2 edition of K+ Channels in Cardiovascular Medicine found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Contributions||Denis Escande (Editor), Nick Standen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||332|
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Morales MJ, Rasmusson RL, Castellino RC, Crews AL, Zhang Y, Johnson LG, Lamson DR, Liu S, Comer MB, Strauss HC. A voltage-gated K+ channel ß -subunit cloned from ferret ventricle: Implications for cardiac K+ channel function. In: Potassium channels in normal and pathological conditions.. Leuven University Press, Belgium. Cardiovascular - Case Studies Book. STUDY. PLAY. ATP normally inhibits the extraceullar K+ transporter but is now being used up in the ischeamic tissue. Therefore extracellular K+ increases, which decreases contractility. RDA (Case Studies in Medicine Book) THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH 96 terms. Haematology - Case Studies Book.
Recent evidence suggests, however, that [ATP]i regulates the behavior of a class of potassium (KATP) channels that are found throughout the cardiovascular system. KATP channels are present in cardiac, skeletal, and vascular smooth muscle. The channels are inhibited by micromolar [ATP]i, and this inhibition is relieved by micromolar [ADP]novarekabet.com by: Jan 22, · Subunits ofguanine nucleotide regulatory proteins purified from bovine cerebral cortex were used to perfuse the intracellular surface of excised patches of chick embryonic atrial cells. Single Cited by:
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Potassium channels (K+) are membrane-spanning proteins which serve many important functions and are becoming a hot topic in physiology. K+ channels determine or modulate many functions of vascular smooth muscle, endothelial and inflammatory cells, and thus are central to regulation of arterial.
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The ATP-sensitive potassium channel (K ATP) was discovered in Since then, an enormous amount of research has been undertaken to characterize it in novarekabet.com: Derek M.
Yellon. CARDIOVASCULARK+ CHANNELS The most important cardiovascular K+ chan-nels are listed in table 1. Theoutwardrectifier or delayed rectifier (Kv) channel is activated by membrane depolarisation and gives rise to an outward directed K+ current which is responsible for repolarisation of the cardiac action potential.
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K+ channel opening: a new drug principle in cardiovascular medicine. Heart. Aug;76 (2)– Kubota I, Yamaki M, Shibata T, Ikeno E, Hosoya Y, Tomoike H. Role of ATP-sensitive K+ channel on ECG ST segment elevation during a bout of myocardial novarekabet.com: I. Gussak, F. Bjerregaard.
Cloned human heart delayed rectifier K+ channels. Abstract. Termination of the cardiac action potential plateau and the return to the resting potential has long been thought due to the contribution of several K + novarekabet.com: David Fedida, Arthur M. Brown. From basic science to clinical practice, this text is concerned with K+ channels in cardiovascular medicine.
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This book is based on papers presented at a Symposium held in Seoul, Korea in The idea for the symposium developed naturally from work in which Professor Yung E EarmAuthor: Denis Noble.
Part of the Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine book series (DICM, volume ) Abstract ATP-sensitive K + (K ATP) channels represent a family of potassium channels inhibited by intracellular ATP (ATP Author: Yoshihisa Kurachi, André Terzic, Ian Findlay.
Peter Mohler, PhD, is internationally recognized for his research in the field of abnormal heart rhythms and heart failure at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center.
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The most important and relevant disorders are presented, with emphasis on the Book Edition: 4. Potassium channels (K+) are membrane-spanning proteins which serve many important functions and are becoming a hot topic in physiology.
K+ channels determine or modulate many functions of vascular smooth muscle, endothelial and inflammatory cells, and thus are central to regulation of arterial tone and control of cell proliferation. Introduction: Systemic lupus is a disseminated inflammation of the conjunctive novarekabet.comvascular lesions are the first cause of morbidity and mortality in the course of that disease.
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Nielsen-Kudsk S. Boesgaard J. Aldershvile Heart ; 76 Published Online First: 01 Aug Author: I. Gussak, F. Bjerregaard. Apr 13, · The aim of this review is to describe the role of SK channels in healthy and diseased hearts, to suggest cardiovascular pathophysiologic targets Cited by: 7.
For research specialists, the book will provide a perspective of the field. The book can be used as a reference source for working scientists in the fields of ion channels, biophysics, cardiac electrophysiology, and pharmacology. It is aimed at graduate and medical students, designed for use as a textbook for graduate and medical courses.
Voltage-gated potassium channels (Kv) are the largest group of ion channels. Kv are involved in controlling the resting potential and action potential duration in the heart and brain.
Additionally, these proteins participate in cell cycle progression as well as in several other important features in mammalian cell physiology, such as activation, differentiation, apoptosis, and cell volume Cited by: 2.
Potassium channels (K+) are membrane-spanning proteins which serve many important functions and are becoming a hot topic in physiology. K+ channels determine or modulate many functions of vascular smooth muscle, endothelial and inflammatory cells, and thus are central to regulation of arterial tone and control of cell novarekabet.com: Springer US.
K + channels in the cardiovascular system. K + channels are expressed in all mammalian cell types. To date, four distinct, major classes have been identified in cardiovascular myocytes: voltage-gated (K V), K Ca, two-pore domain (K 2P), and inwardly rectifying (K ir) K + novarekabet.com: F Fusi, A Trezza, M Tramaglino, G Sgaragli, S Saponara, O Spiga.Michelakis ED, Rebeyka I, Wu X, Nsair A, Thebaud B, Hashimoto K, Dyck JR, Harmony A, Harry G, Barr A, Archer SL "O2 sensing in the human ductus arteriosus: regulation of voltage-gated K+ channels in smooth muscle cells by a mitochondrial redox sensor." Circ.
Res. Sep; 91(6)These channels are a heterotetramer composed of two GIRK1 and two GIRK4 subunits. Examples are potassium channels in the heart, which, when activated by parasympathetic signals through M2 muscarinic receptors, cause an outward current of potassium, which slows down the heart rate.