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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 528, Number 3, November 2000

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Free Content PERSPECTIVES
pp. 405-405(1)
Author: Ashcroft, Frances M.

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Free Content Human ageing and the sympathoadrenal system
pp. 407-417(11)
Authors: Seals, Douglas R.; Esler, Murray D.

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Free Content Fast imaging in two dimensions resolves extensive sources of Ca2+ sparks in frog skeletal muscle
pp. 419-433(15)
Authors: Brum, Gustavo; González, Adom; Rengifo, Juliana; Shirokova, Natalia; Ríos, Eduardo

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Free Content Enhanced L‐type Ca2+ channel current density in coronary smooth muscle of exercise‐trained pigs is compensated to limit myoplasmic free Ca2+ accumulation
pp. 435-445(11)
Authors: Heaps, Cristine L.; Bowles, Douglas K.; Sturek, Michael; Laughlin, M. Harold; Parker, Janet L.

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Free Content Deterministic inactivation of calcium release channels in mammalian skeletal muscle
pp. 447-456(10)
Authors: Szentesi, Péter; Kovács, László; Csernoch, László

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Free Content Ca2+‐sensing receptor‐mediated regulation of volume‐sensitive Cl− channels in human epithelial cells
pp. 457-472(16)
Authors: Shimizu, Takahiro; Morishima, Shigeru; Okada, Yasunobu

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Free Content Pituitary adenylate cyclase‐activating polypeptide may function as a neuromodulator in guinea‐pig adrenal medulla
pp. 473-487(15)
Authors: Inoue, M.; Fujishiro, N.; Ogawa, K.; Muroi, M.; Sakamoto, Y.; Imanaga, I.; Shioda, S.

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Free Content Patch‐clamp characterisation of somatostatin‐secreting δ‐cells in intact mouse pancreatic islets
pp. 497-507(11)
Authors: Göpel, S. O.; Kanno, T.; Barg, S.; Rorsman, P.

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Free Content Regulation of glucagon release in mouse α‐cells by KATP channels and inactivation of TTX‐sensitive Na+ channels
pp. 509-520(12)
Authors: Göpel, S. O.; Kanno, T.; Barg, S.; Weng, X.‐G.; Gromada, J.; Rorsman, P.

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Free Content Membrane currents in cultured human intestinal smooth muscle cells
pp. 521-537(17)
Authors: Zholos, A. V.; Fenech, C. J.; Prestwich, S. A.; Bolton, T. B.

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Free Content Inactivation and tachyphylaxis of heat‐evoked inward currents in nociceptive primary sensory neurones of rats
pp. 539-549(11)
Authors: Schwarz, Stefan; Greffrath, Wolfgang; Büsselberg, Dietrich; Treede, Rolf‐Detlef

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Free Content Functional interdependence of neurons in a single canine intrinsic cardiac ganglionated plexus
pp. 561-571(11)
Authors: Thompson, G. W.; Collier, K.; Ardell, J. L.; Kember, G.; Armour, J. A.

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Free Content Visual responses of ganglion cells of a New‐World primate, the capuchin monkey, Cebus apella
pp. 573-590(18)
Authors: Lee, Barry B.; Silveira, Luiz Carlos L.; Yamada, Elizabeth S.; Hunt, David M.; Kremers, Jan; Martin, Paul R.; Troy, John B.; Silva‐Filho, Manoel

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Free Content Effects of betamethasone administration to the fetal sheep in late gestation on fetal cerebral blood flow
pp. 619-632(14)
Authors: Schwab, Matthias; Roedel, Marcus; Anwar, M. Akhtar; Müller, Thomas; Schubert, Harald; Buchwalder, Lynn F.; Walter, Bernd; Nathanielsz, Peter W.

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Free Content Effect of prolonged, submaximal exercise and carbohydrate ingestion on monocyte intracellular cytokine production in humans
pp. 647-655(9)
Authors: Starkie, R. L.; Angus, D. J.; Rolland, J.; Hargreaves, M.; Febbraio, M. A.

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Free Content The role of gravity in human walking: pendular energy exchange, external work and optimal speed
pp. 657-668(12)
Authors: Cavagna, G. A.; Willems, P. A.; Heglund, N. C.

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