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TitleCardiovascular Biology of Purines [electronic resource] / edited by Geoffrey Burnstock, James G. Dobson, Bruce T. Liang, Joel Linden
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1998
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Descript XI, 374 p. online resource


I. Adenosine -- 1 Molecular Biology and Pharmacology of Recombinant Human Adenosine Receptors -- 2 Cardiac Physiology of Adenosine -- 3 Vascular Biology and Pharmacology of Adenosine Receptors -- 4 Roles of Adenosine in Angiogenesis -- 5 Adenosine, KATP Channel and Cardioprotection in the Intact Heart -- 6 Adenosine Receptor Subtypes and Cardioprotection in Cardiac Myocyte and Transgenic Models -- 7 Regulation of Adenosine Receptor Subtypes and Cardiac Dysfunction in Human Heart Failure -- 8 Adenosine and Cardiac Arrhythmias -- 9 Adenosine and Cardiac Aging -- 10 Molecular Biology of P2X Purinoceptors -- 11 The G Protein-Coupled P2Y Receptors -- 12 P2 Purinoceptors in Blood Vessels -- 13 P2 Purinoceptors and Cardiac Functions -- 14 Vascular P2 Receptors and Their Possible Role in Hypertension -- III. Interaction Between P1 and P2 Receptors -- 15 Neuromodulation in the Cardiovascular System -- 16 Adenosine Receptors, Blood Vessel and Inflammation -- 17 P2 Purinoceptors and Regulation of the Function of Platelets, Erythrocytes and Mast Cells -- 18 Purinoreceptors and T Cell Function:Regulation of Lymphocyte Activation by Extracellular ATP and Adenosine -- 19 Recent Advances in Cardiac Adenosine Metabolism -- 20 The Role of Peripheral Autonomic Neurons with P1- and/or P2 -Purinoreceptors in Cardiac Regulation -- 21 Extracellular Metabolism of Nucleotides and Adenosine in the Cardiovascular System

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