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    1. Moriondo, A; Pelucchi, B; Rispoli, G
      Calcium-activated potassium current clamps the dark potential of vertebrate rods

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Akutagawa, T; Hasegawa, T; Nakamura, T; Takeda, S; Inabe, T; Sugiura, K; Sakata, Y; Underhill, AE
      Ionic channel structures in [(M+)(x)([18]crown-6)][Ni(dmit)(2)](2) molecular conductors

      CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL
    3. Narahashi, T
      Recent progress in the mechanism of action of insecticides: Pyrethroids, fipronil and indoxacarb

      JOURNAL OF PESTICIDE SCIENCE
    4. Taglialatela, M; Pannaccione, A; Cataldi, M; Castaldo, P; Secondo, A; Iossa, S; Di Renzo, GF; Annunziato, L
      "Janus face" of nitric oxide action on plasma membrane and intracellular ionic channels

      ARCHIVES OF GERONTOLOGY AND GERIATRICS
    5. Torres, M; Aguilar, MB; Falcon, A; Sanchez, L; Radwan, FFY; Burnett, JW; Heimer-de la Cotera, EP; Arellano, RO
      Electrophysiological and hemolytic activity elicited by the venom of the jellyfish Cassiopea xamachana

      TOXICON
    6. Neagu, A; Neagu, M; Der, A
      Fluctuations and the Hofmeister effect

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    7. Tarricone, L
      Estimation of the physiological parameters of a membrane channel exposed to electromagnetic fields using the GPOF approach

      ELECTRO- AND MAGNETOBIOLOGY
    8. Apollonio, F; D'Inzeo, G; Tarricone, L
      Energy evaluation of MW effects on ACh receptor channels with parallel computing

      ELECTRO- AND MAGNETOBIOLOGY
    9. Wohlrab, D; Wohlrab, J; Markwardt, F
      Electrophysiological characterization of human keratinocytes using the patch-clamp technique

      EXPERIMENTAL DERMATOLOGY
    10. Sucher, NJ; Deitcher, DL; Baro, DJ; Warrick, RMH; Guenther, E
      Genes and channels: patch/voltage-clamp analysis and single-cell RT-PCR

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    11. Egee, S; Lapaix, F; Cossins, AR; Thomas, SLY
      The role of anion and cation channels in volume regulatory responses in trout red blood cells

      BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY
    12. Salanki, J
      Invertebrates in neurotoxicology

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    13. Testai, FD; Venera, GD; Pena, C; Bonino, MJBD
      Histidine 186 of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor alpha subunit requires the presence of the 192-193 disulfide bridge to interact with alpha-bungarotoxin

      NEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
    14. Mignen, O; Egee, P; Liberge, M; Harvey, BJ
      Basolateral outward rectifier chloride channel in isolated crypts of mousecolon

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Gardner, CL; Jerome, JW; Eisenberg, RS
      Electrodiffusion model of rectangular current pulses in ionic channels of cellular membranes

      SIAM JOURNAL ON APPLIED MATHEMATICS
    16. Zimmer, S; Trost, C; Wissenbach, U; Philipp, S; Freichel, M; Flockerzi, V; Cavalie, A
      Modulation of recombinant transient-receptor-potential-like (TRPL) channels by cytosolic Ca2+

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Hambrecht, J; Zimmer, S; Flockerzi, V; Cavalie, A
      Single-channel currents through transient-receptor-potential-like (TRPL) channels

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Efimov, IR
      A shocking experience - Ionic modulation of virtual electrodes in defibrillation

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    19. Berestovskii, GN; Ternovskii, VI; Kataev, AA
      Allowing for polymer polydispersion as a necessary condition for determination of aqueous pore diameters in cell walls and membranes using polymers

      BIOFIZIKA
    20. Hotani, H; Nomura, F; Suzuki, Y
      Giant liposomes: from membrane dynamics to cell morphogenesis

      CURRENT OPINION IN COLLOID & INTERFACE SCIENCE
    21. Dalla Serra, M; Bernhart, I; Nordera, P; Di Giorgio, D; Ballio, A; Menestrina, G
      Conductive properties and gating of channels formed by syringopeptin 25A, a bioactive lipodepsipeptide from Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae, in planar lipid membranes

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    22. Syganow, A; von Kitzing, E
      The drift approximation solves the Poisson, Nernst-Planck, and continuum equations in the limit of large external voltages

      EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL WITH BIOPHYSICS LETTERS
    23. Skinner, FK
      A new interpretation of flux ratio exponents using statistical rate theory

      EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL WITH BIOPHYSICS LETTERS
    24. Franchet, C
      Mercury chloride induces changes in the Mg2+-stimulated membrane currents in oocytes of the prawn Palaemon serratus

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    25. Franchet, C; Goudeau, M; Goudeau, H
      Tributyltin impedes early sperm-egg interactions at the egg coat level in the ascidian Phallusia mammillata but does not prevent sperm-egg fusion in naked eggs

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    26. Eisenberg, RS
      From structure to function in open ionic channels

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    27. Forero, ME; Marin, M; Corrales, A; Llano, I; Moreno, H; Camacho, M
      Leishmania amazonensis infection induces changes in the electrophysiological properties of macrophage-like cells

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    28. Nonner, W; Chen, DP; Eisenberg, B
      Perspective - Progress and prospects in permeation

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    29. Catacuzzeno, L; Trequattrini, C; Petris, A; Franciolini, F
      Mechanism of verapamil block of a neuronal delayed rectifier K channel: active form of the blocker and location of its binding domain

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    30. Suchyna, TM; Nitsche, JM; Chilton, M; Harris, AL; Veenstra, RD; Nicholson, BJ
      Different tonic selectivities for connexins 26 and 32 produce rectifying gap junction channels

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    31. OSMAN M; HOILAND H; HOLMSEN H; ISHIGAMI Y
      TUNING MICELLES OF A BIOACTIVE HEPTAPEPTIDE BIOSURFACTANT VIA EXTRINSICALLY INDUCED CONFORMATIONAL TRANSITION OF SURFACTIN ASSEMBLY

      Journal of peptide science
    32. BOCKAERT J; PIN JP
      USE OF A G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR TO COMMUNICATE - A SUCCESS DURINGEVOLUTION

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    33. GRZYWNA ZJ; LIEBOVITCH LS; SIWY Z
      A DUAL-MODE MECHANISM OF CONDUCTANCE THROUGH FINE POROUS MEMBRANES

      Journal of membrane science
    34. LI GR; FENG JL; YUE LX; CARRIER M
      TRANSMURAL HETEROGENEITY OF ACTION-POTENTIALS AND I-TO1 IN MYOCYTES ISOLATED FROM THE HUMAN RIGHT VENTRICLE

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    35. Apollonio, F; D'Inzeo, G; Tarricone, L
      Modelling of neuronal cells exposed to RF fields from mobile telecommunication equipment

      BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY AND BIOENERGETICS
    36. PASSECHNIK VI; HIANIK T
      WEAK NONLINEARITY OF CURRENT-VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF GRAMICIDIN-D CHANNELS - EXPERIMENT, THEORY AND APPLICATION TO THE STUDY OF TRANSMEMBRANE TRANSMISSION OF INFORMATION

      General physiology and biophysics
    37. KURZYNSKI M; PALACZ K; CHELMINIAK P
      TIME-COURSE OF REACTIONS CONTROLLED AND GATED BY INTRAMOLECULAR DYNAMICS OF PROTEINS - PREDICTIONS OF THE MODEL OF RANDOM-WALK ON FRACTAL LATTICES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    38. DRYER SE
      ROLE OF CELL-CELL INTERACTIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENTAL REGULATION OF CA2(-ACTIVATED K+ CURRENTS IN VERTEBRATE NEURONS())

      Journal of neurobiology
    39. GILBERTSON TA; ZHANG H
      SELF-INHIBITION IN AMILORIDE-SENSITIVE SODIUM-CHANNELS IN TASTE RECEPTOR-CELLS

      The Journal of general physiology
    40. ROSTOVTSEVA TK; BEZRUKOV SM
      ATP TRANSPORT THROUGH A SINGLE MITOCHONDRIAL CHANNEL, VDAC, STUDIED BY CURRENT FLUCTUATION ANALYSIS

      Biophysical journal
    41. PROCOPIO J; FORNES JA
      FLUCTUATIONS OF THE PROTON-ELECTROMOTIVE FORCE ACROSS THE INNER MITOCHONDRIAL-MEMBRANE

      Physical review. E, Statistical physics, plasmas, fluids, and related interdisciplinary topics
    42. HIRUMA H; UEMURA T; KIMURA F
      NEURONAL SYNCHRONIZATION AND IONIC MECHANISMS FOR PROPAGATION OF EXCITATION IN THE FUNCTIONAL NETWORK OF IMMORTALIZED GT1-7 NEURONS - OPTICAL IMAGING WITH A VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE DYE

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    43. SCHNEGGENBURGER R; ASCHER P
      COUPLING OF PERMEATION AND GATING IN AN NMDA-CHANNEL PORE MUTANT

      Neuron
    44. MASETTO S; CORREIA MJ
      IONIC CURRENTS IN REGENERATING AVIAN VESTIBULAR HAIR-CELLS

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    45. KURZYNSKI M
      DIFFUSION ON FRACTAL LATTICES - A STATISTICAL-MODEL OF CHEMICAL-REACTIONS INVOLVING PROTEINS

      ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA B
    46. PAOLETTI P; ASCHER P; NEYTON J
      HIGH-AFFINITY ZINC INHIBITION OF NMDA NR1-NR2A RECEPTORS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    47. MEISSNER ST
      THE USE OF RESISTANCE NETWORKS AND IMPROVED ESTIMATES OF SEAL RESISTANCE TO ESTIMATE TONOPLAST CONDUCTIVITY IN WHOLE-VACUOLE PATCH CLAMPING

      PLANT SCIENCE
    48. CAVALCANTI S; ZONA C
      DIGITAL PROCESSING OF THE CURRENT NOISE EVOKED BY KAINATE IN CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Annals of biomedical engineering
    49. ASSANDRI R; MAZZANTI M
      IONIC PERMEABILITY ON ISOLATED MOUSE-LIVER NUCLEI - INFLUENCE OF ATP AND CA2+

      The Journal of membrane biology
    50. REZAPOUR M; ROOMANS GM; BACKSTROM T; ULMSTEN U
      X-RAY-MICROANALYSIS OF MYOMETRIUM IN PARTURIENT WOMEN AT TERM

      Journal of submicroscopic cytology and pathology
    51. NADLER W; HUANG T; STEIN DL
      RANDOM-WALKS ON RANDOM PARTITIONS IN ONE-DIMENSION

      Physical review. E, Statistical physics, plasmas, fluids, and related interdisciplinary topics
    52. LESAGE F; REYES R; FINK M; DUPRAT F; GUILLEMARE E; LAZDUNSKI M
      DIMERIZATION OF TWIK-1 K+ CHANNEL SUBUNITS VIA A DISULFIDE BRIDGE

      EMBO journal
    53. HENRY JP; JUIN P; VALLETTE F; THIEFFRY M
      CHARACTERIZATION AND FUNCTION OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL OUTER-MEMBRANE PEPTIDE-SENSITIVE CHANNEL

      Journal of bioenergetics and biomembranes
    54. FERRONI A; GALLI A; MAZZANTI M
      FUNCTIONAL-ROLE OF LOW-VOLTAGE ACTIVATED DIHYDROPYRIDINE-SENSITIVE CACHANNELS DURING THE ACTION-POTENTIAL IN ADULT-RAT SENSORY NEURONS

      Pflugers Archiv
    55. EISENBERG RS
      COMPUTING THE FIELD IN PROTEINS AND CHANNELS

      The Journal of membrane biology
    56. CAMPBELL DL; STAMLER JS; STRAUSS HC
      REDOX MODULATION OF L-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS IN FERRET VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES - DUAL MECHANISM REGULATION BY NITRIC-OXIDE AND S-NITROSOTHIOLS

      The Journal of general physiology
    57. NADLER W; STEIN DL
      REACTION-DIFFUSION DESCRIPTION OF BIOLOGICAL TRANSPORT PROCESSES IN GENERAL DIMENSION

      The Journal of chemical physics
    58. QIN F; AUERBACH A; SACHS F
      ESTIMATING SINGLE-CHANNEL KINETIC-PARAMETERS FROM IDEALIZED PATCH-CLAMP DATA CONTAINING MISSED EVENTS

      Biophysical journal
    59. MONTAL M
      DESIGN OF MOLECULAR FUNCTION - CHANNELS OF COMMUNICATION

      Annual review of biophysics and biomolecular structure
    60. OBLATTMONTAL M; YARIAZAKI M; NELSON R; MONTAL M
      FORMATION OF ION CHANNELS IN LIPID BILAYERS BY A PEPTIDE WITH THE PREDICTED TRANSMEMBRANE SEQUENCE OF BOTULINUM NEUROTOXIN-A

      Protein science
    61. BERGDOLL S; KOCH UT
      BIOSIM - A BIOLOGICAL NEURAL-NETWORK SIMULATOR FOR RESEARCH AND TEACHING, FEATURING INTERACTIVE GRAPHICAL USER-INTERFACE AND LEARNING CAPABILITIES

      Neurocomputing
    62. YAMAMOTO T
      EFFECTS OF ESTROGENS ON CA CHANNELS IN MYOMETRIAL CELLS ISOLATED FROMPREGNANT RATS

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    63. LIBERMAN EA; MININA SV
      MOLECULAR QUANTUM COMPUTER OF NEURON

      Biosystems
    64. GRINFELDT AE; GOTLIB VA; KUZNETSOV AS; ROSTOVTSEVA TK; SCHAGINA LV; LEV AA; KLIMOV AN
      CHANNEL-FORMING ACTIVITY OF THE LOW-DENSI TY LIPOPROTEINS

      Biologiceskie membrany
    65. ALEKSEEV SI; ZISKIN MC
      MILLIMETER MICROWAVE EFFECT ON ION-TRANSPORT ACROSS LIPID BILAYER-MEMBRANES

      Bioelectromagnetics
    66. REISINE T
      SOMATOSTATIN RECEPTORS

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    67. LIEM LK; SIMARD JM; SONG YM; TEWARI K
      THE PATCH-CLAMP TECHNIQUE

      Neurosurgery
    68. FUTAKI S; ISHIKAWA T; NIWA M; KITAGAWA K; YAGAMI T
      PEPTIDE-UNIT ASSEMBLING USING S-ALKYLATION - A HIGHLY DENATURATION RESISTANT PROTEIN WAS OBTAINED

      Tetrahedron letters
    69. SAVCHENKO A; GLOSSMANN H; HERING S
      IMPROVED MICROPERFUSION CHAMBER FOR MULTIPLE AND RAPID SOLUTION EXCHANGE IN ADHERENT SINGLE CELLS

      Pflugers Archiv
    70. KATO M
      NUMERICAL-ANALYSIS OF THE NERNST-PLANCK-POISSON SYSTEM

      Journal of theoretical biology
    71. JOHANSSONRYDBERG IGM; GRUNDSTROM N; ANDERSSON RGG
      PERTUSSIS TOXIN ATTENUATES PRESYNAPTIC INHIBITION OF CHOLINERGIC BUT NOT NONADRENERGIC NONCHOLINERGIC CONTRACTION IN GUINEA-PIG AIRWAYS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    72. CHERNYAK YB
      UNIVERSAL STEADY-STATE I-V RELATIONSHIP FOR MEMBRANE CURRENT

      IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering
    73. GROSMAN C; REISIN IL
      ECHINOCOCCUS-GRANULOSUS - PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CONDUCTIVE PROPERTIES OF 2 CATION CHANNELS FROM PROTOSCOLECES OF THE OVINE STRAIN, RECONSTITUTED ON PLANAR LIPID BILAYERS

      Experimental parasitology
    74. WEISS I; URBASZEK A; WETZIG T; SCHALDACH M
      SIMULATION OF THE CARDIAC ACTION-POTENTIA LS OF VARIOUS CELL-TYPES WITH ACCOUNT BEING TAKEN OF NEURAL INFLUENCING FACTORS

      Biomedizinische Technik
    75. BINGMANN D; SCHIRRMACHER K; JONES DB
      SIGNALING IN BONE - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON CULTURED-CELLS DERIVED FROM CALVARIAL FRAGMENTS OF RATS

      Cells and materials
    76. CUMMINGS CE; ARMSTRONG G; HODGMAN TC; ELLAR DJ
      STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-STUDIES OF A SYNTHETIC PEPTIDE MIMICKING A PROPOSED MEMBRANE INSERTING REGION OF A BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS DELTA-ENDOTOXIN

      Molecular membrane biology
    77. MAZZANTI M; INNOCENTI B; RIGATELLI M
      ATP-DEPENDENT IONIC PERMEABILITY ON NUCLEAR-ENVELOPE IN IN-SITU NUCLEI OF XENOPUS-OOCYTES

      The FASEB journal
    78. LIEPINS A; BUSTAMANTE JO
      CELL INJURY AND APOPTOSIS

      Scanning microscopy
    79. CHOQUET D; PARTISETI M
      IONIC FLUXES IN B-LYMPHOCYTES

      Pathologie et biologie
    80. IWAMOTO T; GROVE A; MONTAL MO; MONTAL M; TOMICH JM
      CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PEPTIDES AND OLIGOMERIC PROTEINS DESIGNED TO FORM TRANSMEMBRANE

      International journal of peptide & protein research
    81. DOURADO MM; BRUMWELL C; WISGIRDA ME; JACOB MH; DRYER SE
      TARGET TISSUES AND INNERVATION REGULATE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF K-SITU( CURRENTS IN CHICK CILIARY GANGLION NEURONS DEVELOPING IN)

      The Journal of neuroscience
    82. MAHIEU I; BECQ F; WOLFENSBERGER T; GOLA M; CARTER N; HOLLANDE E
      THE EXPRESSION OF CARBONIC ANHYDRASE-II AND ANHYDRASE-IV IN THE HUMANPANCREATIC-CANCER CELL-LINE (CAPAN-1) IS ASSOCIATED WITH BICARBONATE ION CHANNELS

      Biology of the cell
    83. FUTAKI S; KITAGAWA K
      PEPTIDE-UNIT ASSEMBLING USING DISULFIDE CROSS-LINKING - A NEW APPROACH FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PROTEIN MODELS

      Tetrahedron letters
    84. BERGER F; BORCHARD U; HAFNER D; WEIS T
      ACTIVATION OF A POTASSIUM OUTWARD CURRENT BY ZYMOSAN AND OPSONIZED ZYMOSAN IN MOUSE PERITONEAL-MACROPHAGES

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    85. CHANTURIYA AN; NIKOLOSHINA HV
      CORRELATIONS BETWEEN CHANGES IN MEMBRANE CAPACITANCE INDUCED BY CHANGES IN IONIC ENVIRONMENT AND THE CONDUCTANCE OF CHANNELS INCORPORATED INTO BILAYER-LIPID MEMBRANES

      The Journal of membrane biology
    86. WANG G; LEMOS JR
      EFFECTS OF FUNNEL-WEB SPIDER TOXIN ON CA2+ CURRENTS IN NEUROHYPOPHYSEAL TERMINALS

      Brain research
    87. RAVESLOOT JH; VANPUTTEN MJAM; JALINK K; YPEY DL
      ANALYSIS OF DECAYING UNITARY CURRENTS IN ON-CELL PATCHES OF CELLS WITH A HIGH MEMBRANE RESISTANCE

      The American journal of physiology
    88. ADELWOEHRER NE; MAHNERT W
      HEXOPRENALINE ACTIVATES POTASSIUM CHANNELS OF HUMAN MYOMETRIAL MYOCYTES

      Archives of gynecology and obstetrics
    89. KLEPPISCH T; WOBUS AM; STRUBING C; HESCHELER J
      VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT L-TYPE CA CHANNELS AND A NOVEL TYPE OF NONSELECTIVECATION CHANNEL ACTIVATED BY CAMP-DEPENDENT PHOSPHORYLATION IN MESODERM-LIKE (MES-1) CELLS

      Cellular signalling
    90. KANIADAKIS G; DELSANTO PP
      A LOCAL INTERACTION SIMULATION APPROACH TO THE SOLUTION OF DIFFUSION-PROBLEMS

      Mathematical and computer modelling
    91. SULEYMANIAN MA; AYRAPETYAN SN; ARAKELYAN VB; AYRAPETYAN VY
      THE EFFECT OF OSMOTIC GRADIENTS ON THE OUTWARD POTASSIUM CURRENT IN DIALYZED NEURONS OF HELIX-POMATIA

      Cellular and molecular neurobiology
    92. SABIROV RZ; KRASILNIKOV OV; TERNOVSKY VI; MERZLIAK PG
      RELATION BETWEEN IONIC CHANNEL CONDUCTANCE AND CONDUCTIVITY OF MEDIA CONTAINING DIFFERENT NONELECTROLYTES - A NOVEL METHOD OF PORE-SIZE DETERMINATION

      General physiology and biophysics
    93. WISGIRDA ME; DRYER SE
      DIVALENT-CATIONS SELECTIVELY ALTER THE VOLTAGE-DEPENDENCE OF INACTIVATION OF A-CURRENTS IN CHICK AUTONOMIC NEURONS

      Pflugers Archiv
    94. OBLATTMONTAL M; BUHLER LK; IWAMOTO T; TOMICH JM; MONTAL M
      SYNTHETIC PEPTIDES AND 4-HELIX BUNDLE PROTEINS AS MODEL SYSTEMS FOR THE PORE-FORMING STRUCTURE OF CHANNEL PROTEINS .1. TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT M2 OF THE NICOTINIC CHOLINERGIC RECEPTOR-CHANNEL IS A KEY PORE-LINING STRUCTURE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    95. REDDY GL; IWAMOTO T; TOMICH JM; MONTAL M
      SYNTHETIC PEPTIDES AND 4-HELIX BUNDLE PROTEINS AS MODEL SYSTEMS FOR THE PORE-FORMING STRUCTURE OF CHANNEL PROTEINS .2. TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT M2 OF THE BRAIN GLYCINE RECEPTOR IS A PLAUSIBLE CANDIDATE FOR THE PORE-LINING STRUCTURE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    96. ANDO H; NOELL WK
      ELECTRICAL RESPONSES OF THE RATS RETINAL-PIGMENT EPITHELIUM TO AZIDE AND THIOCYANATE

      Japanese Journal of Physiology
    97. SHIMADA T
      VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CALCIUM-CHANNEL CURRENT IN ISOLATED GALLBLADDER SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS OF GUINEA-PIG

      The American journal of physiology


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