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Permeabilization of Cochliomyia hominivorax (Diptera: Calliphoridae) Embryos

Measurement of the glycogen synthetic pathway in permeabilized cells of cyanobacteria

Laser-induced immobilization and plasma membrane permeabilization in human spermatozoa

ATP-dependent effects of halothane on SR Ca2+ regulation in permeabilized atrial myocytes

Selective Permeabilization of the Blood–Brain Barrier at Sites of Metastasis

Decrease in Mitochondrial Function in Rat Cardiac Permeabilized Fibers Correlates With the Aging Phenotype

Dechorionation and Permeabilization of Podisus nigrispinus (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) Eggs: Limiting Factors for Cryopreservation

Increased Ca2+ sensitivity of contractile elements via protein kinase C in α-toxin permeabilized SMA from young spontaneously hypertensive rats

The RyR2 central domain peptide DPc10 lowers the threshold for spontaneous Ca2+ release in permeabilized cardiomyocytes

A comparative study of the plasma membrane permeabilization and fluidization induced by antipsychotic drugs in the rat brain

Drunken-cell footprints: nuclease treatment of ethanol-permeabilized bacteria reveals an initiation-like nucleoprotein complex in stationary phase replication origins

Triplex targeting of a native gene in permeabilized intact cells: Covalent modification of the gene for the chemokine receptor CCR5

Mitochondrial outer membrane permeabilization increases reactive oxygen species production and decreases mean sperm velocity but is not associated with DNA fragmentation in human sperm

412 Formation of reactive oxygen species in the presence of ultrasound-exposed microbubbles is related to transient permeabilization of cell membranes

341 Prevention by Trimetazidine of the alterations induced by insulin dependence or hyperinsulinemia on mitochondrial respiration in permeabilized cardiac fibers

Corrigendum to: The RyR2 central domain peptide DPc10 lowers the threshold for spontaneous Ca2+ release in permeabilized cardiomyocytes [Cardiovascular Research 70 (2006) 475–485]


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to render permeable. In cell biology, agents such as saponin, streptolysin O (see streptolysin), or an applied electric field are used to open holes in the plasma membrane of cells.


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