-BINDING PROTEIN, WHICH REGULATES CALCIUM-RELEASE FROM SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM OF RABBIT SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Biochemical journal
    25. YANO M; YAMAMOTO T; KOHNO M; HISAOKA T; ONO K; TANIGAWA T; UEYAMA T; OHKUSA T; MATSUZAKI M
      POLYLYSINE-INDUCED RAPID CA2-RETICULUM( RELEASE FROM CARDIAC SARCOPLASMIC)

      Journal of cardiovascular pharmacology
    26. Shoshan-Barmatz, V; Ashley, RH
      The structure, function, and cellular regulation of ryanodine-sensitive Ca2+ release channels

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 183
    27. PROTASI F; FRANZINIARMSTRONG C; ALLEN PD
      ROLE OF RYANODINE RECEPTORS IN THE ASSEMBLY OF CALCIUM-RELEASE UNITS IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      The Journal of cell biology
    28. OHKURA M; FURUKAWA KI; FUJIMORI H; KURUMA A; KAWANO S; HIRAOKA M; KUNIYASU A; NAKAYAMA H; OHIZUMI Y
      DUAL REGULATION OF THE SKELETAL-MUSCLE RYANODINE RECEPTOR BY TRIADIN AND CALSEQUESTRIN

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    29. ELHAYEK R; IKEMOTO N
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE MINIMUM ESSENTIAL REGION IN THE II-III LOOP OF THE DIHYDROPYRIDINE RECEPTOR ALPHA(1) SUBUNIT REQUIRED FOR ACTIVATION OF SKELETAL MUSCLE-TYPE EXCITATION-CONTRACTION COUPLING

      Biochemistry
    30. Zhao, SM; Brandt, NR; Caswell, AH; Lee, EYC
      Binding of the catalytic subunit of protein phosphatase-1 to the ryanodine-sensitive calcium release channel protein

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. WAGENKNECHT T; RADERMACHER M
      RYANODINE RECEPTORS - STRUCTURE AND MACROMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS

      Current opinion in structural biology
    32. MARKS AR
      INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM-RELEASE CHANNELS - REGULATORS OF CELL LIFE AND DEATH

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    33. ZUCCHI R; RONCATESTONI S
      THE SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM CA2+ CHANNEL RYANODINE RECEPTOR - MODULATION BY ENDOGENOUS EFFECTORS, DRUGS AND DISEASE STATES/

      Pharmacological reviews
    34. SUTKO JL; AIREY JA; WELCH W; RUEST L
      THE PHARMACOLOGY OF RYANODINE AND RELATED-COMPOUNDS

      Pharmacological reviews
    35. MUELLER F; BRIMACOMBE R
      A NEW MODEL FOR THE 3-DIMENSIONAL FOLDING OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI 16-S RIBOSOMAL-RNA .2. THE RNA-PROTEIN INTERACTION DATA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    36. PROTASI F; FRANZINIARMSTRONG C; FLUCHER BE
      COORDINATED INCORPORATION OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE DIHYDROPYRIDINE RECEPTORS AND RYANODINE RECEPTORS IN PERIPHERAL COUPLINGS OF BC(3)H1 CELLS

      The Journal of cell biology
    37. TARRONI P; ROSSI D; CONTI A; SORRENTINO V
      EXPRESSION OF THE RYANODINE RECEPTOR-TYPE-3 CALCIUM-RELEASE CHANNEL DURING DEVELOPMENT AND DIFFERENTIATION OF MAMMALIAN SKELETAL-MUSCLE CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    38. RUBTSOV AM; BATRUKOVA MA
      CA-RELEASE CHANNELS (RYANODINE RECEPTORS) OF SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM -STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES - A REVIEW

      Biochemistry
    39. SAIKI Y; IKEMOTO N
      FLUORESCENCE PROBE STUDY OF THE LUMENAL CA2-RETICULUM VESICLES DURINGCA2+ UPTAKE AND CA2+ RELEASE( OF THE SARCOPLASMIC)

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    40. NEEDLEMAN DH; HAMILTON SL
      FACTORS INFLUENCING [H-3] RYANODINE BINDING TO THE SKELETAL-MUSCLE CA2+ RELEASE CHANNEL

      Analytical biochemistry
    41. HAGSTROM JE; RYBAKOVA IN; STAEVA T; WOLFF JA; ERVASTI JM
      NONNUCLEAR DNA-BINDING PROTEINS IN STRIATED-MUSCLE

      Biochemical and molecular medicine
    42. OBA T; NIHONYANAGI K; TANGKAWATTANA P; YAMAGUCHI M
      A NOVEL PHASIC CONTRACTION INDUCED BY DITHIOTHREITOL IN FROG SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      General pharmacology
    43. TUNWELL REA; WICKENDEN C; BERTRAND BMA; SHEVCHENKO VI; WALSH MB; ALLEN PD; LAI FA
      THE HUMAN CARDIAC-MUSCLE RYANODINE RECEPTOR-CALCIUM RELEASE CHANNEL -IDENTIFICATION, PRIMARY STRUCTURE AND TOPOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

      Biochemical journal
    44. OTTINI L; MARZIALI G; CONTI A; CHARLESWORTH A; SORRENTINO V
      ALPHA-ISOFORMS AND BETA-ISOFORMS OF RYANODINE RECEPTOR FROM CHICKEN SKELETAL-MUSCLE ARE THE HOMOLOGS OF MAMMALIAN RYR1 AND RYR3

      Biochemical journal
    45. DOMBROWSKI L; ROY D; MARCOTTE B; MARETTE A
      A NEW PROCEDURE FOR THE ISOLATION OF PLASMA-MEMBRANES, T-TUBULES, ANDINTERNAL MEMBRANES FROM SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      American journal of physiology: endocrinology and metabolism
    46. SUTKO JL; AIREY JA
      RYANODINE RECEPTOR CA2- DOES DIVERSITY IN FORM EQUAL DIVERSITY IN FUNCTION( RELEASE CHANNELS )

      Physiological reviews
    47. INOUE K; TAKEUCHI Y; TAKEYAMA S; YAMAHA E; YAMAZAKI F; ODO S; HARAYAMA S
      ADHESIVE PROTEIN CDNA SEQUENCE OF THE MUSSEL MYTILUS-CORUSCUS AND ITSEVOLUTIONARY IMPLICATIONS

      Journal of molecular evolution
    48. MCCALL E; HRYSHKO LV; STIFFEL VM; CHRISTENSEN DM; BERS DM
      POSSIBLE FUNCTIONAL LINKAGE BETWEEN THE CARDIAC DIHYDROPYRIDINE AND RYANODINE RECEPTOR - ACCELERATION OF REST DECAY BY BAY-K-8644

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    49. OBRIEN J; BLOCK BA
      EFFECTS OF CA2-PHOSPHORYLATION IN MITOCHONDRIA FROM THE THERMOGENIC ORGAN OF MARLIN( ON OXIDATIVE)

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    50. SIERRALTA J; FILL M; SUAREZISLA BA
      FUNCTIONALLY HETEROGENOUS RYANODINE RECEPTORS IN AVIAN CEREBELLUM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    51. IKEMOTO N; ELHAYEK R
      RECIPROCAL CONTROL OF THE CONFORMATIONAL STATE OF THE SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM CALCIUM-CHANNEL PROTEIN BY POLARIZATION AND DEPOLARIZATION IN THE TRANSVERSE TUBULE

      FEBS letters
    52. INOUE K; TAKEUCHI Y; MIKI D; ODO S; HARAYAMA S; WAITE JH
      CLONING, SEQUENCING AND SITES OF EXPRESSION OF GENES FOR THE HYDROXYARGININE-CONTAINING ADHESIVE-PLAQUE PROTEIN OF THE MUSSEL MYTILUS-GALLOPROVINCIALIS

      European journal of biochemistry
    53. FERRARI MB; ROHRBOUGH J; SPITZER NC
      SPONTANEOUS CALCIUM TRANSIENTS REGULATE MYOFIBRILLOGENESIS IN EMBRYONIC XENOPUS MYOCYTES

      Developmental biology
    54. KANG JJ; CHENG YW; KO FN; KUO ML; LIN CN; TENG CM
      INDUCTION OF CALCIUM-RELEASE FROM SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE BY XANTHONE AND NORATHYRIOL

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    55. FRUEN BR; KANE PK; MICKELSON JR; LOUIS CF
      CHLORIDE-DEPENDENT SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM CA2+ RELEASE CORRELATES WITH INCREASED CA2+ ACTIVATION OF RYANODINE RECEPTORS

      Biophysical journal
    56. ELHAYEK R; YANO M; ANTONIU B; MICKELSON JR; LOUIS CF; IKEMOTO N
      ALTERED E-C COUPLING IN TRIADS ISOLATED FROM MALIGNANT HYPERTHERMIA-SUSCEPTIBLE PORCINE MUSCLE

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    57. MELZER W; HERRMANNFRANK A; LUTTGAU HC
      THE ROLE OF CA2-CONTRACTION COUPLING OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE FIBERS( IONS IN EXCITATION)

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, MR. Reviews on biomembranes
    58. MARTY I; ROBERT M; RONJAT M; BALLY I; ARLAUD G; VILLAZ M
      LOCALIZATION OF THE N-TERMINAL AND C-TERMINAL ENDS OF TRIADIN WITH RESPECT TO THE SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM MEMBRANE OF RABBIT SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Biochemical journal
    59. CARL SL; FELIX K; CASWELL AH; BRANDT NR; BRUNSCHWIG JP; MEISSNER G; FERGUSON DG
      IMMUNOLOCALIZATION OF TRIADIN, DHP RECEPTORS, AND RYANODINE RECEPTORSIN ADULT AND DEVELOPING SKELETAL-MUSCLE OF RATS

      Muscle & nerve
    60. LAVER DR; RODEN LD; AHERN GP; EAGER KR; JUNANKAR PR; DULHUNTY AF
      CYTOPLASMIC CA2-MUSCLE( INHIBITS THE RYANODINE RECEPTOR FROM CARDIAC)

      The Journal of membrane biology
    61. IVANENKO A; MCKEMY DD; KENYON JL; AIREY JA; SUTKO JL
      EMBRYONIC CHICKEN SKELETAL-MUSCLE CELLS FAIL TO DEVELOP NORMAL EXCITATION-CONTRACTION COUPLING IN THE ABSENCE OF THE ALPHA-RYANODINE RECEPTOR - IMPLICATIONS FOR A 2-RYANODINE RECEPTOR SYSTEM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    62. YANO M; ELHAYEK R; IKEMOTO N
      ROLE OF CALCIUM FEEDBACK IN EXCITATION-CONTRACTION COUPLING IN ISOLATED TRIADS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    63. TASKE NL; EYRE HJ; OBRIEN RO; SUTHERLAND GR; DENBOROUGH MA; FOSTER PS
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF THE CDNA-ENCODING HUMAN SKELETAL-MUSCLE TRIADIN AND ITS LOCALIZATION TO CHROMOSOME 6Q22-6Q23

      European journal of biochemistry
    64. OBRIEN J; VALDIVIA HH; BLOCK BA
      PHYSIOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE ALPHA-RYANODINE AND BETA-RYANODINE RECEPTORS OF FISH SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Biophysical journal
    65. FAN HR; BRANDT NR; PENG M; SCHWARTZ A; CASWELL AH
      BINDING-SITES OF MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES AND DIHYDROPYRIDINE RECEPTOR ALPHA(1) SUBUNIT CYTOPLASMIC II-III LOOP ON SKELETAL-MUSCLE TRIADIN FUSION PEPTIDES

      Biochemistry
    66. FAN HR; BRANDT NR; CASWELL AH
      DISULFIDE BONDS, N-GLYCOSYLATION AND TRANSMEMBRANE TOPOLOGY OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE TRIADIN

      Biochemistry
    67. YAMAGUCHI N; KAWASAKI T; KASAI M
      DIDS BINDING 30-KDA PROTEIN REGULATES THE CALCIUM-RELEASE CHANNEL IN THE SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    68. OGAWA Y
      ROLE OF RYANODINE RECEPTORS

      Critical reviews in biochemistry and molecular biology
    69. MOTOIKE HK; CASWELL AH; SMILOWITZ HM; BRANDT NR
      EXTRACTION OF JUNCTIONAL COMPLEXES FROM TRIAD JUNCTIONS OF RABBIT SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Journal of muscle research and cell motility
    70. TAKEKURA H; SUN XH; FRANZINIARMSTRONG C
      DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXCITATION-CONTRACTION COUPLING APPARATUS IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE - PERIPHERAL AND INTERNAL CALCIUM-RELEASE UNITS ARE FORMED SEQUENTIALLY

      Journal of muscle research and cell motility
    71. MEISSNER G
      RYANODINE RECEPTOR CA2+ RELEASE CHANNELS AND THEIR REGULATION BY ENDOGENOUS EFFECTORS

      Annual review of physiology
    72. FRANZINIARMSTRONG C; JORGENSEN AO
      STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF E-C COUPLING UNITS IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Annual review of physiology
    73. BLOCK BA
      THERMOGENESIS IN MUSCLE

      Annual review of physiology
    74. LIU GH; ABRAMSON JJ; ZABLE AC; PESSAH IN
      DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE AND FUNCTIONAL-ROLE OF HYPERREACTIVE SULFHYDRYLS ON THE RYANODINE RECEPTOR-TRIADIN COMPLEX SELECTIVELY LABELED BY THE COUMARIN MALEIMIDE THYLAMINO-3-(4'-MALEIMIDYLPHENYL)-4-METHYLCOUMARIN

      Molecular pharmacology
    75. ERXLEBEN C; PLATTNER H
      CA2+ RELEASE FROM SUBPLASMALEMMAL STORES AS A PRIMARY EVENT DURING EXOCYTOSIS IN PARAMECIUM CELLS

      The Journal of cell biology
    76. LIU GH; PESSAH IN
      MOLECULAR INTERACTION BETWEEN RYANODINE RECEPTOR AND GLYCOPROTEIN TRIADIN INVOLVES REDOX CYCLING OF FUNCTIONALLY IMPORTANT HYPERREACTIVE SULFHYDRYLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    77. GUO W; JORGENSEN AO; CAMPBELL KP
      CHARACTERIZATION AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL-LOCALIZATION OF A NOVEL 90-KDA PROTEIN UNIQUE TO SKELETAL-MUSCLE JUNCTIONAL SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    78. MURAYAMA T; OGAWA Y
      RELATIONSHIPS AMONG RYANODINE RECEPTOR ISOFORMS EXPRESSED IN VERTEBRATE SKELETAL-MUSCLES BASED ON IMMUNOLOGICAL CROSS-REACTIVITIES

      Journal of Biochemistry
    79. FOSTER PS
      THE ROLE OF PHOSPHOINOSITIDE METABOLISM IN CA2-MUSCLE CELLS( SIGNALING OF SKELETAL)

      International Journal of Biochemistry
    80. YANO M; ELHAYEK R; ANTONIU B; IKEMOTO N
      NEOMYCIN - A NOVEL POTENT BLOCKER OF COMMUNICATION BETWEEN T-TUBULE AND SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM

      FEBS letters
    81. KANG JJ; HSU KS; LINSHIAU SY
      EFFECTS OF BIPYRIDYLIUM COMPOUNDS ON CALCIUM-RELEASE FROM TRIADIC VESICLES ISOLATED FROM RABBIT SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    82. PERCIVAL AL; WILLIAMS AJ; KENYON JL; GRINSELL MM; AIREY JA; SUTKO JL
      CHICKEN SKELETAL-MUSCLE RYANODINE RECEPTOR ISOFORMS - ION-CHANNEL PROPERTIES

      Biophysical journal
    83. KAWASAKI T; KASAI M
      REGULATION OF CALCIUM-CHANNEL IN SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM BY CALSEQUESTRIN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    84. CORONADO R; MORRISSETTE J; SUKHAREVA M; VAUGHAN DM
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF RYANODINE RECEPTORS

      The American journal of physiology
    85. AIREY JA; BARING MD; BECK CF; CHELLIAH Y; DEERINCK TJ; ELLISMAN MH; HOUENOU LJ; MCKEMY DD; SUTKO JL; TALVENHEIMO J
      FAILURE TO MAKE NORMAL ALPHA-RYANODINE RECEPTOR IS AN EARLY EVENT ASSOCIATED WITH THE CROOKED NECK DWARF (CN) MUTATION IN CHICKEN

      Developmental dynamics
    86. AIREY JA; DEERINCK TJ; ELLISMAN MH; HOUENOU LJ; IVANENKO A; KENYON JL; MCKEMY DD; SUTKO JL
      CROOKED NECK DWARF (CN) MUTANT CHICKEN SKELETAL-MUSCLE CELLS IN LOW-DENSITY PRIMARY CULTURES FAIL TO EXPRESS NORMAL ALPHA-RYANODINE RECEPTOR AND EXHIBIT A PARTIAL MUTANT PHENOTYPE

      Developmental dynamics
    87. FLUCHER BE; ANDREWS SB; FLEISCHER S; MARKS AR; CASWELL A; POWELL JA
      TRIAD FORMATION - ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTION OF THE SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM CALCIUM-RELEASE CHANNEL AND TRIADIN IN NORMAL AND DYSGENIC MUSCLEIN-VITRO

      The Journal of cell biology
    88. DONOSO P; HIDALGO C
      PH-SENSITIVE CALCIUM-RELEASE IN TRIADS FROM FROG SKELETAL-MUSCLE - RAPID FILTRATION STUDIES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    89. HIDALGO C; JORQUERA J; TAPIA V; DONOSO P
      TRIADS AND TRANSVERSE TUBULES ISOLATED FROM SKELETAL-MUSCLE CONTAIN HIGH-LEVELS OF INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    90. KNUDSON CM; STANG KK; MOOMAW CR; SLAUGHTER CA; CAMPBELL KP
      PRIMARY STRUCTURE AND TOPOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF A SKELETAL MUSCLE-SPECIFIC JUNCTIONAL SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM GLYCOPROTEIN (TRIADIN)

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    91. OBRIEN J; MEISSNER G; BLOCK BA
      THE FASTEST CONTRACTING MUSCLES OF NONMAMMALIAN VERTEBRATES EXPRESS ONLY ONE ISOFORM OF THE RYANODINE RECEPTOR

      Biophysical journal
    92. MARTINEZAZORIN F; GOMEZFERNANDEZ JC; FERNANDEZBELDA F
      LIMITED CARBODIIMIDE DERIVATIZATION MODIFIES SOME FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF THE SARCOPLASMIC-RETICULUM CA2+ RELEASE CHANNEL

      Biochemistry
    93. AIREY JA; GRINSELL MM; JONES LR; SUTKO JL; WITCHER D
      3 RYANODINE RECEPTOR ISOFORMS EXIST IN AVIAN STRIATED MUSCLES

      Biochemistry
    94. SORRENTINO V; VOLPE P
      RYANODINE RECEPTORS - HOW MANY, WHERE AND WHY

      Trends in pharmacological sciences


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