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    1. Djavaheri-Mergny, M; Marsac, C; Maziere, C; Santus, R; Michel, L; Dubertret, L; Maziere, JC
      UV-A irradiation induces a decrease in the mitochondrial respiratory activity of human NCTC 2544 keratinocytes

      FREE RADICAL RESEARCH
    2. Pelzmann, B; Schaffer, P; Bernhart, E; Lang, P; Machler, H; Rigler, B; Koidl, B
      Effects of K+ channel openers on I-K(ATP) of human atrial myocytes at physiological temperatures

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    3. Newton, CJ; Bilko, D; Pappa, S; Atkin, SL
      Dexamethasone blocks antioestrogen- and oxidant-induced death of pituitarytumour cells

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    4. Suzuki, M; Li, RA; Miki, T; Uemura, H; Sakamoto, N; Ohmoto-Sekine, Y; Tamagawa, M; Ogura, T; Seino, S; Marban, E; Nakaya, H
      Functional roles of cardiac and vascular ATP-sensitive potassium channels clarified by Kir6.2-knockout mice

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    5. Becker, B; Antoine, MH; Nguyen, QA; Rigo, B; Cosgrove, KE; Barnes, PD; Dunne, MJ; Pirotte, B; Lebrun, P
      Synthesis and characterization of a quinolinonic compound activating ATP-sensitive K+ channels in endocrine smooth muscle tissues

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Suzuki, A; Kawano, H; Hayashida, M; Hayasaki, Y; Tsutomi, Y; Akahane, K
      Procaspase 3/p21 complex formation to resist Fas-mediated cell death is initiated as a result of the phosphorylation of p21 by protein kinase A

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    7. Gong, Q; Kakei, M; Koriyama, N; Nakazaki, M; Morimitsu, S; Yaekura, K; Tei, C
      P2Y-purinoceptor mediated inhibition of L-type Ca2+ channels in rat pancreatic beta-cells

      CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    8. Nakazaki, M; Kakei, M; Yaekura, K; Koriyama, N; Morimitsu, S; Ichinari, K; Yada, T; Tei, CW
      Diverse effects of hydrogen peroxide on cytosolic Ca2+ homeostasis in rat pancreatic beta-cells

      CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    9. Takesada, H; Ebisawa, K; Toyosaki, H; Suzuki, E; Kawahara, Y; Kojima, H; Tanaka, T
      A convenient NMR method for in situ observation of aerobically cultured cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    10. O'Brien, T; Babcock, G; Cornelius, J; Dingeldein, M; Talaska, G; Warshawsky, D; Mitchell, K
      A comparison of apoptosis and necrosis induced by hepatotoxins in HepG2 cells

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    11. Sun, XD; Lee, EW; Wong, EH; Lee, KS
      ATP-sensitive potassium channels in freshly dissociated adult rat striatalneurons: activation by metabolic inhibitors and the dopaminergic receptor agonist quinpirole

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Pelletier, MR; Pahapill, PA; Pennefather, PS; Carlen, PL
      Analysis of single K-ATP channels in mammalian dentate gyrus granule cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    13. Tanizawa, Y; Matsuda, K; Matsuo, M; Ohta, Y; Ochi, N; Adachi, M; Koga, M; Mizuno, S; Kajita, M; Tanaka, Y; Tachibana, K; Inoue, H; Furukawa, S; Amachi, T; Ueda, K; Oka, Y
      Genetic analysis of Japanese patients with persistent hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia of infancy - Nucleotide-binding fold-2 mutation impairs cooperative binding of adenine nucleotides to sulfonylurea receptor 1

      DIABETES
    14. Funabashi, H; Imajo, T; Kojima, J; Kobatake, E; Aizawa, M
      Bioluminescent monitoring of intracellular ATP during fermentation

      LUMINESCENCE
    15. Koester, SK; Bolton, WE
      Differentiation and assessment of cell death

      CLINICAL CHEMISTRY AND LABORATORY MEDICINE
    16. Miki, T; Nagashima, K; Seino, S
      The structure and function of the ATP-sensitive K+ channel in insulin-secreting pancreatic beta-cells

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    17. Sireci, G; Hopps, V; Galione, A; Vetri, P; Biondi, F
      Effects of glyburide-cyclosporin A interaction on interleukin-2 productionin rats

      IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY AND IMMUNOTOXICOLOGY
    18. Gillessen, S; Kammermeier, H
      Effects of high glucose on the hypoxic isolated guinea pig heart: interactions with ATP-dependent K+ channels?

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENERAL SUBJECTS
    19. Liu, MT; Seino, S; Kirchgessner, AL
      Identification and characterization of glucoresponsive neurons in the enteric nervous system

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    20. Hayashi, M; Sakai, T; Hasegawa, Y; Nishikawahara, T; Tomioka, H; Iida, A; Shimizu, N; Tomita, M; Awazu, S
      Physiological mechanism for enhancement of paracellular drug transport

      JOURNAL OF CONTROLLED RELEASE
    21. Joo, HJ; Ma, JY; Choo, YG; Choi, BK; Jung, KY
      Age-related alteration of intracellular ATP maintenance in the cell suspensions of mice cerebral cortex

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    22. Verrecchia, F; Duthe, F; Duval, S; Duchatelle, I; Sarrouilhe, D; Herve, JC
      ATP counteracts the rundown of gap junctional channels of rat ventricular myocytes by promoting protein phosphorylation

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    23. Akiyoshi, H; Iwamoto, M; Nakaya, Y
      Lactate stimulates insulin secretion without blocking the K+ channels in HIT-T15 insulinoma cells

      HORMONE AND METABOLIC RESEARCH
    24. Bialik, S; Cryns, VL; Drincic, A; Miyata, S; Wollowick, AL; Srinivasan, A; Kitsis, RN
      The mitochondrial apoptotic pathway is activated by serum and glucose deprivation in cardiac myocytes

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    25. Kinard, TA; de Vries, G; Sherman, A; Satin, LS
      Modulation of the bursting properties of single mouse pancreatic beta-cells by artificial conductances

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    26. Vayssier, M; Polla, BS
      Heat shock proteins chaperoning life and death

      CELL STRESS & CHAPERONES
    27. VAYSSIER M; BANZET N; FRANCOIS D; BELLMANN K; POLLA BS
      TOBACCO-SMOKE INDUCES BOTH APOPTOSIS AND NECROSIS IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS - DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF HSP70

      American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology
    28. LELLI JL; BECKS LL; DABROWSKA MI; HINSHAW DB
      ATP CONVERTS NECROSIS TO APOPTOSIS IN OXIDANT-INJURED ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS

      Free radical biology & medicine
    29. YOKOSHIKI H; SUNAGAWA M; SEKI T; SPERELAKIS N
      ATP-SENSITIVE K-MUSCLE CELLS( CHANNELS IN PANCREATIC, CARDIAC, AND VASCULAR SMOOTH)

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    30. KOESTER SK; SCHLOSSMAN SE; ZHANG CH; DECKER SJ; BOLTON WE
      APO2.7 DEFINES A SHARED APOPTOTIC-NECROTIC PATHWAY IN A BREAST-TUMOR HYPOXIA MODEL

      Cytometry
    31. He, LP; Mears, D; Atwater, I; Kitasato, H
      Glucagon induces suppression of ATP-sensitive K+ channel activity through a Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent pathway in mouse pancreatic beta-cells

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    32. MAUERER UR; BOULPAEP EL; SEGAL AS
      PROPERTIES OF AN INWARDLY RECTIFYING ATP-SENSITIVE K+ CHANNEL IN THE BASOLATERAL MEMBRANE OF RENAL PROXIMAL TUBULE

      The Journal of general physiology
    33. OHTA Y; TANIZAWA Y; INOUE H; HOSAKA T; UEDA K; MATSUTANI A; REPUNTE VP; YAMADA M; KURACHI Y; BRYAN J; AGUILARBRYAN L; PERMUTT MA; OKA Y
      IDENTIFICATION AND FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF SULFONYLUREA RECEPTOR-1 VARIANTS IN JAPANESE PATIENTS WITH NIDDM

      Diabetes
    34. FRANCINI F; PIROTTE B; GAGLIARDINO JJ
      EFFECT OF ACTIVATORS AND INHIBITORS OF K-SECRETION IN THE AMPHIBIAN PANCREAS( CHANNELS ON INSULIN)

      Archives of physiology and biochemistry
    35. KIRVELIENE V; PRASMICKAITE L; KADZIAUSKAS J; BONNETT R; DJELAL BD; JUODKA B
      POSTEXPOSURE PROCESSES IN TEMOPORFIN-PHOTOSENSITIZED CELLS IN-VITRO -RELIANCE ON ENERGY-METABOLISM

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    36. WU ML; KAO EF; LIU IH; WANG BS; LINSHIAU SY
      CAPACITATIVE CA2-CELLS IS INHIBITED BY GLYCOLYTIC INHIBITORS( INFLUX IN GLIAL)

      Glia
    37. LORENZ JN; PAUL RJ
      DEPENDENCE OF CA2+ CHANNEL CURRENTS ON ENDOGENOUS AND EXOGENOUS SOURCES OF ATP IN PORTAL VEIN SMOOTH MUSCLE

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    38. KRUMSCHNABEL G; SCHWARZBAUM PJ; BIASI C; DORIGATTI M; WIESER W
      EFFECTS OF ENERGY LIMITATION ON CA2-TOLERANT AND ANOXIA-INTOLERANT HEPATOCYTES( AND K+ HOMEOSTASIS IN ANOXIA)

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    39. YOKOSHIKI H; KATSUBE Y; SUNAGAWA M; SPERELAKIS N
      THE NOVEL CALCIUM SENSITIZER LEVOSIMENDAN ACTIVATES THE ATP-SENSITIVEK+ CHANNEL IN RAT VENTRICULAR CELLS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    40. HIRAOKA M
      PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS OF ATP-SENSITIVE K-ISCHEMIA( CHANNELS INMYOCARDIAL)

      Japanese Heart Journal
    41. SATIN LS
      NEW MECHANISMS FOR SULFONYLUREA CONTROL OF INSULIN-SECRETION

      Endocrine
    42. FARGHALI H; MARTINEK J; KAMENIKOVA L; HYNIE S
      AMELIORIATION OF CHEMICALLY-INDUCED HEPATOCYTE INJURY BY CYCLOSPORINE-A

      Pharmacological research
    43. FARGHALI H; BENCKO V; KAMENIKOVA L; HYNIE S
      RESPONSE OF IMMOBILIZED HEPATOCYTES IN A PERFUSION SYSTEM TO ANOXIA REOXYGENATION - EFFECT OF CYCLOSPORINE-A PRETREATMENT/

      Physiological Research
    44. BRAYDEN JE
      POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    45. OKADA D
      ZINC-PROTOPORPHYRIN-IX SUPPRESSES NITRIC-OXIDE PRODUCTION THROUGH A LOSS OF L-ARGININE IN RAT CEREBELLAR SLICES

      Neuroscience research
    46. GASBARRINI A; BORLE AB; CARACENI P; COLANTONI A; FARGHALI H; TREVISANI F; BERNARDI M; VANTHIEL DH
      EFFECT OF ETHANOL ON ADENOSINE-TRIPHOSPHATE, CYTOSOLIC-FREE CALCIUM, AND CELL INJURY IN RAT HEPATOCYTES - TIME-COURSE AND EFFECT OF NUTRITIONAL-STATUS

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    47. SEDBROOK JC; KRONEBUSCH PJ; BORISY CG; TREWAVAS AJ; MASSON PH
      TRANSGENIC AEQUORIN REVEALS ORGAN-SPECIFIC CYTOSOLIC CA2-THALIANA SEEDLINGS( RESPONSES TO ANOXIA IN ARABIDOPSIS)

      Plant physiology
    48. DUKES ID; PHILIPSON LH
      K- GENERATING EXCITEMENT IN PANCREATIC BETA-CELLS( CHANNELS )

      Diabetes
    49. BRUN T; ROCHE E; ASSIMACOPOULOSJEANNET F; CORKEY BE; KIM KH; PRENTKI M
      EVIDENCE FOR AN ANAPLEROTIC MALONYL-COA PATHWAY IN PANCREATIC BETA-CELL NUTRIENT SIGNALING

      Diabetes
    50. ISHIDATAKAHASHI A; HORIE M; TSUURA Y; ISHIDA H; AI T; SASAYAMA S
      BLOCK OF PANCREATIC ATP-SENSITIVE K+ CHANNELS AND INSULINOTROPHIC ACTION BY THE ANTIARRHYTHMIC AGENT, CIBENZOLINE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    51. RAMANADHAM S; WOLF MJ; MA ZM; LI BB; WANG JA; GROSS RW; TURK J
      EVIDENCE FOR ASSOCIATION OF AN ATP-STIMULATABLE CA2-INDEPENDENT PHOSPHOLIPASE A(2) FROM PANCREATIC-ISLETS AND HIT INSULINOMA CELLS WITH A PHOSPHOFRUCTOKINASE-LIKE PROTEIN()

      Biochemistry
    52. AKAIKE N
      TIME-DEPENDENT RUNDOWN OF GABA RESPONSE IN MAMMALIAN CNS NEURON DURING EXPERIMENTAL ANOXIA

      Obesity research
    53. 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
    54. COOK DL
      THE BETA-CELL RESPONSE TO ORAL HYPOGLYCEMIC AGENTS

      Diabetes research and clinical practice
    55. CARACENI P; RYU HS; VANTHIEL DH; BORLE AB
      SOURCE OF OXYGEN-FREE RADICALS PRODUCED BY RAT HEPATOCYTES DURING POSTANOXIC REOXYGENATION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    56. BORLE AB; BARSIC M
      CHEMICAL HYPOXIA INCREASES CYTOSOLIC CA2-FREE RADICAL FORMATION( AND OXYGEN)

      Cell calcium
    57. RIKANS LE; CAI Y; HORNBROOK KR
      ALLYL ALCOHOL CYTOTOXICITY IN ISOLATED RAT HEPATOCYTES - EFFECTS OF AZIDE, FASTING, AND FRUCTOSE

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health
    58. INAGAKI N; GONOI T; CLEMENT JP; NAMBA N; INAZAWA J; GONZALEZ G; AGUILARBRYAN L; SEINO S; BRYAN J
      RECONSTITUTION OF I-KATP - AN INWARD RECTIFIER SUBUNIT PLUS THE SULFONYLUREA RECEPTOR

      Science
    59. ELHAMDANI A; BOSSU JL; FELTZ A
      ADP EXERTS A PROTECTIVE EFFECT AGAINST RUNDOWN OF THE CA2+ CURRENT INBOVINE CHROMAFFIN CELLS

      Pflugers Archiv
    60. BREDT DS; WANG TL; COHEN NA; GUGGINO WB; SNYDER SH
      CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF 2 BRAIN-SPECIFIC INWARDLY RECTIFYING POTASSIUM CHANNELS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    61. NAKAZAKI M; KAKEI M; KORIYAMA N; TANAKA H
      INVOLVEMENT OF ATP-SENSITIVE K-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF INSULIN-SECRETION IN RAT PANCREATIC BETA-CELLS( CHANNELS IN FREE RADICAL)

      Diabetes
    62. ADACHI K; MATSUHASHI T; NISHIZAWA Y; USUKURA J; POPINIGIS J; WAKABAYASHI T
      STUDIES ON UREA SYNTHESIS IN THE LIVER OF RATS TREATED CHRONICALLY WITH ETHANOL USING PERFUSED LIVERS, ISOLATED HEPATOCYTES, AND MITOCHONDRIA

      Biochemical pharmacology
    63. SUBBAIAH CC; BUSH DS; SACHS MM
      ELEVATION OF CYTOSOLIC CALCIUM PRECEDES ANOXIC GENE-EXPRESSION IN MAIZE SUSPENSION-CULTURED CELLS

      The Plant cell
    64. FARGHALI H; KAMENIKOVA L; HYNIE S
      THE CONCEPT OF APPLICATION OF IMMOBILIZED AND PERFUSED MAMMALIAN-CELLS (A BIOREACTOR MODEL) IN BIOMEDICAL-RESEARCH

      Physiological Research
    65. HILLAIREBUYS D; CHAPAL J; BERTRAND G; PETIT P; LOUBATIERESMARIANI MM
      PURINERGIC RECEPTORS ON INSULIN-SECRETING CELLS

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    66. THERON AJ; STEENKAMP KJ; ANDERSON R
      NADPH-OXIDASE ACTIVITY OF STIMULATED NEUTROPHILS IS MARKEDLY INCREASED BY SERUM

      Inflammation
    67. SHEN XM; SU QF; QIAN ZW; ZHANG JR
      EFFECTS OF ALLOXAN ON ELECTRIC-ACTIVITY OF MOUSE PANCREATIC B-CELLS IN-VITRO

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    68. GASBARRINI A; CARACENI P; FARGHALI H; VANTHIEL DH; BORLE AB
      EFFECTS OF HIGH AND LOW PH ON CA-I(2+) AND ON CELL INJURY EVOKED BY ANOXIA IN PERFUSED RAT HEPATOCYTES

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    69. MATTIA D; NAGAO T; ROGAWSKI MA; AVOLI M
      POTASSIUM CHANNEL ACTIVATORS COUNTERACT ANOXIC HYPEREXCITABILITY BUT NOT 4-AMINOPYRIDINE-INDUCED EPILEPTIFORM ACTIVITY IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPAL SLICE

      Neuropharmacology
    70. TOURNEUR Y; MARION A; GAUTIER P
      SR47063, A POTENT CHANNEL OPENER, ACTIVATES K-ATP AND A TIME-DEPENDENT CURRENT LIKELY DUE TO POTASSIUM ACCUMULATION

      The Journal of membrane biology
    71. HENRY P; ESCANDE D
      DO POTASSIUM CHANNEL OPENERS COMPETE WITH ATP TO ACTIVATE ATP-SENSITIVE POTASSIUM CHANNELS

      Cardiovascular Research
    72. ZHANG ZY; TURNER DC; DRZEWIECKI GJ; HINSHAW DB; HYSLOP PA
      IMPAIRMENT OF INTEGRIN-MEDIATED CELL-MATRIX ADHESION IN OXIDANT-STRESSED PC12 CELLS

      Brain research
    73. ZHANG ZY; TURNER DC; DRZEWIECKI GJ; HINSHAW DB; HYSLOP PA
      IMPAIRMENT OF INTEGRIN-MEDIATED CELL-MATRIX ADHESION IN OXIDANT-STRESSED PC12 CELLS

      Brain research
    74. RAMANADHAM S; WOLF MJ; JETT PA; GROSS RW; TURK J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ATP-STIMULATABLE CA2-INDEPENDENT PHOSPHOLIPASEA(2) FROM CLONAL INSULIN-SECRETING HIT CELLS AND RAT PANCREATIC-ISLETS - A POSSIBLE MOLECULAR-COMPONENT OF THE BETA-CELL FUEL SENSOR()

      Biochemistry
    75. COLE WC
      ATP-SENSITIVE K- AN ENDOGENOUS MECHANISM FOR PROTECTION OF THE HEART(CHANNELS IN CARDIAC ISCHEMIA )

      Cardiovascular drugs and therapy
    76. KITAMURA K; KAMOUCHI M
      K-CHANNEL OPENERS ACTIVATE DIFFERENT K-CHANNELS IN VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      Cardiovascular drugs and therapy
    77. LIU TF; CHEN XJ
      EFFECTS OF PINACIDIL AND ACETYLCHOLINE ON EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATION OF ATRIAL FIBERS IN MOUSE HEART

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    78. KOOP A; COBBOLD PH
      CONTINUOUS BIOLUMINESCENT MONITORING OF CYTOPLASMIC ATP IN SINGLE ISOLATED RAT HEPATOCYTES DURING METABOLIC POISONING

      Biochemical journal
    79. LOZOVAYA NA; VULFIUS CA; ILYIN VI
      INTRACELLULAR ATP MODULATES DESENSITIZATION OF ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS CONTROLLING CHLORIDE CURRENT IN LYMNAEA NEURONS

      Pflugers Archiv
    80. CREPEL V; KRNJEVIC K; BENARI Y
      SULFONYLUREAS REDUCE THE SLOWLY INACTIVATING D-TYPE OUTWARD CURRENT IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS

      Journal of physiology
    81. HAYASHI S; HORIE M; OKADA Y
      IONIC MECHANISM OF MINOXIDIL SULFATE-INDUCED SHORTENING OF ACTION-POTENTIAL DURATIONS IN GUINEA-PIG VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    82. FURUKAWA T; VIRAG L; SAWANOBORI T; HIRAOKA M
      STILBENE DISULFONATES BLOCK ATP-SENSITIVE K-PIG VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES(CHANNELS IN GUINEA)

      The Journal of membrane biology
    83. HALVORSRUD R; GIAEVER I; LAANE MM; FEDER J; JOSSANG T
      VARIATIONS IN THE BIOLOGICAL CLOCK OF THE SLIME-MOLD PHYSARUM-POLYCEPHALUM MEASURED ELECTRICALLY

      Journal of interdisciplinary cycle research
    84. TSUURA Y; ISHIDA H; OKAMOTO Y; KATO S; SAKAMOTO K; HORIE M; IKEDA H; OKADA Y; SEINO Y
      GLUCOSE SENSITIVITY OF ATP-SENSITIVE K-CELLS OF THE GK RAT - A NEW GENETIC MODEL OF NIDDM( CHANNELS IS IMPAIRED IN BETA)

      Diabetes
    85. KAKEI M; NAKAZAKI M; KAMISAKI T; NAGAYAMA I; FUKAMACHI Y; TANAKA H
      INHIBITION OF THE ATP-SENSITIVE POTASSIUM CHANNEL BY CLASS-I ANTIARRHYTHMIC AGENT, CIBENZOLINE, IN RAT PANCREATIC BETA-CELLS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    86. HAJDAHMANE S; LAPORTE AM; VANTALON V; FATTACCINI CM; HAMON M; LANFUMEY L
      POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF K(ATP) CHANNELS IN THE CONTROL OF 5-HT NEURONS

      Brain research
    87. GASBARRINI A; BORLE AB; FARGHALI H; CARACENI P; VANTHIEL D
      FASTING ENHANCES THE EFFECTS OF ANOXIA ON ATP, CA-I(2+) AND CELL INJURY IN ISOLATED RAT HEPATOCYTES

      Biochimica et biophysica acta
    88. RAMANADHAM S; BOHRER A; GROSS RW; TURK J
      MASS-SPECTROMETRIC CHARACTERIZATION OF ARACHIDONATE-CONTAINING PLASMALOGENS IN HUMAN PANCREATIC-ISLETS AND IN RAT ISLET BETA-CELLS AND SUBCELLULAR MEMBRANES

      Biochemistry
    89. RAMANADHAM S; BOHRER A; MUELLER M; JETT P; GROSS RW; TURK J
      MASS-SPECTROMETRIC IDENTIFICATION AND QUANTITATION OF ARACHIDONATE-CONTAINING PHOSPHOLIPIDS IN PANCREATIC-ISLETS - PROMINENCE OF PLASMENYLETHANOLAMINE MOLECULAR-SPECIES

      Biochemistry
    90. OZAKI M; MASUDA Y
      CARBON TETRACHLORIDE-INDUCED CELL-DEATH IN PERFUSED LIVERS FROM PHENOBARBITAL-PRETREATED RATS UNDER HYPOXIC CONDITIONS AND VARIOUS IONIC MILIEU - FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR CALCIUM-DEPENDENT IRREVERSIBLE CHANGES

      Biochemical pharmacology
    91. LEFEBVRE VHL; VANSTEENBRUGGE M; BECKERS V; ROBERFROID M; BUCCALDERON P
      ADENINE-NUCLEOTIDES AND INHIBITION OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS IN ISOLATED HEPATOCYTES INCUBATED UNDER DIFFERENT PO2 LEVELS

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    92. MCPHERSON CD; PIERCE GN; COLE WC
      ISCHEMIC CARDIOPROTECTION BY ATP-SENSITIVE K-ENERGY PHOSPHATE PRESERVATION( CHANNELS INVOLVES HIGH)

      The American journal of physiology
    93. SCHWANSTECHER C; DICKEL C; PANTEN U
      CYTOSOLIC NUCLEOTIDES ENHANCE THE TOLBUTAMIDE SENSITIVITY OF THE ATP-DEPENDENT K-CELLS BY THEIR COMBINED ACTIONS AT INHIBITORY AND STIMULATORY RECEPTORS( CHANNEL IN MOUSE PANCREATIC B)

      Molecular pharmacology


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