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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2+]-permeable sarcolemmal "transient receptor potential" (TRP) channels, a pathway critical for sustaining SR load during repetitive contractions.
Rescue of hereditary form of dilated cardiomyopathy by rAAV-mediated somatic gene therapy: amelioration of morphological findings, sarcolemmal permeability, cardiac performances, and the prognosis of TO-2 hamsters.
Differrential sensitivity of canine cardiac sarcolemmal and microsomal enzymes to inhibition by free radical induced lipid peroxidation.
Arachis hypogaea peanut agglutinin lectin, which recognizes unsialylated core 1 O-glycans, reacts strongly with sarcolemmal glycoproteins and with [alpha]-dystroglycan in DMRV patients, but not in controls.
Such changes may be modulated by calcium release channels (RYR2) and calcium transporting ATPases (SERCA2) on the sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) and by sarcolemmal proteins that traffic between caveolae and the rest of the membrane.
We also measured the expression of genes associated with inflammation and a number of sarcolemmal proteins associated with electrical impulse conduction.
Nitric oxide synthase (required for muscle relaxation) is associated with the sarcolemmal protein dystrophin normally, but is also absent in muscles of those with DMD.
Cardiac sarcolemmal ATP-sensitive potassium channel antagonists: a class of drugs that may selectively target the ischemic myocardium.
The activities of cardiac sarcolemmal Na [sup]+-K [sup]+-ATPase and Ca [sup]2+-ATPase were assessed in homogenates by measuring inorganic phosphorus released by the action of Na [sup]+/K [sup]+- and Ca [sup]2+/Mg [sup]2+-dependent hydrolysis of ATP.