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Academic Article The antifungal imidazole clotrimazole and its major in vivo metabolite are potent blockers of the calcium-activated potassium channel in murine erythroleukemia cells.
Academic Article Effects of arachidonic acid on unitary calcium currents in rat sympathetic neurons.
Academic Article Arachidonic acid reversibly enhances N-type calcium current at an extracellular site.
Academic Article Phospholipid metabolism is required for M1 muscarinic inhibition of N-type calcium current in sympathetic neurons.
Academic Article Role of N- and L-type calcium channels in depolarization-induced activation of tyrosine hydroxylase and release of norepinephrine by sympathetic cell bodies and nerve terminals.
Academic Article Modulation of N-type calcium channel activity by G-proteins and protein kinase C.
Academic Article Arachidonic acid both inhibits and enhances whole cell calcium currents in rat sympathetic neurons.
Academic Article Arachidonic acid mediates muscarinic inhibition and enhancement of N-type Ca2+ current in sympathetic neurons.
Academic Article Pharmacological discrimination between muscarinic receptor signal transduction cascades with bethanechol chloride.
Academic Article M1 muscarinic receptors inhibit L-type Ca2+ current and M-current by divergent signal transduction cascades.
Academic Article Ca2+ influx through both L- and N-type Ca2+ channels increases c-fos expression by electrical stimulation of sympathetic neurons.
Academic Article L- and N-current but not M-current inhibition by M1 muscarinic receptors requires DAG lipase activity.
Academic Article The Ca2+ channel beta subunit determines whether stimulation of Gq-coupled receptors enhances or inhibits N current.
Academic Article Both synaptic and antidromic stimulation of neurons in the rat superior cervical ganglion acutely increase tyrosine hydroxylase activity.
Academic Article Microscopic heterogeneity in unitary N-type calcium currents in rat sympathetic neurons.
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