ryanodine

(redirected from Ryanodin)

ry·an·o·dine

(rī-an'ō-dēn),
An alkaloid obtained from Ryania speciosa (family Flacourtiaceae); has a disruptive effect on calcium storage in cardiac and skeletal muscle, where it produces sustained contractions; used as an insecticide.
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Bu amacla 'pirfenidon' gibi dogrudan antifibrotik buyume faktoru inhibitorleri, 'tranilast' gibi enflammatuvar sitokin inhibitorleri, metalloproteinaz inhibitorleri ve ryanodin reseptor stabilize edici ajanlar gibi pek cok ajan arastirma calismalarinda kalp yetersizligi modelleri uzerinde denenmektedir (2, 49).
Identification of mutations in the cardiac ryanodin receptor gene in families affected with arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy type 2 (ARVD2).