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Gasser R, Horn S, Köppel H
Discrimination by valinomycin K-selective surface microelectrodes of a sulphonylurea-sensitive and a distinct sulphonylurea-, barium-, TEA- and cinnamate-insensitive component of K-efflux from isolated pig coronary arteries during simulated ischaemia
Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 1998; 1 (1): 43-51

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First Image Fig. 2: K-Efflux in Koronararterien - Mikroelektroden Fig. 3: K-Efflux in Koronararterien Fig. 4: K-Efflux in Koronararterien Fig. 5: K-Efflux in Koronararterien This Image - Fig. 6: K-Efflux in Koronararterien Fig. 7: K-Efflux in Koronararterien Fig. 8A-B: K-Efflux in Koronararterien Fig. 9: K-Efflux in Koronararterien
Figure/Graphic 6: K-Efflux in Koronararterien
Effect of tetramethylpyrazine (a non-sulfonylurea compound known to block K+ATP channels in various tissues, in the literature also named ligustrazine) during simulated ischaemia in an isolated pig coronary artery preparation. Tetramethylpyrazine reduces rate and extent of K+-efflux from the tissue. Left and right hand panel from the same preparation. Tetramethylpyrazine added 20 min before beginning of trace on the right hand panel. Gap represents 30 min.
 
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Figure/Graphic 6: K-Efflux in Koronararterien
Effect of tetramethylpyrazine (a non-sulfonylurea compound known to block K+ATP channels in various tissues, in the literature also named ligustrazine) during simulated ischaemia in an isolated pig coronary artery preparation. Tetramethylpyrazine reduces rate and extent of K+-efflux from the tissue. Left and right hand panel from the same preparation. Tetramethylpyrazine added 20 min before beginning of trace on the right hand panel. Gap represents 30 min.
 
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