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Academic Article Restoration of junctional tetrads in dysgenic myotubes by dihydropyridine receptor cDNA.
Academic Article Relationship of calcium transients to calcium currents and charge movements in myotubes expressing skeletal and cardiac dihydropyridine receptors.
Academic Article Enhanced dihydropyridine receptor channel activity in the presence of ryanodine receptor.
Academic Article Structure and function of voltage-dependent calcium channels from muscle.
Academic Article Functional nonequality of the cardiac and skeletal ryanodine receptors.
Academic Article Critical roles of the S3 segment and S3-S4 linker of repeat I in activation of L-type calcium channels.
Academic Article Localization in the II-III loop of the dihydropyridine receptor of a sequence critical for excitation-contraction coupling.
Academic Article Role of calcium permeation in dihydropyridine receptor function. Insights into channel gating and excitation-contraction coupling.
Academic Article Properties of Na+ currents conducted by a skeletal muscle L-type Ca2+ channel pore mutant (SkEIIIK).
Academic Article The muscular dysgenesis mutation in mice leads to arrest of the genetic program for muscle differentiation.
Academic Article Three-dimensional localization of the a and ß subunits and of the II-III loop in the skeletal muscle L-type Ca2+ channel.
Academic Article Single calcium channel behavior in native skeletal muscle.
Academic Article Ca2+ current activation rate correlates with alpha 1 subunit density.
Concept Muscle Proteins
Academic Article Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Localizing the gene product.
Grant Regulation of Membrane Excitability
Academic Article De novo reconstitution reveals the proteins required for skeletal muscle voltage-induced Ca2+ release.
Academic Article Junctophilins 1, 2, and 3 all support voltage-induced Ca2+ release despite considerable divergence.

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