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Mitochondrial KATP channels: role in cardioprotection

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Metabolic Seizure Resistance via BAD and KATP Channels

Differential sensitivity of atrial and ventricular KATP channels to metabolic inhibition

A new, sympathetic look at KATP channels in the heart

Evidence for mitochondrial KATP channels as effectors of human myocardial preconditioning

Role of KATP channels in repetitive induction of ventricular fibrillation

Anoxia generates rapid and massive opening of KATP channels in ventricular cardiac myocytes

Intestinal ischemia preconditions myocardium: role of protein kinase C and mitochondrial KATP channel

Effects of mitochondrial KATP modulators on cardioprotection induced by chronic high altitude hypoxia in rats

Mitochondrial plasticity in classical ischemic preconditioning—moving beyond the mitochondrial KATP channel

Diazoxide induced cardioprotection: what comes first, KATP channels or reactive oxygen species?

Mitochondrial uncoupling, with low concentration FCCP, induces ROS-dependent cardioprotection independent of KATP channel activation

Diazoxide causes early activation of cardiac sarcolemmal KATP channels during metabolic inhibition by an indirect mechanism

Contractile recovery of heart muscle after hypothermic hypoxia is improved by nicorandil via mitochondrial KATP channels

KATP channel-dependent metaboproteome decoded: systems approaches to heart failure prediction, diagnosis, and therapy

Sevoflurane pre- and post-conditioning protect the brain via the mitochondrial KATP channel


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abbr. for ATP‐dependent K+ channel; other name: Kir 6.2; a K+ inward rectifier channel of pancreatic B cells that is regulated by the ATP‐binding sulfonylurea receptor.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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