A comparison of the effects of sodium thiocyanate and dantrolene sodium on a mammalian isolated skeletal muscle.

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1 A combination of electrical and pharmacological stimulation has been used to compare the effects of sodium thiocyanate and dantrolene sodium on the excitation-contraction coupling (ECC) mechanism of the mouse soleus muscle. 2 Thiocyanate prolonged the 'active state' after electrical stimulation and increased the response to 8 mM caffeine and 80 mM KCl… (More)

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@article{Moulds1977ACO, title={A comparison of the effects of sodium thiocyanate and dantrolene sodium on a mammalian isolated skeletal muscle.}, author={Robert F.W. Moulds}, journal={British journal of pharmacology}, year={1977}, volume={59 1}, pages={129-33} }