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  1. Catechins from green tea modulate neurotransmitter transporter activity in Xenopus oocytes
  2. Inhibitory efficacy of bufadienolides on Na + ,K + -pump activity versus cell proliferation
  3. Electrophysiology
  4. Appendix
  5. Heat induces adenosine triphosphate release from mast cells in vitro: a putative mechanism for moxibustion
  6. Regulation of Membrane Transporters by Delta-Opioid Receptors
  7. Modulation of Extracellular ATP Content of Mast Cells and DRG Neurons by Irradiation: Studies on Underlying Mechanism of Low-Level-Laser Therapy
  8. TRPV Channels in Mast Cells as a Target for Low-Level-Laser Therapy
  9. Genistein as Antiviral Drug against HIV Ion Channel
  10. The ORF4a protein of human coronavirus 229E functions as a viroporin that regulates viral production
  11. Kaempferol Derivatives as Antiviral Drugs against the 3a Channel Protein of Coronavirus
  12. ATP Release from Mast Cells by Physical Stimulation: A Putative Early Step in Activation of Acupuncture Points
  13. Cellular Mechanisms in Acupuncture Points and Affected Sites
  14. PEDV ORF3 encodes an ion channel protein and regulates virus production
  15. Coronaviral Ion Channels as Target for Chinese Herbal Medicine
  16. Activation of Mast Cells by Acupuncture Stimuli
  17. Stimulation of TRPV1 by Green Laser Light
  18. Inhibition of Activity of GABA Transporter GAT1 byδ-Opioid Receptor
  19. Regulation of the cardiovascular function by CO2 laser stimulation in anesthetized rats
  20. DIDS blocks a chloride-dependent current that is mediated by the 2B protein of enterovirus 71
  21. Emodin inhibits current through SARS-associated coronavirus 3a protein
  22. Effects ofα-Asarone on the Glutamate Transporter EAAC1 inXenopusOocytes
  23. Interactions of Na+,K+-ATPase and co-expressed δ-opioid receptor
  24. Single-channel properties of a stretch-sensitive chloride channel in the human mast cell line HMC-1
  25. Epigallocatechin-3-gallate is an inhibitor of Na+,K+-ATPase by favoring the E1 conformation
  26. A Fluid Mechanics Model of Tissue Fluid Flow in Limb Connective Tissue—A Mechanism of Acupuncture Signal Transmission
  27. Inhibition of P2X7 receptor by extracts of Chinese medicine
  28. Interaction of δ-opioid receptor with membrane transporters: Possible mechanisms in pain suppression by acupuncture
  29. Fast degradation of the auxiliary subunit of Na+/K+-ATPase in the plasma membrane of HeLa cells
  30. Severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus 3a protein forms an ion channel and modulates virus release
  31. Regulation of the glutamate transporter EAAC1 by expression and activation of δ-opioid receptor
  32. Identification and Selective Inhibition of the Channel Mode of the Neuronal GABA Transporter 1
  33. Involvement in K+ access of Leu318 at the extracellular domain flanking M3 and M4 of the Na+,K+-ATPase α-subunit
  34. Na,K-ATPase mutations in familial hemiplegic migraine lead to functional inactivation
  35. The role of N-glycosylation in the stability, trafficking and GABA-uptake of GABA-transporter 1
  36. Expression and transport function of the glutamate transporter EAAC1 inXenopus oocytes is regulated by syntaxin 1A
  37. Analgesic Effect of Electroacupuncture on Complete Freund's Adjuvant-Induced Inflammatory Pain in Mice: A Model of Antipain Treatment by Acupuncture in Mice
  38. Antiepileptic action induced by a combination of vigabatrin and tiagabine
  39. Different functional roles of arginine residues 39 and 61 and tyrosine residue 98 in transport and channel mode of the glutamate transporter EAAC1
  40. Modulation of Na+,K+ pumping and neurotransmitter uptake by β-amyloid
  41. Down-regulation of GABA-transporter function by hippocampal translation products: its possible role in epilepsy
  42. Modification of the PKC Phosphorylation Site Ser-23 of the Rat α1 Subunit
  43. Functional role of the N-terminus of Na+,K+-ATPase α-subunit as an inactivation gate of palytoxin-induced pump channel
  44. Selective suppression of hippocampal region hyperexcitability related to seizure susceptibility in epileptic El mice by the GABA-transporter inhibitor tiagabine
  45. Stimulation of Xenopus oocyte Na+,K+ATPase by the serum and glucocorticoid-dependent kinase sgk1
  46. RNA from heart of young and old rats leads to the expression of protein(s) in Xenopus oocytes that alter the transport activity of rat Na+,K+-ATPases differently
  47. Extracellular pH modulates kinetics of the Na+,K+-ATPase
  48. Functional significance of N- and C-terminus of the amino acid transporters EAAC1 and ASCT1: characterization of chimeric transporters
  49. Inhibition of uptake, steady-state currents, and transient charge movements generated by the neuronal GABA transporter by various anticonvulsant drugs
  50. Effect of mutation of glycosylation sites on the Na+ dependence of steady-state and transient currents generated by the neuronal GABA transporter
  51. Val 70, Phe 72 and the last seven amino acid residues of C-terminal are essential to the function of norepinephrine transporter
  52. Inhibition of the Na + ,K + pump by the epileptogenic pentylenetetrazole
  53. Identification of Ser354 and Ser357 involved in the function of norepinephrine transporter
  54. Voltage-dependent inhibition of the Na+,K+ pump by tetraethylammonium
  55. The Na+ ,K+ -ATPase carrying the carboxy-terminal Ca2+ /calmodulin binding domain of the Ca2+ pump has 2Na+ ,2K+ stoichiometry and lost charge movement in Na+ /Na+ exchange
  56. Significance of the glutamic acid residues Glu334, Glu959, and Glu960 of the α subunits of Torpedo Na+,K+ pumps for transport activity and ouabain binding
  57. Asssembly of the chimeric Na+K+-ATPase and H+K+-ATPase β-subunit with the Na+K+-ATPase α-subunit
  58. Transport Activity of a Chimeric Na+,K+-ATPase with Ca2+/Calmodulin Binding Domain from Ca2+-ATPase in Xenopus Oocytes
  59. The Ca2+ /calmodulin binding domain of the Ca2+ -ATPase linked to the Na+ ,K+ -ATPase alters transport stoichiometry
  60. Cardiac Na+ pump current-voltage relationships at various transmembrane gradients of the pumped cations
  62. Involvement of the GTP binding protein Rho in constitutive endocytosis in Xenopus laevis oocytes
  63. Introductory Remarks
  64. The Na+/K+ Pump: Structure and Function of the Alpha-Subunit
  65. Analysing the Na+/K+-pump in Outside-out Giant Membrane Patches of Xenopus Oocytes
  66. Electrogenic Properties of the Endogenous and of Modified Torpedo Na+/K+-Pumps in Xenopus Oocytes: The Access Channel for External Cations
  67. The Role of Putative Intramembraneous Glutamic Acid Residues of the α-Subunit of the Sodium Pump in External Cation Binding
  68. Inward-directed current generated by the Na+,K+ pump in Na+- and K+-free medium
  69. Structure-function relationships of cation binding in the Na+/K+-ATPase
  70. Voltage-dependent inhibition of the sodium pump by external sodium: Species differences and possible role of the N-terminus of the ?-subunit
  71. Voltage-dependent stimulation of Na+/K+-pump current by external cations: selectivity of different K+ congeners
  72. Regulation of endogenous and expressed Na+/K+ pumps in Xenopus oocytes by membrane potential and stimulation of protein kinases
  73. Potential dependence of mouse band 3 - mediated anion exchange in Xenopus oocytes
  74. Up-regulation of sodium pump activity in Xenopus laevis oocytes by expression of heterologous β 1 subunits of the sodium pump
  75. Conditions for a backward-running Na+/K+ pump in Xenopus oocytes
  76. Endogenous l-glutamate transport in oocytes of Xenopus laevis
  77. A negative slope in the current-voltage relationship of the Na+/K+ pump inXenopus oocytes produced by reduction of external [K+]
  78. Comparison of a Na+/d-glucose contransporter from rat intestine expressed in oocytes of Xenopus laevis with the endogenous cotransporter
  79. Activation of protein kinase C by phorbol ester induces downregulation of the Na+/K+-ATPase in oocytes ofXenopus laevis
  80. Endogenousd-glucose transport in oocytes ofXenopus laevis
  81. [7] Recording single-channel currents from human red cells
  82. Modulation of the Ca2+- or Pb2+-activated K+-selective channels in human red cells II. Parallelisms to modulation of the activity of a membrane-bound oxidoreductase
  83. [30] Measurement of erythroid band 3 protein-mediated anion transport in mRNA-injected oocytes of Xenopus laevis
  84. studies of erythroid band 3
  85. Characteristics of the Na+/K+-ATPase from Torpedo californica expressed in Xenopus oocytes: A combination of tracer flux measurements with electrophysiological measurements
  86. Voltage dependence of the Na−K ATPase: measurements of ouabain-dependent membrane current and ouabain binding in oocytes ofXenopus laevis
  87. Sodium and potassium currents in acutely demyelinated internodes of rabbit sciatic nerves.
  88. Potential dependence of the “electrically silent” anion exchange across the plasma membrane ofXenopus oocytes mediated by the band-3 protein of mouse red blood cells
  89. Voltage dependence of the rheogenic Na+/K+ ATPase in the membrane of oocytes ofXenopus laevis
  90. Effects of Calcium on Structure and Function of the Human Red Blood Cell Membrane
  91. Effects of vanadate, menadione and menadione analogs on the Ca2+-activated K+ channels in human red cells. Possible relations to membrane-bound oxidoreductase activity
  92. Ca2+-activated K+ permeability in human erythrocytes: Modulation of single-channel events
  93. Lead-induced activation and inhibition of potassium-selective channels in the human red blood cell
  94. Comparison of the effects of Anemonia toxin II on sodium and gating currents in frog myelinated nerve
  95. Single K+ channels in membrane evaginations of smooth muscle cells
  96. Inhibition of Na-alanine contransport in oocytes ofXenopus laevis during meiotic maturation is voltage-regulated
  97. Ca2+-activated K+ channels in human red cells. Comparison of single-channel currents with ion fluxes
  98. Sodium-alanine cotransport in oocytes ofXenopus laevis: Correlation of alanine and sodium fluxes with potential and current changes
  99. Properties of the Ca2+-activated K+ conductance of human red cells as revealed by the patch-clamp technique
  100. CA2+-Activated K+ Channels in Erythrocytes and Excitable Cells
  101. Sodium and potassium channels in myelinated nerve fibers
  102. K-current fluctuations in inward-rectifying channels of frog skeletal muscle
  103. Fluctuation analysis of Na+ channels modified by batrachotoxin in myelinated nerve
  104. Block of Na channels in the membrane of myelinated nerve by benzocaine
  105. Increased charge displacement in the membrane of myelinated nerve at reduced extracellular pH
  106. Modification of sodium inactivation in myelinated nerve by Anemonia toxin II and iodate. Analysis of current fluctuations and current relaxations
  107. Differences between K channels in motor and sensory nerve fibres of the frog as revealed by fluctuation analysis
  108. Slow actions of hyperpolarization on sodium channels in the membrane of myelinated nerve
  109. Temperature experiments on nerve and muscle membranes of frogs
  110. Effects of monochromatic X-radiation on the membrane of nodes of ranvier under voltage and current clamp conditions
  111. K channels in excitable cells as multi-ion pores
  112. Potassium channels as multi-ion single-file pores
  113. Ultraviolet-induced alterations of the sodium inactivation in myelinated nerve fibers
  114. Local anesthetics. Effect of pH on use-dependent block of sodium channels in frog muscle
  115. Kinetics of the slow variation of peak sodium current in the membrane of muelinated nerve following changes of holding potential or extracellular pH