@bul:* Comprehensive protocols included for the study of:
@subbul:* Ion channels using patch-clamp, molecular biology, and imaging techniques
* Role of ion channels in physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and toxicology
* Specific ion channels of specific tissues
Table of Contents
- Neuronal Voltage-Gated Ion Channels: Electrophysiology:
F.N. Quandt, Recording Sodium and Potassuim Currents from Neuroblastoma Cells.
M.L. Roy and T. Narahashi, Sodium Channels of Rat Dorsal Root Ganglion Neurons.
D.J. Surmeier, C.J. Wilson, and J. Eberwine, Patch-Clamp Techniques for Studying Potassium Currents in Mammalian Brain Neurons.
D.G. Puro, Calcium Channels of Human Retinal Glial Cells.
J.G. Starkus and M.D. Rayner, Axial-Wire Voltage Clamping in Crayfish Medial Giant Axons.
S.Y. Chiu and P. Shrager, Biophysical Studies of Ion Channels in Glial Cells and Axons of Myelinated Nerves.
Ligand-Gated Ion Channels: Electrophysiology:
J.G. Montes, M. Alkondon, E.F.R. Pereira, N.G. Castro, and E. Albuquerque, Electrophysiological Methods for the Study of Neuronal Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Ion Channels.
N. Akaike and N. Harata, GABAA> Receptor-Chloride Channel Complex.
Cardiac and Smooth Muscle Voltage-Gated Ion Channels: Electrophysiology:
M.F. Sheets and R.E. Ten Eick, Whole-Cell Voltage-Clamp of Cardiac Sodium Current.
R.S. Kass and R. Bangalore, Measurement of Dihydropyridine Modulation of Cardiac L-Type Calcium Channels: Molecular and Cellular Implications.
M.C. Sanguinetti, Potassium Channels of Cardiac Myocytes.
J.M. Farley, Airway Smooth Muscle Ion Channels.
Molecular Biology and Electrophysiology:
J.A. Drewe, H.A. Hartmann, and G.E. Kirsch, Potassium Channels in Mammalian Brain: A Molecular Approach.
M.W. Quick and H.A. Lester, Methods for Expression of Excitability Proteins in Xenopus Oocytes.
Imaging and Electrophysiology:
A.B. MacDermott, V. Henzi, and D.B. Reichling, Characterization of Glutamate Receptor Function Using Calcium Photometry and Imaging.
J.F. MacDonald, L.-Y. Wang, and M.W. Salter, Phosphorylation of Glutamate Receptors Using Electrophysiology Techniques.
B.W. Hicks and K.J. Angelides, Imaging Ion Channel Dynamics in Living Neurons by Fluorescence Microscopy.
S.R. Glaum, S. Alford, D.J. Rossi, G.L. Collingridge, and N.T. Salter, Whole-Cell Patch Recording with Simultaneous Measurement of Intracellular Calcium Concentration in Mammalian Brain Slices in Vitro.
A. Grove, A.F. Ferrer-Montiel, and M. Montal, Reconstitution of Channel Proteins from Excitable Cells in Lipid Bilayers: Authentic and Designed Proteins.
- No. of pages: 387
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Academic Press 1994
- Published: February 18, 1994
- Imprint: Academic Press
- eBook ISBN: 9781483288338
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