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Epidermal growth factor induces tyrosine phosphorylation, membrane insertion, and activation of transient receptor potential channel 4 72 56 0
Role of voltage-dependent modulation of store Ca2+ release in synchronization of Ca2+ oscillations 63 56 1
Ketamine anesthesia helps preserve neuronal viability 115 104 0
Ca²⁺ phase waves: a basis for cellular pacemaking and long-range synchronicity in the guinea-pig gastric pylorus 133 131 0
ATP-induced endothelium-independent enhancement of lymphatic vasomotion in guinea-pig mesentery involves P₂x and P₂y receptors 56 55 0
ET-1-associated vasomotion and vasospasm in lymphatic vessels of the guinea-pig mesentery 32 32 0
Spontaneous transient depolarizations in lymphatic vessels of the guinea pig mesentery: pharmacology and implication for spontaneous contractility 70 65 0
Epidermal growth factor induces tyrosine phosphorylation, membrane insertion, and activation of transient receptor potential channel 4 23 23 0
The spectrin cytoskeleton influences the surface expression and activation of human transient receptor potential channel 4 channels 53 47 1
SR Ca²⁺ store refill-a key factor in cardiac pacemaking 84 79 0
Synchronization of Ca²⁺ oscillations: a coupled oscillator-based mechanism in smooth muscle 45 43 0
Developmental changes in pacemaker currents in mouse locus coeruleus neurons 87 70 0
Generation and propagation of gastric slow waves 82 80 0
Off-axis parabolic optical relays: almost perfect imaging 88 79 5
A theoretical model of slow wave regulation using voltage-dependent synthesis of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate 38 36 1
A theoretical model of slow wave regulation using voltage-dependent synthesis of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate 59 53 1
A pharmacological approach to first aid treatment for snakebite 9 8 0
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