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Concept Myometrium
Academic Article Functional and molecular characterization of maxi K+ -channels (BK(Ca)) in buffalo myometrium.
Academic Article Lead Modulates Calcium Entry and Beta-Adrenoceptors Signaling to Produce Myometrial Relaxation in Rats.
Academic Article Functional involvement of protein kinase C, Rho-kinase and TRPC3 decreases while PLC increases with advancement of pregnancy in mediating oxytocin-induced myometrial contractions in water buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis).
Academic Article Extra and intracellular calcium signaling pathway(s) differentially regulate histamine-induced myometrial contractions during early and mid-pregnancy stages in buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis).
Academic Article Dose-Dependent Differential Effects of In Vivo Exposure of Cadmium on Myometrial Activity in Rats: Involvement of VDCC and Ca2+-Mimicking Pathways.
Academic Article WITHDRAWN: Differential involvement of L- and T-type Ca2+ channels, store-operated calcium channel (TRPC) and Rho-kinase signaling pathway(s) in PGF2a-induced contractions in myometrium of non-pregnant and pregnant buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis).
Academic Article The functional and molecular studies on involvement of hydrogen sulphide in myometrial activity of non-pregnant buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis).
Academic Article Calcium Channels, Rho-Kinase, Protein Kinase-C, and Phospholipase-C Pathways Mediate Mercury Chloride-Induced Myometrial Contractions in Rats.
Academic Article Myometrial Calcium and Potassium Channels Play a Pivotal Role in Chromium-Induced Relaxation in Rat Uterus: an In Vitro Study.
Academic Article Calcium signaling cascades differentially regulate PGF2a-induced myometrial contractions in water buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis).

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