T-type channels

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T-type channels

T-type calcium channels are involved in hypoxic pulmonary hypertension

Differential Regulation of Human Paired Associative Stimulation-Induced and Theta-Burst Stimulation-Induced Plasticity by L-type and T-type Ca2+ Channels

Chronic T-type Ca2+ channel blockade with mibefradil in hyperinsulinemic, insulin-resistant and hypertensive rats

Reexpression of T-type Ca2+ channel gene and current in post-infarction remodeled rat left ventricle

Reexpression of T-type Ca channels after myocardial infarction: does it play a role in cardiac excitation?

Differential efficacy of L- and T-type calcium channel blockers in preventing tachycardia-induced atrial remodeling in dogs

Aldosterone increases T-type calcium channel expression and in vitro beating frequency in neonatal rat cardiomyocytes

Early growth response 1 is an early signal inducing Cav3.2 T-type calcium channels during cardiac hypertrophy

Voltage-activated Ca2+ channels in rat renal afferent and efferent myocytes: no evidence for the T-type Ca2+ current

Chronic deficit in nitric oxide elicits oxidative stress and augments T-type calcium-channel contribution to vascular tone of rodent arteries and arterioles

The Cav3.1 T-type calcium channel is required for neointimal formation in response to vascular injury in mice

Dopaminergic Modulation of GABAergic Transmission in the Entorhinal Cortex: Concerted Roles of α1 Adrenoreceptors, Inward Rectifier K+, and T-Type Ca2+ Channels

Acrosome reaction of human spermatozoa is mainly mediated by α1H T-type calcium channels

The neoglycoprotein mannose–bovine serum albumin, but not progesterone, activates T-type calcium channels in human spermatozoa *

457 Role of angiotensin II and endothelin 1 in the regulation of T-type calcium channels re-expression in cardiomyocyte

Role of sympathetic nerves in the differential effects of T-type and L-type calcium channel blockers on renin secretion and renin gene expression.

Corrigendum to “Chronic T-type calcium channel blockade with mibefradil in hyperinsulinemic, insulin-resistant and hypertensive rats” [Cardiovasc Res 1997;34:121–128]


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Low-voltage-activated calcium channels, so called because they have transient and tiny currents, are rapidly inactivated and have low conductance. They respond to relatively small depolarizations and are involved in cardiac pacemaking and regulation of blood flow. Three family members have been cloned (α1G, α1H, and α1I). Mutations in α1H are associated with idiopathic generalized epilepsy. The channels are modulated by various hormones and neurotransmitters. Efonidipine blocks both L- and T-type channels.

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