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ryanodine receptors
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(149 times)
SR (151 times)
ER (52 times)
E-C (28 times)
1992 Expression of a ryanodine receptor-Ca2+ channel that is regulated by TGF-beta.
ryanodine receptors/calcium release channels
(5 times)
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--- 1997 Magnesium inhibition of ryanodine-receptor calcium channels: evidence for two independent mechanisms.
ryanodine receptor channels
(4 times)
Molecular Biology
(2 times)
CGP (1 time)
SERCA (1 time)
SR (1 time)
2003 Differential modulation of cardiac and skeletal muscle ryanodine receptors by NADH.
ryanodine-sensitive receptors
(2 times)
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CAP (1 time)
CICRs (1 time)
CNS (1 time)
2000 Ryanodine receptor and capacitative Ca2+ entry in fresh preglomerular vascular smooth muscle cells.
regulates ryanodine
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Abeta42 (1 time)
NMDARs (1 time)
VGCCs (1 time)
2018 Early Alterations of Hippocampal Neuronal Firing Induced by Abeta42.
Ry receptors
(1 time)
Cell Biology
(1 time)
ER (1 time)
2003 Homogeneous Ca2+ stores in rat adrenal chromaffin cells.
ryanodine receptor complexes
(1 time)
(1 time)
--- 2002 Redox sensing properties of the ryanodine receptor complex.
ryanodine receptor proteins
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TG (1 time)
1998 Localisation of inositol trisphosphate and ryanodine receptors during mouse spermatogenesis: possible functional implications.
ryanodine-sensitive calcium-release channels
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cADPR (1 time)
CICR (1 time)
1998 Cyclic ADP-ribose and the regulation of calcium-induced calcium release in eggs and cardiac myocytes.
10  ryanodine-sensitive receptor channels
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Critical Care
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CICR (1 time)
HBSM (1 time)
RT-PCR (1 time)
2000 Human isolated bronchial smooth muscle contains functional ryanodine/caffeine-sensitive Ca-release channels.