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Role of intracellular calcium in promoting muscle damage: A strategy for controlling the dystrophic condition
It is suggested that various muscle diseases and examples of experimentally-induced muscle damage arise because of a high calcium level in the myoplasm. When [Ca2+]i is raised experimentally inExpand
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Experimental production of “septa” and apparent subdivision of muscle mitochondria
The rapid formation (in less than 45 min) of internal septa and the apparent subdivisionin situ of mitochondria from cardiac and skeletal muscle are described following a variety of experimentalExpand
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The effect of temperature on spontaneous release of transmitter at the mammalian neuromuscular junction
Abstract 1. (1)|Temperature has a multifactorial effect on MEPP frequency at the mammalian neuromuscular junction, with a negative Q 10 at 14–28°C. 2. (2)|The results are explained in terms of theExpand
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Calcium, Oxygen Radicals and Cellular Damage: Index
1. Are there common biochemical pathways in cell damage and cell death? C. J. Duncan 2. Free radicals in the pathogenesis of tissue damage M. J. Jackson 3. Calcium and signal transduction inExpand
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Effect of lethal high temperature on isolated frog skeletal muscle
Abstract 1. 1.It has been shown previously that exposure of frog skeletal muscle to 36°C produces loss of excitability and an inward flux of Na. 2. 2.These effects are now shown to be accompanied byExpand
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The induction of septation and subdivision in muscle mitochondria
Abstract 1. 1. Internal septa are described in mammalian skeletal muscle mitochondria in situ. 2. 2. They divide the organelles into two or three sections which may be in the same or differentExpand
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Membrane protein mobility and exocytosis
Abstract A review of the studies concerning the interacting effects of diamide, vinblastine, temperature. BWSV, Con A, hypertonicity and Ca 2+ on spontaneous release of transmitter at the amphibianExpand
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