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First, additional discontinuities of the PRC can occur when a class II excitable cell receives an appropriate stimulus that completely suppresses the oscillations (see Figure 2(d)) [48].
Ankyrins also play critical roles for ion channel regulation in other excitable cells, such as neurons and heart cells called cardiomyocytes,"
Two subtypes of L-type calcium channels, L-type voltage-sensitive calcium channels A1C (LVSCC-A1C) and A1D (LVSCC-A1D) genes expressed by excitable cells in the brain.
(pug) The University of Gttingen and its partners at the Gttingen Campus have been awarded funding for the Cluster of Excellence "Multiscale Bioimaging: from Molecular Machines to Networks of Excitable Cells" within the Excellence Strategy funded by the German Federal and State Governments.
surrounding myocardial cells consist of highly excitable cells making
Excitable cells in the nerve, skeletal and cardiac muscles play a significant role in regulating electrical excitability.
In fact, the voltage-gated calcium channel coded by these genes is a macromolecular assembly located in the membrane of excitable cells distributed throughout the brain, heart, smooth muscle, and endocrine system that play important roles in multiple vital activities including gene expression, muscle contraction, and hormone release.
Soon in 2005, Deisseroth's and Nagel's groups demonstrated the optical modulation of membrane potential in excitable cells of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans and neurons transfected with mutated ChR2(gf):YFP fusion-protein [55,56].