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1. GABA Increases Electrical Excitability in a Subset of Human Unmyelinated Peripheral Axons

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2. Adenosine, ‘pertussis-sensitive’ G-proteins, and K+ conductance in central mammalian neurones under energy deprivation


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3. A chloride channel in rat and human axons


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


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


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6. Activity-dependent excitability changes in normal and demyelinated rat spinal root axons


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


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8. GABA Increases Electrical Excitability in a Subset of Human Unmyelinated Peripheral Axons

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20098693  
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9. Ultrasonic signalling by a Bornean frog

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10. Cromakalim (BRL 34915) restores in vitro the membrane potential of depolarized human skeletal muscle fibres


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