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Volume 521, Number 3, December 1999

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Free Content 12-Lipoxygenase overexpression in rodent NG108-15 cells enhances membrane excitability by inhibiting M-type K+ channels
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Authors: Takahashi, Yoshitaka; Kawajiri, Hiroo; Yoshimoto, Tanihiro; Hoshi, Naoto; Higashida, Haruhiro

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Free Content Ca2+ sparks and Ca2+ waves in saponin-permeabilized rat ventricular myocytes
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Free Content Molecular basis of transient outward K+ current diversity in mouse ventricular myocytes
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Authors: Guo, Weinong; Xu, Haodong; London, Barry; Nerbonne, Jeanne M.

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Free Content Inhibition of store-operated Ca2+ entry by extracellular ATP in rat brown adipocytes
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Authors: Omatsu-Kanbe, Mariko; Matsuura, Hiroshi

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Free Content Direct demonstration of persistent Na+ channel activity in dendritic processes of mammalian cortical neurones
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Authors: Magistretti, Jacopo; Ragsdale, David S.; Alonso, Angel

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Free Content Physiology of rat retinal pericytes: modulation of ion channel activity by serum-derived molecules
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Authors: Sakagami, Kenji; Wu, David M.; Puro, Donald G.

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Free Content Quantal analysis of 5-hydroxytryptamine release from mouse pancreatic -cells
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Authors: Smith, Paul A.; Proks, Peter; Ashcroft, Frances M.

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Free Content Adenosinergic modulation of rat basal forebrain neurons during sleep and waking: neuronal recording with microdialysis
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Authors: Alam, Md. Noor; Szymusiak, Ronald; Gong, Hui; King, Janice; McGinty, Dennis

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Free Content Depression of muscle and cutaneous afferent-evoked monosynaptic field potentials during fictive locomotion in the cat
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Authors: Perreault, M.-C.; Shefchyk, S. J.; Jimenez, I.; McCrea, D. A.

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Free Content Expression of nitric oxide synthase isoforms in pregnant human myometrium
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Authors: Bartlett, Simon R.; Bennett, Phillip R.; Campa, Juan S.; Dennes, William J. B.; Slater, Donna M.; Mann, Giovanni E.; Poston, Lucilla; Poston, Robin

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Free Content Voltage-gated and resting membrane currents recorded from B-cells in intact mouse pancreatic islets
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Authors: Göpel, S.; Kanno, T.; Barg, S.; Galvanovskis, J.; Rorsman, P.

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Free Content Sodium nitroprusside increases human skeletal muscle blood flow, but does not change flow distribution or glucose uptake
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Free Content Rapidly adapting receptors in a rabbit model of mitral regurgitation
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Free Content Impaired response of human motoneurones to corticospinal stimulation after voluntary exercise
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Authors: Gandevia, S. C.; Petersen, N.; Butler, J. E.; Taylor, J. L.

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