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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 Fig. 6: K-Efflux in Koronararterien Fig. 7: K-Efflux in Koronararterien Fig. 8A-B: K-Efflux in Koronararterien This Image - Fig. 9: K-Efflux in Koronararterien
Figure/Graphic 9: K-Efflux in Koronararterien
Glibenclamide partially inhibits ischaemia induced K+-efflux in an isolated pig coronary artery strip. Left and right hand panel from the same preparation. Glibenclamide added 20 minutes before beginning of trace on the right hand panel. Gap in trace represents 30 minutes. The addition of 1 mM Ba2+ does not inhibit the glibenclamide-insensitive component of ischaemia induced K+ efflux
 
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Figure/Graphic 9: K-Efflux in Koronararterien
Glibenclamide partially inhibits ischaemia induced K+-efflux in an isolated pig coronary artery strip. Left and right hand panel from the same preparation. Glibenclamide added 20 minutes before beginning of trace on the right hand panel. Gap in trace represents 30 minutes. The addition of 1 mM Ba2+ does not inhibit the glibenclamide-insensitive component of ischaemia induced K+ efflux
 
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