Nitric oxide activates the sarcolemmal
K(ATP) channel in normoxic and chronically hypoxic hearts by a cyclic GMP-dependent mechanism.
damage in dystrophin deficiency is modulated by synergistic interactions between mechanical and oxidative/nitrosative stresses," The American Journal of Pathology, vol.
In skeletal muscle, X-ROS sensitizes [Ca.sup.2+]-permeable sarcolemmal
"transient receptor potential" (TRP) channels, a pathway critical for sustaining SR load during repetitive contractions.
Lakatta, "Synergism of coupled subsarcolemmal [Ca.sup.2+] clocks and sarcolemmal
voltage clocks confers robust and flexible pacemaker function in a novel pacemaker cell model," American Journal of Physiology, vol.
It describes that strenuous physical exercise, may cause muscle injury and results in rupture of sarcolemmal
membrane and cause muscle proteins (such as CK and Mb) leakage into the bloodstream.
Vetter, "Thyroid control of sarcolemmal
[Na.sup.+]/[Ca.sup.2+] exchanger and SR [Ca.sup.2+]-ATPase in developing rat heart," American Journal of Physiology, vol.
(3,6) Current research suggests that several factors play a role in the development of rhabdomyolysis, such as decreased protein synthesis and sarcolemmal
excitability, increased protein degradation, modifications in carbohydrate metabolism, mitochondrial changes and electrolyte disturbances.
Na+-Ca2+ exchange and Na+-K+ ATPase activities and gene expression in alloxan-induced diabetes in rats.
Lactate transport is mediated by a membrane-bound carrier in rat skeletal sarcolemmal
Myocyte apoptosis during acute myocardial infarction in rats is related to early sarcolemmal
translocation of annexin A5 in border zone.
2002 Temperature dependent expression of sarcolemmal
K currents in rainbow trout atrial and ventricular myocytes.