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Volume 509, Number 1, May 1998

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Free Content Direct and indirect regulation of a single ion channel
pp. 1-1(1)
Authors: Magoski, Neil S.; Kaczmarek, Leonard K.

Free Content The revival of the role of the mitochondrion in regulation of transmitter release
pp. 2-2(1)
Authors: Melamed-Book, Naomi; Rahamimoff, Rami

Free Content Facilitation of rabbit α1B calcium channels: involvement of endogenous G subunits
pp. 15-27(13)
Authors: Stephens, Gary J.; Brice, Nicola L.; Berrow, Nicholas S.; Dolphin, Annette C.

Free Content Voltage change-induced gating transitions of the rabbit skeletal muscle Ca2+ release channel
pp. 29-38(10)
Authors: Zahradníková, A.; Mészáros, L. G.

Free Content Modulation of Ca2+ channel currents of acutely dissociated rat periaqueductal grey neurons
pp. 47-58(12)
Authors: Connor, Mark; Christie, MacDonald J.

Free Content Evidence that mitochondria buffer physiological Ca2+ loads in lizard motor nerve terminals
pp. 59-65(7)
Authors: David, Gavriel; Barrett, John N.; Barrett, Ellen F.

Free Content A continuum of InsP3-mediated elementary Ca2+ signalling events in Xenopus oocytes
pp. 67-80(14)
Authors: Sun, Xiao-Ping; Callamaras, Nick; Marchant, Jonathan S.; Parker, Ian

Free Content Activation and co-ordination of InsP3-mediated elementary Ca2+ events during global Ca2+ signals in Xenopus oocytes
pp. 81-91(11)
Authors: Callamaras, Nick; Marchant, Jonathan S.; Sun, Xiao-Ping; Parker, Ian

Free Content The role of intracellular Na+ and mitochondria in buffering of kainate-induced intracellular free Ca2+ changes in rat forebrain neurones
pp. 103-116(14)
Authors: Hoyt, Kari R.; Stout, Amy K.; Cardman, Jamie M.; Reynolds, Ian J.

Free Content α-Adrenergic effects on Na+-K+ pump current in guinea-pig ventricular myocytes
pp. 117-128(12)
Authors: Wang, Y.; Gao, J.; Mathias, R. T.; Cohen, I. S.; Sun, X.; Baldo, G. J.

Free Content Electrophysiological characterization of Na+ currents in acutely isolated human hippocampal dentate granule cells
pp. 139-150(12)
Authors: Reckziegel, G.; Beck, H.; Schramm, J.; Elger, C. E.; Urban, B. W.

Free Content Regulation of Na+ channels by luminal Na+ in rat cortical collecting tubule
pp. 151-162(12)
Authors: Palmer, Lawrence G.; Sackin, Henry; Frindt, Gustavo

Free Content Role of domain I of neuronal Ca2+ channel α1 subunits in G protein modulation
pp. 163-169(7)
Authors: Stephens, Gary J.; Cantí, Carles; Page, Karen M.; Dolphin, Annette C.

Free Content The transient outward current in mice lacking the potassium channel gene Kv1.4
pp. 171-182(12)
Authors: London, Barry; Wang, Dao W.; Hill, Joseph A.; Bennett, Paul B.

Free Content Contribution of the Kv3.1 potassium channel to high-frequency firing in mouse auditory neurones
pp. 183-194(12)
Authors: Wang, Lu-Yang; Gan, Li; Forsythe, Ian D.; Kaczmarek, Leonard K.

Free Content Blockade of synaptic inhibition within the pre-Bötzinger complex in the cat suppresses respiratory rhythm generation in vivo
pp. 245-254(10)
Authors: Pierrefiche, O.; Schwarzacher, S. W.; Bischoff, A. M.; Richter, D. W.

Free Content Induction of antioxidant enzyme activity by hyperoxia (60 % O2) in the developing chick embryo
pp. 289-296(8)
Authors: Golde, Jolanda C.; Borm, Paul J.; Wolfs, Marion C.; Rhijnsburger, Els H.; Blanco, Carlos E.

Free Content The role of endothelin-A receptors in cardiovascular responses to acute hypoxaemia in the late gestation sheep fetus
pp. 297-304(8)
Authors: Green, L. R.; McGarrigle, H. H. G.; Bennet, L.; Hanson, M. A.

Free Content Exercise metabolism in human skeletal muscle exposed to prior eccentric exercise
pp. 305-313(9)
Authors: Asp, Sven; Daugaard, Jens R.; Kristiansen, Søren; Kiens, Bente; Richter, Erik A.

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