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Volume 527, Number 3, September 2000

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Free Content Modulation of slow inactivation in class A Ca2+ channels by -subunits
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Authors: Sokolov, Stanislav; Weiß, Regina G.; Timin, Evgeni N.; Hering, Steffen

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Free Content Molecular evidence for a role of Shaw (Kv3) potassium channel subunits in potassium currents of dog atrium
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Authors: Yue, Lixia; Wang, Zhiguo; Rindt, Hansjorg; Nattel, Stanley

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Free Content Single channel properties of P2X ATP receptors in outside-out patches from rat hippocampal granule cells
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Authors: Wong, Adrian Y.C.; Burnstock, Geoffrey; Gibb, Alasdair J.

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Free Content Actions of brain-derived neurotrophic factor on evoked and spontaneous EPSCs dissociate with maturation of neurones cultured from rat visual cortex
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Authors: Taniguchi, Nobuaki; Takada, Naoki; Kimura, Fumitaka; Tsumoto, Tadaharu

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Free Content Developmental changes in plasma catecholamine concentrations during normoxia and acute hypoxia in the chick embryo
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Authors: Mulder, A. L. M.; Golde, J. M. C. G. van; Goor, A. A. C. van; Giussani, D. A.; Blanco, C. E.

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Free Content Large vasodilatations in skeletal muscle of resting conscious dogs and their contribution to blood pressure variability
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Authors: Just, Armin; Schneider, Christian; Ehmke, Heimo; Kirchheim, Hartmut R.

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Free Content Cortico-muscular synchronization during isometric muscle contraction in humans as revealed by magnetoencephalography
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Authors: Gross, J.; Tass, P. A.; Salenius, S.; Hari, R.; Freund, H.-J.; Schnitzler, A.

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Free Content Reactive control of precision grip does not depend on fast transcortical reflex pathways in X-linked Kallmann subjects
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