|Author:||Nicholas Sperelakis,William C. Cole|
|Title:||Cell Interactions and Gap Junctions, Volume II|
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|ePUB size:||1491 kb|
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|Publisher:||CRC Press; 1 edition (June 30, 1989)|
Find nearly any book by Nicholas Sperelakis. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Cell Interactions and Gap Junctions, Volume II. by Nicholas Sperelakis, William C. Cole. ISBN 9780849347849 (978-0-8493-4784-9) Hardcover, CRC Press, 1989. Cell Physiology Source Book: Essentials of Membrane Biophysics. by Nicholas Sperelakis. ISBN 9780126569773 (978-0-12-656977-3) Hardcover, Academic Press,.
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Cell Interactions and Gap Junctions, Volume II. (Volume II focuses on cell interactions in cardiac and sm. Volume II focuses on cell interactions in cardiac and smooth muscle tisues. Professor Sperelakis has expanded the scope of his previous articles to provide the present book, creating a comprehensive work and an invaluable reference on the concepts underlying cellular excitability. 087/ref sr 1 5?s books&ie UTF8&qid 1540894935&sr 1-5&keywords Nicholas+Sperelakis. Nicholas Sperelakis, Sr. was born on March 3, 1930, in Joliet, Illinois, United States, to Demetrios Sperelakis and Aristea (Kayadakis) Sperelakis.
Cell Interactions And Gap Junctions by. Nicholas Sperelakis, William C.
Electrogenesis of Biopotentials in the Cardiovascular System Nicholas Sperelakis Springer Science+Business Media, 1995.
Part of the Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine book series (DICM, volume 200). Historically, cardiac electrical activity has been separated into "passive" and "active" components; the passive component has included the membrane capacitance and tissue resistivity, and the active component has been defined in terms of the non-linear membrane ionic currents. We are now learning that there is little functional separation between passive and active components. Y Rudy and W Quan, Effects of discrete cellular structure on propagation of excitation in cardiac tissue: A model study, in Cell interactions and gap junctions, vol. 2, N. Sperelakis and W. C. Cole, Eds. Boca Raton: CRC Press, In. 1989, pp. 123–142.
The permeability of gap junctions of two types of amacrine cell were not distinguishable from those from B-type horizontal cells. The lowest permeability was found for gap junctions between cone bipolar cells and the AII amacrine cells to which they are coupled. To determine whether the unitary permeability of channels is altered by channel modulators, we reduced permeability with octanol and a cAMP analog. 1989) Cell-to-cell diffusion of large molecules in cardiac cells. in Cell interactions and gap junctions, Vol II, eds Sperelakis N, Cole WC (CRC, Boca Raton, FL), pp 49–63.
Free Downloads Nicholas Sperelakis Books. Cell Physiology Source Book. ISBN 10: 0123877385 ISBN 13: 9780123877383. Download Cell Physiology Source Book by Nicholas Sperelakis. ISBN 10: 1461338123 ISBN 13: 9781461338123. Download Physiology and Pathophysiology of the Heart by Nicholas Sperelakis. ISBN 10: 0898386551 ISBN 13: 9780898386554. ISBN 10: 084934784X ISBN 13: 9780849347849. Download Cell Interactions and Gap Junctions, Volume II by . ISBN 10: 0323142699 ISBN 13: 9780323142694.
About publications (19) network. Publications 19. Publications by authors named "Nicholas Sperelakis". Are you Nicholas Sperelakis? Register this Author. Nicholas Sperelakis Bijoy Kalloor Lakshminarayanan Ramasamy. Theor Biol Med Model 2005 Sep 6;2:36. Epub 2005 Sep 6. Dept. Combined electric field and gap junctions on propagation of action potentials in cardiac muscle and smooth muscle in PSpice simulation. Authors: Nicholas Sperelakis.
1 This dogma became established based on the publications of a number of investigators, including Weidmann,2 Woodbury and Crill,3 and DeMello. Correspondence to Prof Nicholas Sperelakis, PhD, Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH 45267-0576. In summary, the PSpice simulation shows that transmission of excitation across cell junctions in cardiac muscle and smooth muscle can occur by an electrical mechanism that does not involve low-resistance gap-junction connections and local-circuit current flow.