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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 535, Number 3, September 2001

Free Content Ragged spiking of free calcium in ADP-stimulated human platelets: regulation of puff-like calcium signals in vitro and ex vivo
pp. 625-635(11)
Authors: Heemskerk, Johan W. M.; •†, George M. Willems; Rook, Martin B.; Sage, Stewart O.

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Free Content Presynaptic target of Ca2+ action on neuropeptide and acetylcholine release in Aplysia californica
pp. 647-662(16)
Authors: Ohnuma, Kiyoshi; Whim, Matthew D.; Fetter, Richard D.; Kaczmarek, Leonard K.; Zucker, Robert S.

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Free Content Chick cochlear hair cell exocytosis mediated by dihydropyridine-sensitive calcium channels
pp. 689-696(8)
Authors: Spassova, Maria; •†, Marc D. Eisen; Saunders, James C.; Parsons, Thomas D.

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Free Content Heterogeneous expression of the delayed-rectifier K+ currents iK,r and iK,s in rabbit sinoatrial node cells
pp. 703-714(12)
Authors: Lei, M.; Honjo, H.; Kodama, I.; Boyett, M. R.

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Free Content Phosphate ion channels in sarcoplasmic reticulum of rabbit skeletal muscle
pp. 715-728(14)
Authors: Laver, Derek R.; Lenz, Gerlinde K. E.; Dulhunty, Angela F.

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Free Content Activation of human α1 and α2 homomeric glycine receptors by taurine and GABA
pp. 741-755(15)
Authors: Jan, Didier De Saint; David-Watine, Brigitte; Korn, Henri; Bregestovski, Piotr

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Free Content Regulation of muscarinic acetylcholine receptor-mediated synaptic responses by GABAB receptors in the rat hippocampus
pp. 757-766(10)
Authors: Morton, Robin A.; Manuel, Nick A.; Bulters, Diederick O.; Cobb, Stuart R.; Davies, Ceri H.

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Free Content Interactions between NADPH oxidase-related proton and electron currents in human eosinophils
pp. 767-781(15)
Authors: DeCoursey, T. E.; Cherny, V. V.; DeCoursey, A. G.; Xu, W.; Thomas, L. L.

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Free Content Activation of NADPH oxidase-related proton and electron currents in human eosinophils by arachidonic acid
pp. 783-794(12)
Authors: Cherny, V. V.; Henderson, L. M.; Xu, W.; Thomas, L. L.; DeCoursey, T. E.

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Free Content Bicarbonate and fluid secretion evoked by cholecystokinin, bombesin and acetylcholine in isolated guinea-pig pancreatic ducts
pp. 795-807(13)
Authors: Szalmay, Gábor; Varga, Gábor; Kajiyama, Fumiyasu; Yang, Xue-Song; Lang, Timothy F.; Case, R. Maynard; Steward, Martin C.

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Free Content Nitric oxide is required for the induction and heterosynaptic spread of long-term potentiation in rat cerebellar slices
pp. 825-839(15)
Authors: Jacoby, Sonja; Sims, Robert E.; Hartell, Nicholas A.

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Free Content Cold-activated raphé-spinal neurons in rats
pp. 841-854(14)
Authors: Rathner, J. A.; Owens, N. C.; McAllen, R. M.

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Free Content Slowly conducting afferents activated by innocuous low temperature in human skin
pp. 855-865(11)
Authors: Campero, M.; Serra, J.; Bostock, H.; Ochoa, J. L.

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Free Content Phospholamban regulation of bladder contractility: evidence from gene-altered mouse models
pp. 867-878(12)
Authors: Nobe, Koji; Sutliff, Roy L.; Kranias, Evangelia G.; Paul, Richard J.

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Free Content Adaptation of cardiovascular responses to repetitive umbilical cord occlusion in the late gestation ovine fetus
pp. 879-888(10)
Authors: Green, L. R.; Kawagoe, Y.; Homan, J.; White, S. E.; Richardson, B. S.

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Free Content Volume and secretion rate of lung liquid in the final days of gestation and labour in the fetal sheep
pp. 889-899(11)
Authors: Pfister, Riccardo E.; Ramsden, C. Andrew; Neil, Heather L.; Kyriakides, Mary A.; Berger, Philip J.

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Free Content Interrelations of ATP synthesis and proton handling in ischaemically exercising human forearm muscle studied by 31P magnetic resonance spectroscopy
pp. 901-928(28)
Authors: Kemp, Graham J.; Roussel, Magali; Bendahan, David; Fur, Yann Le; Cozzone, Patrick J.

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Free Content Muscle vibration sustains motor unit firing rate during submaximal isometric fatigue in humans
pp. 929-936(8)
Authors: Griffin, L.; Garland, S. J.; Ivanova, T.; Gossen, E. R.

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Free Content Evidence for a biological dawn and dusk in the human circadian timing system
pp. 937-951(15)
Authors: Wehr, T. A.; Aeschbach, D.; Duncan, W. C.

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