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Guinea current


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Guinea Current

Guinea current

Guinea current

Modulation of L-type calcium current by internal potassium in guinea pig ventricular myocytes

ATP-Sensitive potassium current alterations during ischemic preconditioning in guinea pig ventricular myocytes

Sphingosine-1-phosphate effects on guinea pig atrial myocytes: Alterations in action potentials and K+ currents

Swelling-activated chloride current is activated in guinea pig cardiomyocytes from endotoxic shock

Distribution of current photosynthate in two Guinea grass (Panicum maximum Jacq.) cultivars

The role of L-type Ca2+ current and Na+ current-stimulated Na/Ca exchange in triggering SR calcium release in guinea-pig cardiac ventricular myocytes

Inositol-1,4,5-trisphosphate increases contractions but not L-type calcium current in guinea pig ventricular myocytes

Modulation of the hyperpolarization-activated current (I f) by calcium and calmodulin in the guinea-pig sino-atrial node

Use-dependent facilitation and depression of l-type Ca2+ current in guinea-pig ventricular myocytes: modulation by Ca2+ and isoprenaline

Effects of the chromanol 293B, a selective blocker of the slow, component of the delayed rectifier K+ current, on repolarization in human and guinea pig ventricular myocytes

Regional differences in the delayed rectifier current (I Kr and I Ks) contribute to the differences in action potential duration in basal left ventricular myocytes in guinea-pig

β3-Adrenergic regulation of an ion channel in the heart—inhibition of the slow delayed rectifier potassium current I Ks in guinea pig ventricular myocytes

Rapid component I Kr of the guinea-pig cardiac delayed rectifier K+ current is inhibited by β1-adrenoreceptor activation, via cAMP/protein kinase A-dependent pathways

 

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A warm ocean current off the coast of West Africa, which transports low-saline, warm waters from the Gulf of Biafra south-west along the north Gabon coast.

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