channel block

channel block

channel block
A hollow concrete masonry unit with portions depressed to form a continuous channel for reinforcing steel and grout.
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As a result, the sodium ion channel block degrades the temporal coherence of the network in the presence of autaptic connections.
Influence of external magnesium ions on the NMDA receptor channel block by different types of organic cations.
Rock outcroppings in some of the protected pockets off the main channel block most of the currents and concentrate good populations of 4- to 7-pound "paca" peacock, while the golden, 3-bar peacocks are most often found in the quiet lagoons and lakes or on the inner bend sandbars that offer sharp dropoffs.
A popular use is in instances where the wire passes through the terminal and numerous serial connections are made to one single wire such as channel block lettering where a series of LEDs is attached to a pair of wires.
Sodium channel block with mexiletine is effective in reducing dispersion of repolarization and preventing torsade de pointes in LQT2 and LQT3 models of the long-QT syndrome.
In the intermediate pipe channel block b, A connecting line to the block a for return sludge is installed.
This supports the finding that local anaesthetics primarily inhibit presynaptic function but also cause open ion channel block of postsynaptic acetylcholine receptors.
The 4x4 channel block can be used either as a combiner or splitter and configured to provide equal power in either case.
The company also displayed a 13-inch monitor/receiver, the model VT-1421, which has 181-channel capability, auto-programming tuner and channel block and 480 lines of horizontal resolution.
Atrial-Selective Sodium Channel Block as a Strategy for Suppression of Atrial Fibrillation: Alexander Burashnikov, Jose M.
These data suggest that atrial-selective sodium channel block is a potentially novel strategy for the management of clinical AF and that ranolazine has exceptional atrial-selective properties which may make it a unique compound for the treatment of atrial fibrillation.