sarcolemmal


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sar·co·lem·mal

, sarcolemmicsarcolemmous (sar'kō-lem'ăl, -lem'ik, -lem'ŭs),
Relating to the sarcolemma.

sar·co·lem·mal

, sarcolemmic , sarcolemmous (sahr'kō-lem'ăl, -ik, -ŭs)
Relating to the sarcolemma.
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He wrote the chapter "Cardiac Sarcolemmal ATP-Sensitive Potassium Channel Antagonists" in Drug Discovery Handbook (Wiley).
In APC, volatile anaesthetics appear to mediate their protection in cardiomyocytes by selectively priming sarcolemmal and mitochondrial adenosine-triphosphate-sensitive potassium channels through triggering a complex signal cascade involving protein kinase C, protein tyrosine kinase, second messenger signal systems such as guanine nucleotide-binding proteins and by the influence on [Ca.
As such, sarcolemmal and sarcoplasmic reticulum damage may have been too extensive for a 5-day supplementation protocol to have any impact (Rawson et al.
1991), and it was demonstrated that muscular dystrophy was related to the absence of the sarcolemmal protein dystrophin in many species (Asmundson and Jullian, 1956; Gorospe et al.
The induction of myocardial infarction in experimental animals by isoproterenol is probably be due to action on the sarcolemmal membrane, stimulation of adenylate cyclase, activation of [Na.
The receptor for digoxin and other cardiac glycosides is the sarcolemmal sodium pump ([Na/.
1991) The sarcolemmal lactate transporter: transmembrane determinants of lactate flux.
ATP] channels have been implicated in cellular preconditioning, the sarcolemmal membrane [K.
Localized ischemia during exercise testing could lower the intracellular pH and diminish the myocyte ATP concentration and the ability to maintain the steep concentration difference between the myocyte and serum creatine concentrations by inhibiting the sarcolemmal creatine transporter.
The absence of dystropin is proposed to lead to sarcolemmal instability and muscle cell necrosis (21, 22).