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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 526, Number 3, August 2000

Free Content The trapping block of NMDA receptor channels in acutely isolated rat hippocampal neurones
pp. 493-506(14)
Authors: Sobolevsky, Alexander I.; Yelshansky, Maria V.

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Free Content Malignant hyperthermia mutation Arg615Cys in the porcine ryanodine receptor alters voltage dependence of Ca2+ release
pp. 507-514(8)
Authors: Dietze, B.; Henke, J.; Eichinger, H. M.; Lehmann-Horn, F.; Melzer, W.

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Free Content Mechanisms underlying InsP3-evoked global Ca2+ signals in mouse pancreatic acinar cells
pp. 515-526(12)
Authors: Fogarty, Kevin E.; Kidd, Jackie F.; Tuft, Dick A.; Thorn, Peter

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Free Content Membrane-delimited coupling between sigma receptors and K+ channels in rat neurohypophysial terminals requires neither G-protein nor ATP
pp. 527-539(13)
Authors: Lupardus, Patrick J.; Wilke, Russell A.; Aydar, Ebru; Palmer, Chris P.; Chen, Yuenmu; Ruoho, Arnold E.; Jackson, Meyer B.

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Free Content Attenuation of length dependence of calcium activation in myofilaments of transgenic mouse hearts expressing slow skeletal troponin I
pp. 541-549(9)
Authors: Arteaga, Grace M.; Palmiter, Kimberly A.; Leiden, Jeffrey M.; Solaro, R. John

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Free Content Sarcomeric Ca2+ gradients during activation of frog skeletal muscle fibres imaged with confocal and two-photon microscopy
pp. 551-560(10)
Authors: Hollingworth, S.; Soeller, C.; Baylor, S. M.; Cannell, M. B.

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Free Content Sympathetic innervation alters activation of pacemaker current (If) in rat ventricle
pp. 561-569(9)
Authors: Qu, Jihong; Cohen, Ira S.; Robinson, Richard B.

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Free Content A combined mechanical and X-ray diffraction study of stretch potentiation in single frog muscle fibres
pp. 589-596(8)
Authors: Linari, M.; Lucii, L.; Reconditi, M.; Casoni, M. E. Vannicelli; Amenitsch, H.; Bernstorff, S.; Piazzesi, G.; Lombardi, V.

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Free Content Vacuole formation in fatigued skeletal muscle fibres from frog and mouse: effects of extracellular lactate
pp. 597-611(15)
Authors: Lännergren, Jan; Bruton, Joseph D.; Westerblad, Håkan

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Free Content Presynaptic control of transmission along the pathway mediating disynaptic reciprocal inhibition in the cat
pp. 623-637(15)
Authors: Enríquez-Denton, M.; Nielsen, J.; Perreault, M.-C.; Morita, H.; Petersen, N.; Hultborn, H.

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Free Content Depression of group Ia monosynaptic EPSPs in cat hindlimb motoneurones during fictive locomotion
pp. 639-652(14)
Authors: Gosgnach, S.; Quevedo, J.; Fedirchuk, B.; McCrea, D. A.

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Free Content Circulating interleukin-6 mediates the febrile response to localised inflammation in rats
pp. 653-661(9)
Authors: Cartmell, T.; Poole, S.; Turnbull, A. V.; Rothwell, N. J.; Luheshi, G. N.

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Free Content Marathon running transiently increases c-Jun NH2-terminal kinase and p38 activities in human skeletal muscle
pp. 663-669(7)
Authors: Boppart, Marni D.; Asp, Sven; Wojtaszewski, Jørgen F. P.; Fielding, Roger A.; Mohr, Thomas; Goodyear, Laurie J.

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Free Content The force-velocity relationship of human adductor pollicis muscle during stretch and the effects of fatigue
pp. 671-681(11)
Authors: Ruiter, C. J.; Didden, W. J. M.; Jones, D. A.; Haan, A.

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Free Content An endogenous circadian rhythm of respiratory control in humans
pp. 683-694(12)
Authors: Spengler, Christina M.; Czeisler, Charles A.; Shea, Steven A.

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Free Content Sensitivity of the human circadian pacemaker to nocturnal light: melatonin phase resetting and suppression
pp. 695-702(8)
Authors: Zeitzer, Jamie M.; Dijk, Derk-Jan; Kronauer, Richard E.; Brown, Emery N.; Czeisler, Charles A.

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