Kim R. Kochsiek

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The loose-patch-clamp technique was used on intact cardiac papillary muscle of the rat to examine whether the fast sodium inward current (INa+) is influenced by the beta-adrenergic stimulant isoproterenol (ISO) or by 8-bromo-3',5'-cyclic adenosine monophosphate (8-Br-cAMP), respectively. The amplitude of INa+ evoked by test pulses of 5 ms to a transmembrane(More)
There is increasing evidence that human tumors possess tumor-associated neo-antigens. The host mounts an immunological response to these antigens, as evidenced by the detection of circulating humoral antibodies in a variety of human neoplasia.An indirect immunofluorescent antibody technique was employed to detect antibodies to tumor-associated antigens in(More)
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