Evidence that agonist and antagonist enantiomers of the dihydropyridine PN 202-791 act at different sites on the voltage-dependent calcium channel of vascular muscle.

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S(+)-PN 202-791, a calcium channel agonist, and its optical isomer R(-)-PN 202-791, a calcium channel antagonist, respectively increased and decreased inward current carried by barium through voltage-dependent calcium channels in isolated ear artery cells of the rabbit in a concentration-dependent manner. The EC50 or IC50 derived from the concentration… (More)

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