Ilya Kubasov

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In rat anterior pituitary tumour cells (GH3/B6) thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) elicits a biphasic response. First, a release of intracellularly stored Ca2+ induces a hyperpolarization of the cell. Second, a depolarization thought to be induced by a reduction of the inward-rectifying K+ current (KIR) causes an increase in action potential frequency and(More)
In control experiments (n = 16), during direct stimulation of m. Soleus by trains of 5, 10 and 50 stimuli at a rate of 20 Hz a biphasic change was detected in the amplitude of the last contractile responses (LCRN) depending on N, where N is the number of individual contractile responses in the tetanus. Thus, an initial decrease in LCRN amplitudes (down to(More)
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