Factors involved in the generation of tension during contraction to high potassium in the rat vas deferens.

Abstract

A large number of studies indicate that K(+)-induced contractions of smooth muscle depend on extracellular calcium. If these contractions depend exclusively on extracellular calcium then contractile responses to 140 mM K+, which are larger than the response to 35 mM K+, should be associated with a larger influx of 45Ca. This is not the case in the vas… (More)

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