Cobalt, manganese and the calcium paradox.

@article{Nayler1983CobaltMA,
  title={Cobalt, manganese and the calcium paradox.},
  author={Winifred Gwen Nayler and Shannon E Perry and Mary B Daly},
  journal={Journal of molecular and cellular cardiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={15 11},
  pages={735-47}
}
The reperfusion of hearts with Ca2+-containing buffers after relatively short periods of Ca2+-free perfusion results in tissue damage, Ca2+ overload, loss of mechanical function and displacement of intracellular components into the extracellular phase. Using isolated, spontaneously beating Langendorff perfused rat hearts we have investigated whether Mn2+ and Co2+ exert a dose dependent inhibitory effect on this gain in Ca2+ and loss of intracellular constituents (assayed as myoglobin). We have… CONTINUE READING