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1. Review Protective role of neuronal KATP channels in brain hypoxia

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2. Neuron–Glia Signaling via � 1 Adrenoceptor-Mediated Ca 2 � Release in Bergmann Glial Cells In Situ

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3. Molecular Pain BioMed Central

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5. Protective role of neuronal KATP channels in brain hypoxia


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6. An intracellular analysis of gamma-aminobutyric-acid-associated ion movements in rat sympathetic neurones


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7. Changes in intracellular ion activities induced by adrenaline in human and rat skeletal muscle


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8. Cellular mechanisms of potassium homeostasis in the mammalian nervous system


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9. KATP channel formation by the sulphonylurea receptors SUR1 with Kir6.2 subunits in rat dorsal vagal neurons in situ

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10. Anoxic persistence of lumbar respiratory bursts and block of lumbar locomotion in newborn rat brainstem–spinal cords

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