LTCC

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LTCCLow Temperature Cofired Ceramic
LTCCLake Tahoe Community College
LTCCL-Type Calcium Channel
LTCCLearning Theory of Career Counseling
LTCCLong Term Care Center
LTCCLong Term Consumer Care, Inc.
LTCCLondon Terminal Control Centre (UK)
LTCCLondon Traffic Control Centre (UK)
LTCCLong Term Care Consultation
LTCCLake Tahoe Corvette Club (Nevada)
LTCCLong Term Care Consultant
LTCCLong Term Care Committee (various organizations)
LTCCLong-Term Coal Contract
LTCCLong Term Care Consortium
LTCCLongwall Top Coal Caving (mining)
LTCCLoading Training and Captive Carry
LTCCLeishmania Type Culture Collection
LTCCLong-Term Commercial Contract
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It has been theorized that the effects of verapamil in CPVT are due to a reduction in the primary calcium signal through blockade of the L-type calcium channel [18, 19].
Figures 4(c) and 4(d) show that the current amplitude of L-type calcium channel at +10 mV was not affected by STV either.
The plasma membrane contains calcium ATPase (PMCA) pump, L-type calcium channels, Cl-ca channel, a leak and inward rectifier potassium channels.
In most neurons, multiple mechanisms exist whereby increases in intracellular calcium concentration may occur including for example in calcium entry through N-methyl-D-Aspartate (NMDA) glutamate receptors and various voltage-gated calcium channels such as L-type calcium channels (LTCC), as well as in the release of calcium from intracellular stores [13-15].
Calcium channel blockers inhibit calcium ion flow through L-type calcium channels sensitive to voltage [8].
Blockade of spinal n-type and p-type but not l-type calcium channels excitability of rat dorsal horn neurones produced by subcutaneous inflammation ity of rat dorsal horn neurones produced by subcutaneous inflammation.
7] M), a L-type calcium channels blocker and atropine (3 x [10.
L-Type calcium channels mediate a slow excitatory synaptic transmission in rat midbrain dopaminergic neurons.
2 and SUR2A and the inhibition of calcium influx via the L-type calcium channel by decreasing the expressions of Cav1.
Characterisation of marrubenol, a diterpene extracted from Marrubium vulgare, as an L-type calcium channel blocker.
In the additional experiment, following the addition of different concentrations of DG, the L-type calcium channel opener BAY-K8644 (0.