Smooth Muscle Excitation

Smooth Muscle Excitation

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A compendium of electrophysical research on smooth muscles from an international collection of authors. This text includes discoveries in calcium stores and their relationship to contraction and to electrical changes in the membrane. A section of the book concentrates on the calcium release mechanisms in the cell, their control, and the consequence of calcium release in the cell for membrane events. It also covers the effects of chemicals released from adjacent cells. The book features both basic and clinical research and provides a range of drug development studies.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 350 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 34mm | 944g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • b&w illustrations, index
  • 012112360X
  • 9780121123604

Table of contents

Calcium channels: Voltage dependent L-type calcium channels in smooth muscle cells, U. Klockner; Multiple open states of calcium channels and their possible kinetic schemes, S. Nakayama et al; Noradrenaline-induced Ca-channel current modulation in smooth muscles, M. Watanabe et al; Regulation of the opening of voltage-gated Ca channels in smooth muscle cells, D.J. Beech, D. McHugh; Mechanisms of Ca2+ entry into smooth muscle after Ca2+ store depletion, P. Pacaud et al. Potassium channels: Regulation of voltage-gated K+ channels in vascular smooth muscle cells, P.I. Aaranson, S.V. Smimov; Glibenclamide-sensitive potassium channels in smooth muscle, Kitamura R. Ogata et al; Inward rectifier and ATP-sensitive potassium channels in arterial smooth muscle, J.M. Quayle et al; Modulation of the agonist-induced Ca2+ mobilization by K+ channel openers in arterial smooth muscle, T. Itah et al; Molecular cloning, expression, and characterization of smooth muscle K+ channels, B. Horowitz. Receptor transduction via channels and calcium stores: Properties of the muscarinic cationic channel in longitudinal smooth muscle of guinea-pig small intestine, A.V. Zholos, T.B. Bolton; Muscarinic activation of non-selective cation channels in airway smooth muscle cells, M.I. Kotlikoff, B.K. Fleischmann; Characteristics of carbachol- and caffeine- induced inward currents in rat intestinal smooth muscle cells, S. Ito et al; Multiplicity of regulatory mechanisms for receptor-operated cation-permeable channels in Guinea-pig ileum: a possible contribution of mechanical forces, R. Inoue et al; Mechanisms of cytosolic Ca2+ oscillations following muscarinic receptor activation in single smooth muscle cells, S. Komari, H. Ohashi; Muscarinic action on smooth muscle membrane of Guinea-pig urinary bladder, M. Yoshino et al; Transduction pathways activated by alpha-adrenoceptors in vascular myocytes: effects on release of stored Ca2+ channels and voltage-dependent Ca2+ channels. Calcium stores intracellular calcium release, pH and tension: Ca2+ release mechanisms in smooth muscle, M. Lino; Partial calcium release through the inositol 1,4,5--trisphosphate receptor, J.B. Parys et al; Modulation of intracellular Ca2+ concentration ([Ca2+]i) by the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) of intact endothelium, L. Li, C. van Breemen; Muscle and non-muscle properties of the regulatory system of cytosolic Ca2+ in smooth muscle cells, L. Raeymaekers et al. (Part contents).
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About T.B. Bolton

Edited by T. B. Bolton, and T. Tomita
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