Enantioselective blockade of T-type Ca2+ current in adult rat sensory neurons by a steroid that lacks gamma-aminobutyric acid-modulatory activity.

Todorovic S.M., Prakriya M., Nakashima Y.M., Nilsson K.R., Han M., Zorumski C.F., Covery D.F., Lingle C.J. (1998) Enantioselective blockade of T-type Ca2+ current in adult rat sensory neurons by a steroid that lacks gamma-aminobutyric acid-modulatory activity. Molecular pharmacology, 54(5):918-27.

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The anesthetic steroid (+)-3alpha-hydroxy-5alpha-androstane-17beta-carbonitrile blocks N-, Q-, and R-type, but not L- and P-type, high voltage-activated Ca2+ current in hippocampal and dorsal root ganglion neurons of the rat.

Nakashima Y.M., Todorovic S.M., Covey D.F., Lingle C.J. (1998) The anesthetic steroid (+)-3alpha-hydroxy-5alpha-androstane-17beta-carbonitrile blocks N-, Q-, and R-type, but not L- and P-type, high voltage-activated Ca2+ current in hippocampal and dorsal root ganglion neurons of the rat. Molecular pharmacology, 54(3):559-68.

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Properties of Ba2+ currents arising from human alpha1E and alpha1Ebeta3 constructs expressed in HEK293 cells: physiology, pharmacology, and comparison to native T-type Ba2+ currents.

Nakashima Y.M., Todorovic S.M., Pereverzev A., Hescheler J., Schneider T., Lingle C.J. (1998) Properties of Ba2+ currents arising from human alpha1E and alpha1Ebeta3 constructs expressed in HEK293 cells: physiology, pharmacology, and comparison to native T-type Ba2+ currents. Neuropharmacology, 37(8):957-72.

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Inactivating BK channels in rat chromaffin cells may arise from heteromultimeric assembly of distinct inactivation-competent and noninactivating subunits.

Ding J.P., Li Z.W., Lingle C.J. (1998) Inactivating BK channels in rat chromaffin cells may arise from heteromultimeric assembly of distinct inactivation-competent and noninactivating subunits. Biophysical journal, 74(1):268-89.

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Pharmacological properties of T-type Ca2+ current in adult rat sensory neurons: effects of anticonvulsant and anesthetic agents.

Todorovic S.M., Lingle C.J. (1998) Pharmacological properties of T-type Ca2+ current in adult rat sensory neurons: effects of anticonvulsant and anesthetic agents. Journal of neurophysiology, 79(1):240-52.

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