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dihydropyridine receptor

dihydropyridine receptor

Dihydropyridine receptor blockers and skeletal muscle metabolism

Dihydropyridine receptor blockers and skeletal muscle metabolism

Thyroid status and postnatal changes in subsarcolemmal distribution and isoform expression of rat cardiac dihydropyridine receptors

Dihydropyridine and beta adrenergic receptor binding in dogs with tachycardia-induced atrial fibrillation

Analysis of Dihydropyridine Calcium Channel Blockers Using Negative Ion Photoionization Mass Spectrometry

Do local anaesthetics interact with dihydropyridine binding sites on neuronal L-type Ca2+ channels?

Clinical Relevance of 24 h Blood Pressure Control by 1,4-Dihydropyridines

Correlation between increases in dihydropyridine binding in vivo and behavioural signs of ethanol withdrawal in mice.

Dihydropyridine calcium-channel blockers for the treatment of hypertensive diabetic patients

P165The dihydropyridine calcium antagonist nicardipine reduces aortic smooth muscle cell viability, proliferation and migration

Effects of isradipine, a dihydropyridine-class calcium-channel antagonist, on d-methamphetamine's subjective and reinforcing effects

Three-dimensional structure of the α1–β complex in the skeletal muscle dihydropyridine receptor by single-particle electron microscopy

Improvement of the Chromatographic Separation of Several 1,4-Dihydropyridines Calcium Channel Antagonist Drugs by Experimental Design

Spatial distribution of dihydropyridine receptors in the plasma membrane of guinea pig cardiac myocytes investigated by correlative confocal microscopy and label–fracture electron microscopy

Pharmacokinetics and pulmonary extraction of clevidipine, a new vasodilating ultrashort‐acting dihydropyridine, during cardiopulmonary bypass†

I.v. anaesthetic agents inhibit dihydropyridine binding to L-type voltage-sensitive Ca2+ channels in rat cerebrocortical membranes.


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The most smooth muscle selective class of calcium channel blockers, used to treat hypertension. Examples include nifedipine and nitrenidine. More lipophilic derivatives (e.g. lercanidipine, lacidipine) have been developed.

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