A23187 increases calcium permeability of store sites more than of surface membranes in the rabbit mesenteric artery.

@article{Itoh1985A23187IC,
  title={A23187 increases calcium permeability of store sites more than of surface membranes in the rabbit mesenteric artery.},
  author={T. Itoh and Y. Kanmura and H. Kuriyama},
  journal={The Journal of Physiology},
  year={1985},
  volume={359}
}
  • T. Itoh, Y. Kanmura, H. Kuriyama
  • Published 1985
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of Physiology
  • The effects of a Ca ionophore, A23187, were investigated on intact and skinned smooth muscle tissues of the rabbit mesenteric artery. A23187 (over 10(‐9) M) inhibited, dose dependently, contractions induced by 10(‐5) M‐noradrenaline (NA) or 10 mM‐caffeine in Ca2+‐free solution containing 2 mM‐EGTA. Procaine (3 mM) led to cessation of the caffeine‐ or NA‐induced contractions in the presence or absence of Ca2+. When A23187 (10(‐7) M) was applied, the contractions in the presence of procaine were… CONTINUE READING
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