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TitleHeart Function and Metabolism [electronic resource] : Proceedings of the Symposium held at the Eighth Annual Meeting of the American Section of the International Society for Heart Research, July 8-11, 1986, Winnipeg, Canada / edited by Naranjan S. Dhalla, Grant N. Pierce, Robert E. Beamish
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1987
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Descript XIV, 432 p. online resource


A. Special Lecture -- 1. Molecular Biology and Cardiac Function, Past, Present and Future -- B. Electrical Events and Ions -- 2. Regulation of Calcium Slow Channels and Potassium Channels of Cardiac Muscle by Cyclic Nucleotides and Metabolism -- 3. Potassium Channels Identified with Single Channel Recordings and Their Role in Cardiac Excitation -- 4. Na and Ca Channels in the Heart -- 5. Sodium Pathways In and Out of the Cardiac Cells: Relationship to Inotropy -- 6. Nondriven Electrical Activity in Cardiac Ventricular Fibers -- 7. Regulation of Cl? Activity in Ventricular Muscle: Cl?/HCO?3 Exchange and Na+ โ{128}{148} dependent Cl? Cotransport -- C. Sarcolemmal Functions -- 8. Parasympathetic Control of the Heart: Subcellular Mechanisms -- 9. Role of Phosphatidylethanolamine N-Methylation on Ca2+ Transport in Cardiac Membranes -- 10. Na+ - Ca2+ Exchange in Cardiac Sarcolemmal Vesicles -- 11. Na/K Pump Function in Cultured Embryonic Chick Heart Cells -- 12. Characteristics of Ca2+/Mg2+ ATPase in Heart Sarcolemma Treated with Trypsin -- D. Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Function -- 13. Depression of Canine Ventricular Sarcoplasmic Reticulum by the Calcium Channel Agonist, Bay K 8644 -- 14. Biophysical Aspects of Ca2+ โ{128}{148} Transport Sites in Skeletal and Cardiac Sarcoplasmic Reticulum (Ca2+ + Mg2+)โ{128}{148}ATPase -- 15. Mechanisms of Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Functions and Consequences for Muscle Activity -- 16. Protein Phosphorylation in Cardiac Sarcoplasmic Reticulum and Its Functional Consequences -- 17. The Ca2+ ATPase of Cardiac Muscle Sarcoplasmic Reticulum -- E. Contractile Protein Functions -- 18. Contractile and Regulatory Proteins in Cardiovascular System -- 19. Distribution of Cardiac Myosin Isozymes in Human and Rat Heart-Immunohistochemical Study Using Monoclonal Antibodies -- 20. Remodelling of the Myocyte at a Molecular Level - Relationship Between Myosin Isoenzyme Population and Sarcoplasmic Reticulum -- 21. Isomyosins and Isoactins in Mammalian Myocardium -- 22. Crossbridge Mechanisms of Contraction in Vascular Smooth Muscle -- F. Functional Aspect of Metabolism -- 23. Control of Glucose Uptake and Utilization in the Myocardium -- 24. Blockade of Sugar Transport Decreases Contractility of Aortic Smooth Muscle -- 25. Control of Energy Transport in Cardiac Muscle. Dissociation of ATP Levels from Contractile Function; Cardiac Failure Due to Phosphocreatine Deficiency -- 26. Creatine Kinase and Mechanical Properties of Rat Ventricular Muscle -- 27. Hemodynamic Performance of Creatine-Depleted Rat Heart in Isolated Blood-Perfused Working Preparation -- 28. Localization of Glucose-6-Phosphatase (G-6-Pase) in the Rat Heart Muscle Cells

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