Journal of Physiology-London

(The TQCC of Journal of Physiology-London is 52. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
On the Absorption of Fluids from the Connective Tissue Spaces1475
Mitochondria and calcium: from cell signalling to cell death878
The use of sacs of everted small intestine for the study of the transference of substances from the mucosal to the serosal surface859
Aquaporin water channels – from atomic structure to clinical medicine842
Muscle damage from eccentric exercise: mechanism, mechanical signs, adaptation and clinical applications837
Cholinergic and inhibitory synapses in a pathway from motor-axon collaterals to motoneurones826
Effects of pH on the myofilaments and the sarcoplasmic reticulum of skinned cells from cardiace and skeletal muscles.761
The dependence of calcium efflux from cardiac muscle on temperature and external ion composition638
Short latency inhibition of human hand motor cortex by somatosensory input from the hand579
Contractile properties of skeletal muscles from young, adult and aged mice.575
Development of a tonic form of synaptic inhibition in rat cerebellar granule cells resulting from persistent activation of GABAA receptors.575
Responses in small hand muscles from magnetic stimulation of the human brain.556
S-potentials from colour units in the retina of fish (Cyprinidae)552
Directional differences of impulse spread in trabecular muscle from mammalian heart.535
Active transport of cations in giant axons from Sepia and Loligo524
The origin of acetylcholine released from guinea-pig intestine and longitudinal muscle strips518
Prediction of repetitive firing behaviour from voltage clamp data on an isolated neurone soma515
ATP is released from rabbit urinary bladder epithelial cells by hydrostatic pressure changes-possible sensory mechanism?505
Observations in man upon a blood pressure raising reflex arising from the voluntary muscles497
Contributions of mitochondria to animal physiology: from homeostatic sensor to calcium signalling and cell death471
Supraspinal factors in human muscle fatigue: evidence for suboptimal output from the motor cortex.470
S-potentials from luminosity units in the retina of fish (Cyprinidae)446
Contractions induced by a calcium-triggered release of calcium from the sarcoplasmic reticulum of single skinned cardiac cells.439
Developmental programming of the metabolic syndrome by maternal nutritional imbalance: how strong is the evidence from experimental models in mammals?424
Confirmation from choline acetylase analyses of a massive cholinergic innervation to the rat hippocampus400
The binding of acetylcholine to receptors and its removal from the synaptic cleft386
Hypoxia releases a vasoconstrictor substance from the canine vascular endothelium.369
The mechanism of catecholamine release from the adrenal medulla and the role of calcium in stimulus-secretion coupling365
Electrical constants of trabecular muscle from mammalian heart362
Maximum velocity of shortening in relation to myosin isoform composition in single fibres from human skeletal muscles.358
Facilitated transfer of glucose from blood into brain tissue.351
The recording of potentials from motoneurones with an intracellular electrode347
Analysis of excitatory synaptic action in pyramidal cells using whole-cell recording from rat hippocampal slices.347
On the origin from the spinal cord of the vaso-dilator fibres of the hind-limb, and on the nature of these fibres1345
Characterization of TTX-sensitive and TTX-resistant sodium currents in small cells from adult rat dorsal root ganglia.342
Force-velocity relations and myosin heavy chain isoform compositions of skinned fibres from rat skeletal muscle.342
Conductance properties of single inwardly rectifying potassium channels in ventricular cells from guinea-pig heart.341
The recirculation of lymphocytes from blood to lymph in the rat332
Microglia across the lifespan: from origin to function in brain development, plasticity and cognition330
Action of brief pulses of glutamate on AMPA/kainate receptors in patches from different neurones of rat hippocampal slices.329
The output of sympathetic transmitter from the spleen of the cat327
On the specific vaso-dilating and plain muscle stimulating substances from accessory genital glands in man and certain animals (prostaglandin and vesiglandin)323
Intracellular recording from the myenteric plexus of the guinea-pig ileum322
The spontaneous and evoked release of acetylcholine from the cerebral cortex319
Properties of the hyperpolarizing-activated current (if) in cells isolated from the rabbit sino-atrial node.317
Afferent discharges to the cerebral cortex from peripheral sense organs316
Effect of hydrogen peroxide and dithiothreitol on contractile function of single skeletal muscle fibres from the mouse312
Stimulus-secretion coupling in a neurosecretory organ: the role of calcium in the release of vasopressin from the neurohypophysis310
Hamstring contractures in children with spastic cerebral palsy result from a stiffer extracellular matrix and increasedin vivosarcomere length308
Release of substance P from the cat spinal cord.306
Timing and distribution of protein ingestion during prolonged recovery from resistance exercise alters myofibrillar protein synthesis301
The effect of adenosine on the release of the transmitter from the phrenic nerve of the rat300
Direct patch recording from identified presynaptic terminals mediating glutamatergic EPSCs in the rat CNS, in vitro.297
A comparison of spontaneous and nerve-mediated activity in bladder muscle from man, pig and rabbit.295
Possible mechanisms for long-lasting potentiation of synaptic transmission in hippocampal slices from guinea-pigs.294
The effect of cyanide on the efflux of calcium from squid axons292
On the role of mitochondria in transmitter release from motor nerve terminals.286
Modelling spinal circuitry involved in locomotor pattern generation: insights from deletions during fictive locomotion285
Characterization of a slow cholinergic post-synaptic potential recorded in vitro from rat hippocampal pyramidal cells.280
Disinhibition of rat hippocampal pyramidal cells by GABAergic afferents from the septum.274
Fall in blood pressure produced from discrete regions of the ventral surface of the medulla by glycine and lesions273
On the association between transmitter secretion and the release of adenine nucleotides from mammalian motor nerve terminals.272
Projection from low-threshold muscle afferents of hand and forearm to area 3a of baboon's cortex271
Voltage-activated and calcium-activated currents studied in solitary rod inner segments from the salamander retina266
Electrical properties of individual cells isolated from adult rat ventricular myocardium.265
Intracellular recording from vertebrate myelinated axons: mechanism of the depolarizing afterpotential264
Phasic firing enhances vasopressin release from the rat neurohypophysis262
Mechanism of release of calcium from sarcoplasmic reticulum of guinea-pig cardiac cells.261
Mitochondrial uncoupling proteins: from mitochondria to the regulation of energy balance255
Slow recovery from inactivation of inward currents in mammalian myocardial fibres255
Depolarization of central terminals of Group I afferent fibres from muscle252
Task‐dependent modulation of 15‐30 Hz coherence between rectified EMGs from human hand and forearm muscles247
The direction of growth of differentiating neurones and myoblasts from frog embryos in an applied electric field.247
Force and power output of fast and slow skeletal muscles from mdx mice 6‐28 months old242
Recurrent inhibition of interneurones monosynaptically activated from group Ia afferents239
Characterization and ionic basis of GABA-induced depolarizations recorded in vitro from cat primary afferent neurones.238
Ionic currents of outer hair cells isolated from the guinea-pig cochlea.238
Correlation between long-term potentiation and release of endogenous amino acids from dentate gyrus of anaesthetized rats.238
Low carbohydrate, high fat diet impairs exercise economy and negates the performance benefit from intensified training in elite race walkers236
The release of nucleotides, 5-hydroxytryptamine and enzymes from human blood platelets during aggregation234
The responses of afferent fibres from the glabrous skin of the hand during voluntary finger movements in man.234
Human postural sway results from frequent, ballistic bias impulses by soleus and gastrocnemius234
The number of transmitter molecules in a quantum: an estimate from iontophoretic application of acetylcholine at the neuromuscular synapse.233
The distribution of monosynaptic excitation from the pyramidal tract and from primary spindle afferents to motoneurones of the baboon's hand and forearm224
Inadequate heat release from the human brain during prolonged exercise with hyperthermia223
Inferences from pulmonary O 2 uptake with respect to intramuscular [phosphocreatine] kinetics during moderate exercise in humans222
The effects of inorganic phosphate and creatine phosphate on force production in skinned muscles from rat ventricle.221
The role of the solitary and paramedian reticular nuclei in mediating cardiovascular reflex responses from carotid baro- and chemoreceptors218
Recurrent inhibition from motor axon collaterals of transmission in the Ia inhibitory pathway to motoneurones216
Serotonergic innervation of the locus coeruleus from the dorsal raphe and its action on responses to noxious stimuli.215
Spontaneous electrical rhythmicity in cultured interstitial cells of Cajal from the murine small intestine214
Facilitation of the lordosis reflex of female rats from the ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus.213
Cord cells responding to fine myelinated afferents from viscera, muscle and skin213
Variation of membrane properties in hair cells isolated from the turtle cochlea.211
The mitochondrial calcium uniporter complex: molecular components, structure and physiopathological implications210
Reflexes elicitable in the cat from pinna vibrissae and jaws210
The mechanism of acetylcholine release from parasympathetic nerves206
Effects of low oxygen on the release of dopamine from the rabbit carotid bodyin vitro201
Relative mitochondrial membrane potential and [Ca2+]i in type I cells isolated from the rabbit carotid body.200
The transmission of excitation from autonomic nerve to smooth muscle200
Glutamate receptor channels in isolated patches from CA1 and CA3 pyramidal cells of rat hippocampal slices.200
Muscular control of landing from unexpected falls in man200
Estimating the strength of common input to human motoneurons from the cross-correlogram.198
Sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium release in frog skeletal muscle fibres estimated from Arsenazo III calcium transients.195
Nervous outflow from skeletal muscle following chemical noxious stimulation192
Characterisation of human monocarboxylate transporter 4 substantiates its role in lactic acid efflux from skeletal muscle190
Release of histamine from skin and muscle in the cat by opium alkaloids and other histamine liberators190
Regional variations in action potentials and transient outward current in myocytes isolated from rabbit left ventricle.188
Voltage‐gated K + channels in layer 5 neocortical pyramidal neurones from young rats: subtypes and gradients187
Cerebral network disorders after stroke: evidence from imaging-based connectivity analyses of active and resting brain states in humans186
Activation and desensitization of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors in nucleated outside-out patches from mouse neurones.183
Factors released from endocardium of the ferret and pig modulate myocardial contraction.182
Activation of the human diaphragm from the motor cortex.182
The release of histamine and 5-hydroxytryptamine (serotonin) from platelets by antigen-antibody reactions (in vitro )182
Supplementation with vitamins C and E inhibits the release of interleukin-6 from contracting human skeletal muscle182
Synaptic GABAA activation induces Ca2+ rise in pyramidal cells and interneurons from rat neonatal hippocampal slices.181
Excitation and sensitization of fine articular afferents from cat's knee joint by prostaglandin E2.178
The capillary dilator substances in dry powders of spinal roots; a possible role of adenosine triphosphate in chemical transmission from nerve endings178
Voltage‐gated and resting membrane currents recorded from B‐cells in intact mouse pancreatic islets177
Role of bicarbonate in pH recovery from intracellular acidosis in the guinea-pig ventricular myocyte.177
Effects of sarcomere length on the force-pCa relation in fast- and slow-twitch skinned muscle fibres from the rat176
Calcium-dependent chloride currents in isolated cells from rat lacrimal glands.175
Respiratory reflexes from the trachea and bronchi of the cat175
Changes in Achilles tendon moment arm from rest to maximum isometric plantarflexion:in vivoobservations in man175
Evidence for cutaneous and corticospinal modulation of presynaptic inhibition of Ia afferents from the human lower limb.174
Increased persistent Na+current and its effect on excitability in motoneurones cultured from mutant SOD1 mice173
On the mechanism by which adenosine receptor activation inhibits the release of acetylcholine from motor nerve endings.173
Discharges from vestibular receptors in the cat171
Mitochondrial function in type I cells isolated from rabbit arterial chemoreceptors.170
Calcium-independent release of GABA from isolated horizontal cells of the toad retina.170
The influence of intracellular calcium concentration on degranulation of dialysed mast cells from rat peritoneum.169
Influence of the autonomic nervous system on the release of vasoactive intestinal polypeptide from the porcine gastrointestinal tract.169
Mapping calcium transients in the dendrites of Purkinje cells from the guinea-pig cerebellum in vitro.169
Cutaneous facilitation of transmission in reflex pathways from Ib afferents to motoneurones.168
Role of Ca2+ channel in cardiac excitation-contraction coupling in the rat: evidence from Ca2+ transients and contraction.167
Factors influencing exit of substances from cerebrospinal fluid into deep cervical lymph of the rabbit.166
Some electrical properties of the endothelium-dependent hyperpolarization recorded from rat arterial smooth muscle cells.165
Opioid actions on single nucleus raphe magnus neurons from rat and guinea-pig in vitro.165
Relative contribution from different nerves to recurrent depression of Ia IPSPs in motoneurones164
Offspring from mothers fed a ‘junk food’ diet in pregnancy and lactation exhibit exacerbated adiposity that is more pronounced in females163
Shift of activity from slow to fast muscle during voluntary lengthening contractions of the triceps surae muscles in humans.162
Functional characterization of Kv channel beta-subunits from rat brain.161
Heteromeric HCN1–HCN4 Channels: A Comparison with Native Pacemaker Channels from the Rabbit Sinoatrial Node160
You are as fast as your motor neurons: speed of recruitment and maximal discharge of motor neurons determine the maximal rate of force development in humans160
Synaptic excitation and inhibition resulting from direct action of acetylcholine on two types of chemoreceptors on individual amphibian parasympathetic neurones160
Tonic vibration reflexes elicited during fatigue from maximal voluntary contractions in man.160
Modelling spinal circuitry involved in locomotor pattern generation: insights from the effects of afferent stimulation159
Intracellular recording from myenteric neurons of the guinea-pig ileum that respond to stretch159
Intracellular recording from antidromically activated motoneurones159
Stimulation, by inhibition of (Na+-K+-Mg2+)-activated, ATP-ase, of acetylcholine release in cortical slices from rat brain158
Relaxation of rabbit psoas muscle fibres from rigor by photochemical generation of adenosine-5'-triphosphate.158
Disynaptic inhibition of spinal motoneurones from the motor cortex in the monkey.157
Detachment of structurally intact nerve endings from chromatolytic neurones of rat superior cervical ganglion during the depression of synaptic transmission induced by post-ganglionic axotomy.156
Electrophysiological properties of sodium current subtypes in small cells from adult rat dorsal root ganglia156
The increase in muscle force after 4 weeks of strength training is mediated by adaptations in motor unit recruitment and rate coding156
Potassium currents in inner hair cells isolated from the guinea-pig cochlea.155
Response properties of cones from the retina of the tiger salamander.155
Lactate, glucose and O 2 uptake in human brain during recovery from maximal exercise154
Movement illusions evoked by ensemble cutaneous input from the dorsum of the human hand.154
The metabolism of [3H]noradrenaline released by electrical stimulation from the isolated nictitating membrane of the cat and from the vas deferens of the rat151
Melanin concentrating hormone depresses synaptic activity of glutamate and GABA neurons from rat lateral hypothalamus151
Manganese fluxes and manganese-dependent neurotransmitter release in presynaptic nerve endings isolated from rat brain.149
Release of adenosine triphosphate from isolated adult heart cells in response to hypoxia149
GABA and glutamate mediate rapid neurotransmission from suprachiasmatic nucleus to hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus in rat.148
Voltage-dependent conductances of solitary ganglion cells dissociated from the rat retina.148
Adenosine-activated potassium current in smooth muscle cells isolated from the pig coronary artery.147
Rapid Report147
The transduction channel of hair cells from the bull-frog characterized by noise analysis.146
Intracellular calcium and tension during fatigue in isolated single muscle fibres from Xenopus laevis.145
Properties of gastric smooth muscles obtained from mice which lack inositol trisphosphate receptor145
Cyclic changes in potential and resistance of the beta-cell membrane induced by glucose in islets of Langerhans from mouse.144
Electrogenic uptake of glutamate and aspartate into glial cells isolated from the salamander (Ambystoma) retina.144
Shift from depolarizing to hyperpolarizing glycine action in rat auditory neurones is due to age‐dependent Cl regulation144
Some characteristics of histamine secretion from rat peritoneal mast cells stimulated with nerve growth factor.143
Single-unit recording from antidromically activated optic radiation neurones142
Opioid‐resistant respiratory pathway from the preinspiratory neurones to abdominal muscles: in vivo and in vitro study in the newborn rat141
High endogenous calcium buffering in Purkinje cells from rat cerebellar slices.141
Afferent impulses from the teeth due to pressure and noxious stimulation141
The effects of extracellular pH and buffer concentration on the efflux of lactate from frog sartorius muscle140
Voltage‐gated currents distinguish parvocellular from magnocellular neurones in the rat hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus140
TRP channels and lipids: fromDrosophilato mammalian physiology140
Inhibitory interactions between interneurones in reflex pathways from group Ia and group Ib afferents in the cat.140
The sounds from single motor units in a contracting muscle140
Recapture after exocytosis causes differential retention of protein in granules of bovine chromaffin cells139
Regulation of amylase release from dispersed pancreatic acinar cells.139
Cyclic guanosine 3',5'-monophosphate regulates the calcium current in single cells from frog ventricle.139
Preparation and partial characterization of hepatic regenerative stimulator substance (SS) from rat liver.139
Activation of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors by L-glutamate in cells dissociated from adult rat hippocampus.138
Chromaffin cell action potentials and their possible role in adrenaline secretion from rat adrenal medulla.138
Maximum velocity of shortening of three fibre types from horse soleus muscle: implications for scaling with body size.138
Calcium dependence of open and shut interval distributions from calcium-activated potassium channels in cultured rat muscle.137
The spontaneous release of acetylcholine from the denervated hemidiaphragm of the rat136
The removal of14C-labelled chylomicron fat from the circulation in rats136
Calcium homeostasis in the outer segments of retinal rods from the tiger salamander.136
Depression by morphine and chloralose of acetylcholine release from the cat's brain135
Neurotensin stimulates exocytotic histamine secretion from rat mast cells and elevates plasma histamine levels.135
On the mechanism by which calcium and magnesium affect the spontaneous release of transmitter from mammalian motor nerve terminals134
Reduction of high‐frequency network oscillations (ripples) and pathological network discharges in hippocampal slices from connexin 36‐deficient mice134
Outward currents of single hippocampal cells obtained from the adult guinea-pig.134
Glutamate‐mediated cytosolic calcium oscillations regulate a pulsatile prostaglandin release from cultured rat astrocytes134
The localization and analysis of the responses to vibration from the isolated elasmobranch labyrinth. A contribution to the problem of the evolution of hearing in vertebrates132
Total and sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium contents of skinned fibres from rat skeletal muscle.132
Accumulation of intracellular HCO3- by Na(+)-HCO3- cotransport in interlobular ducts from guinea-pig pancreas.132
Monoamine release from cat spinal cord by somatic stimuli: an intrinsic modulatory system.132
Regulation of intracellular pH in pyramidal neurones from the rat hippocampus by Na(+)-dependent Cl(-)-HCO3- exchange.131
Inhibitory synaptic potentials resulting from alpha 2-adrenoceptor activation in guinea-pig submucous plexus neurones.131
Modulation of cardiac contraction, relaxation and rate by the endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS): lessons from genetically modified mice131
Mechanism of action of acetylcholine on calcium current in single cells from frog ventricle.131
Optical recording of electrical activity from parallel fibres and other cell types in skate cerebellar slices in vitro.130
Hormone release from isolated nerve endings of the rat neurohypophysis.130
From focal sepsis to periodontal medicine: a century of exploring the role of the oral microbiome in systemic disease130
Calcium-activated non-selective cation channel in ventricular cells isolated from adult guinea-pig hearts.129
Glucose Ingestion Attenuates Interleukin‐6 Release from Contracting Skeletal Muscle in Humans129
Short-latency projections to the cat cerebral cortex from skin and muscle afferents in the contralateral forelimb129
The active transport of 5-hydroxyindol-3-ylacetic acid and 3-methoxy-4-hydroxyphenylacetic acid from a recirculatory perfusion system of the cerebral ventricles of the unanaesthetized dog129
Release of 5‐hydroxytryptamine and histamine from tissues of the rat128
Plasticity in mitochondrial cristae density allows metabolic capacity modulation in human skeletal muscle128
Coordinated release of nucleotides and mucin from human airway epithelial Calu-3 cells128
Evidence from the use of vibration that the human long-latency stretch reflex depends upon spindle secondary afferents.128
Distribution and activation of voltage‐gated potassium channels in cell‐attached and outside‐out patches from large layer 5 cortical pyramidal neurons of the rat128
Paired recordings from supraoptic and paraventricular oxytocin cells in suckled rats: recruitment and synchronization.128
The release of adenosine and inosine from canine subcutaneous adipose tissue by nerve stimulation and noradrenaline.127
Vagal afferent discharge from mechanoreceptors in different regions of the ferret stomach.126
Interleukin‐6 release from the human brain during prolonged exercise126
Proprioceptive discharges from stretch-receptors in the knee-joint of the cat126
Excitatory input from the distal colon to the inferior mesenteric ganglion in the guinea-pig126
Comparison of cloned Kir2 channels with native inward rectifier K+channels from guinea‐pig cardiomyocytes125
A blood-testis barrier restricting passage from blood into rete testis fluid but not into lymph124
Developmental changes in contractility and sarcomeric proteins from the early embryonic to the adult stage in the mouse heart124
Action of salicylate on membrane capacitance of outer hair cells from the guinea-pig cochlea.124
The effect of dopamine on neurohypophysial hormone release in vivo and from the rat neural lobe and hypothalamus in vitro.124
Activation of P2-purinoreceptors triggered Ca2+ release from InsP3-sensitive internal stores in mammalian oligodendrocytes.124
Sex, ageing and resting blood pressure: gaining insights from the integrated balance of neural and haemodynamic factors123
Ionic mechanisms of adenosine actions in pacemaker cells from rabbit heart.122
Characterization of a hyperpolarization-activated time-dependent potassium current in canine cardiomyocytes from pulmonary vein myocardial sleeves and left atrium122
Inactivation of calcium release from the sarcoplasmic reticulum in frog skeletal muscle.122
Action potentials in fibres from receptors in the epicardium and myocardium of the dog's left ventricle.122
Kinetics and energetics of calcium efflux from intact squid giant axons.122
Modulation of cortical inhibition by rTMS - findings obtained from animal models121
Efferent projection from the preoptic area for the control of non-shivering thermogenesis in rats121
The calcium current in inner segments of rods from the salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) retina.121
Transmission from intramural inhibitory nerves to the smooth muscle of the guinea-pig taenia coli120
Penetration of bromophenol blue from the perfused cerebral ventricles into the brain tissue120
The release of adrenaline and noradrenaline from the adrenal glands of the foetal sheep120
Intrinsic excitability of CA1 pyramidal neurones from the rat dorsal and ventral hippocampus120
Functional properties of monkey motor cortex neurones receiving afferent input from the hand and fingers120
Catecholamine release from bovine adrenal medulla in response to maintained depolarization.119
The Path of the Respiratory Impulse from the Bulb to the Phrenic Nuclei119
A note of the mechanism by which inhibitors of the sodium pump accelerate spontaneous release of transmitter from motor nerve terminals.119
Loss of alpha-bungarotoxin from junctional and extrajunctional acetylcholine receptors in rat diaphragm muscle in vivo and in organ culture.118
Potentials recorded from the spinal cord with microelectrodes118
Hippocampal gamma-frequency oscillations: from interneurones to pyramidal cells, and back117
Release of gastrin from the pyloric antrum following vagal stimulation by sham feeding in dogs117
Functional and structural conservation of CBS domains from CLC chloride channels117
The effect of calcium and magnesium on the spontaneous release of transmitter from mammalian motor nerve endings116
The mechanical analysis of the responses from the end-organs of the horizontal semicircular canal in the isolated elasmobranch labyrinth116
Extracellular recordings from oxytocin neurones during the expulsive phase of birth in unanaesthetized rats.116
Evidence Suggesting a Transcortical Pathway from Cutaneous Foot Afferents to Tibialis Anterior Motoneurones in Man116
Two components of potassium current activated by depolarization of single smooth muscle cells from the rabbit portal vein.115
Human circadian phase–response curves for exercise115
Shear stress-induced calcium transients in endothelial cells from human umbilical cord veins.115
An ATP-sensitive conductance in single smooth muscle cells from the rat vas deferens.115
Properties of excitatory postsynaptic currents recorded in vitro from rat hippocampal interneurones.114
Properties of Pacemaker Potentials Recorded from Myenteric Interstitial Cells of Cajal Distributed in the Mouse Small Intestine113
An analysis of excitatory junctional potentials recorded from arterioles.113
The regulation of neuronal mitochondrial metabolism by calcium113
Suppression of GABAA receptor responses by NMDA application in hippocampal neurones acutely isolated from the adult guinea-pig.113
Diabetic kidney disease: from physiology to therapeutics113
ATP-activated channels gate calcium entry in single smooth muscle cells dissociated from rabbit ear artery.113
Synaptic potentials recorded from neurones of the submucous plexus of guinea-pig small intestine.112
Activation by odorants of cation-selective conductance in the olfactory receptor cell isolated from the newt.112
Skeletal muscle pumpversusrespiratory muscle pump: modulation of venous return from the locomotor limb in humans112
An estimate of adenosine triphosphate release into the venous effluent from exercising human forearm muscle112
Measurement of the conductance of the sodium channel from current fluctuations at the node of Ranvier.111
Role of ATP-conductive anion channel in ATP release from neonatal rat cardiomyocytes in ischaemic or hypoxic conditions111
Mechanosensitive ion channels in skeletal muscle from normal and dystrophic mice.111
Unitary nature of regenerative potentials recorded from circular smooth muscle of guinea‐pig antrum111
The release of acetylcholine and of 3-hydroxytyramine from the caudate nucleus110
Na+−Ca2+exchange and sarcoplasmic reticular Ca2+regulation in ventricular myocytes from transgenic mice overexpressing the Na+−Ca2+exchanger110
The role of sodium and potassium in insulin secretion from rabbit pancreas110
Observations in man on a pulse-accelerating reflex from the voluntary muscles of the legs109
Nodal and terminal sprouting from motor nerves in fast and slow muscles of the mouse.109
Lactate and H+ effluxes from human skeletal muscles during intense, dynamic exercise.109
The effect of substances releasing intracellular calcium ions on sodium-dependent calcium efflux from guinea-pig auricles.107
Photosensitive pigments from the retinae of certain deep-sea fishes107
The contribution of [Ca2+]i to the slowing of relaxation in fatigued single fibres from mouse skeletal muscle.107
Calcium dynamics and buffering in oculomotor neurones from mouse that are particularly resistant during amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)‐related motoneurone disease107
Radioisotopic studies of the binding, exchange, and distribution of 5-hydroxytryptamine synthesized from its radioactivity precursor107
Membrane ionic mechanisms activated by noradrenaline in cells isolated from the rabbit portal vein.106
Luminal Ca2+ promoting spontaneous Ca2+ release from inositol trisphosphate-sensitive stores in rat hepatocytes.105
Hypoxia‐induced secretion of serotonin from intact pulmonary neuroepithelial bodies in neonatal rabbit105
Cotransport of K+, Cl- and H2O by membrane proteins from choroid plexus epithelium of Necturus maculosus.105
Ventral medullary relay neurones in the pathway from the defence areas of the cat and their effect on blood pressure.105
Calcium and potassium currents in ventricular myocytes isolated from diabetic rats.105
Effect of nitric oxide on single skeletal muscle fibres from the mouse104
Bicarbonate secretion in interlobular ducts from guinea-pig pancreas.104
Adult spinal motoneurones are not hyperexcitable in a mouse model of inherited amyotrophic lateral sclerosis104
Quantitative description of three modes of activity of fast chloride channels from rat skeletal muscle.104
Intracellular calcium clearance in Purkinje cell somata from rat cerebellar slices104
BDNF increases release probability and the size of a rapidly recycling vesicle pool within rat hippocampal excitatory synapses104
The temperature dependence of isometric contractions of single, intact fibres dissected from a mouse foot muscle.104
Action potentials from a sensory nerve ending104
Appearance of 5-hydroxytryptamine and an unidentified pharmacologically active lipid acid in effluent from perfused cerebral ventricles103
A transient outward current in isolated cells from the crista terminalis of rabbit heart.103
Properties of spontaneous inward currents recorded in smooth muscle cells isolated from the rabbit portal vein.103
Mitochondrial respiration in subcutaneous and visceral adipose tissue from patients with morbid obesity102
Responses of type I cells dissociated from the rabbit carotid body to hypoxia.102
Effect of insulin upon membrane-bound (Na+ + K+)-ATPase extracted from frog skeletal muscle.101
Myoplasmic free Mg2+ concentration during repetitive stimulation of single fibres from mouse skeletal muscle.101
Hyperammonaemia-induced skeletal muscle mitochondrial dysfunction results in cataplerosis and oxidative stress101
Pro‐arrhythmogenic effects of atrial fibrillation‐induced electrical remodelling: insights from the three‐dimensional virtual human atria100
Patch-clamp recordings of the light-sensitive dark noise in retinal rods from the lizard and frog.100
Cardiomyopathy in obesity, insulin resistance and diabetes100
The mobility and diffusion coefficient of potassium in giant axons fromSepia100
The absence of position response in spindle afferent units from human finger muscles during accurate position holding.100
Aerobic exercise training and vascular function with ageing in healthy men and women100
post-synaptic excitation and inhibition from primary afferents in neurones of the spinocervical tract99
Frequency-response analysis of central vestibular unit activity resulting from rotational stimulation of the semicircular canals99
Calcium channel currents recorded from isolated myocytes of rat basilar artery are stretch sensitive.99
Morphology and organization of axon collaterals from afferent fibres of slowly adapting type I units in cat spinal cord.99
Properties and glial origin of osmotic-dependent release of taurine from the rat supraoptic nucleus99
The inhibitory suppression of reflex discharges from motoneurones99
Nucleus Z, the medullary relay in the projection path to the cerebral cortex of group I muscle afferents from the cat's hind limb99
Heterogeneity of the early outward current in ventricular cells isolated from normal and hypertrophied rat hearts.98
Responses mediated by excitatory amino acid receptors in solitary retinal ganglion cells from rat.98
The effect of galvanic polarization on the impulse discharge from sense endings in the isolated labyrinth of the thornback ray (Raja clavata)98
Contribution of Ca(2+)-induced Ca2+ release to the [Ca2+]i transients in myocytes from guinea-pig urinary bladder.98
Evidence for the differential release of the cotransmitters ATP and noradrenaline from sympathetic nerves of the guinea-pig vas deferens.97
Active groups of saxitoxin and tetrodotoxin as deduced from actions of saxitoxin analogues on frog muscle and squid axon.97
A voltage-clamp analysis of membrane currents in solitary bipolar cells dissociated from Carassius auratus.97
Facilitation of currents through rat Ca2+-permeable AMPA receptor channels by activity-dependent relief from polyamine block97
Activation of ATP-dependent K+ channels by hypoxia in smooth muscle cells isolated from the pig coronary artery.97
Membrane properties of solitary horizontal cells isolated from goldfish retina.97
The dynamics of cortical GABA in human motor learning97
Cell-to-cell communication in intact taste buds through ATP signalling from pannexin 1 gap junction hemichannels97
The release of gamma-aminobutyric acid from horizontal cells of the goldfish (Carassius auratus) retina.97
Ionic currents of solitary horizontal cells isolated from goldfish retina.97
Atomic structure and dynamics of pentameric ligand-gated ion channels: new insight from bacterial homologues96
Projection to cerebral cortex of Group I muscle afferents from the cat's hind limb96
Noradrenaline modulation of calcium channels in single smooth muscle cells from rabbit ear artery.96
Intracellular potentials recorded from a mammalian sympathetic ganglion96
Differences in Ca 2+ buffering properties between excitatory and inhibitory hippocampal neurons from the rat96
The spread of sensitization of polymodal nociceptors in the rabbit from nearby injury and by antidromic nerve stimulation.96
Menstrual cycle effects on sympathetic neural responses to upright tilt95
Potassium activated phosphatase from human red blood cells. The mechanism of potassium activation95
The impact of loading, unloading, ageing and injury on the human tendon95
Interaction between pre-activity and stretch reflex in human triceps brachii during landing from forward falls.95
Differential regulation of SK and BK channels by Ca2+signals from Ca2+channels and ryanodine receptors in guinea‐pig urinary bladder myocytes95
Action of externally applied adenosine triphosphate on single smooth muscle cells dispersed from rabbit ear artery.95
Properties of voltage‐gated potassium currents in nucleated patches from large layer 5 cortical pyramidal neurons of the rat94
Liberation of histamine from the perfused lung by snake venoms94
Role of joint afferents in motor control exemplified by effects on reflex pathways from Ib afferents.94
Adenosine triphosphate-evoked currents in cultured neurones dissociated from rat parasympathetic cardiac ganglia.94
Mechanism of extracellular Ca2+receptor-stimulated hormone release from sheep thyroid parafollicular cells94
The disappearance of histamine from autolysing lung tissue94
Factors in cerebrospinal fluid from goats that affect sleep and activity in rats*94
Potassium currents in hair cells isolated from the cochlea of the chick.94
GABAA, GABACand glycine receptor-mediated inhibition differentially affects light-evoked signalling from mouse retinal rod bipolar cells94
The release of endogenous amino acids from the rat visual cortex.94
Transfer of rapid inactivation and sensitivity to the class III antiarrhythmic drug E-4031 from HERG to M-eag channels94
Destruction of the sodium conductance inactivation by a specific protease in perfused nerve fibres from Loligo.94
Acetylcholine-evoked currents in cultured neurones dissociated from rat parasympathetic cardiac ganglia.94
Perfusion from cerebral ventricle to cisterna magna in the unanaesthetized cat. Effect of calcium on body temperature93
Cable properties of external intercostal muscle fibres from myotonic and nonmyotonic goats93
‘Fast’ and ‘slow’ muscle fibres in hindlimb muscles of adult rats regenerate from intrinsically different satellite cells93
Common interneurones in reflex pathways from group 1a and 1b afferents of ankle extensors in the cat.93
From feeding one to feeding many: hormone-induced changes in bodyweight homeostasis during pregnancy93
Physiological properties of dissociated muscle fibres obtained from innervated and denervated adult rat muscle.93
Electrical and mechanical activity recorded from rabbit urinary bladder in response to nerve stimulation.92
Investigations on muscle atrophies arising from disuse and tenotomy92
Fluctuations of inhibitory postsynaptic currents in Purkinje cells from rat cerebellar slices.92
Specific innervation of guinea-pig superior cervical ganglion cells by preganglionic fibres arising from different levels of the spinal cord.92
Properties of supraoptic magnocellular neurones isolated from the adult rat.92
Temperature dependence of the force‐generating process in single fibres from frog skeletal muscle91
The action of extracellular cations on the release of the sympathetic transmitter from peripheral nerves91
Calcium-activated potassium channels in native endothelial cells from rabbit aorta: conductance, Ca2+ sensitivity and block.91
From gene action to reactive genomes91
Characterization of inhibitory neurotransmission in the isolated corpus cavernosum from rabbit and man.91
Differential conditions for early after-depolarizations and triggered activity in cardiomyocytes derived from transgenic LQT1 and LQT2 rabbits90
Ionic currents in single smooth muscle cells from the ureter of the guinea-pig.90
Inputs from low threshold muscle and cutaneous afferents of hand and forearm to areas 3a and 3b of baboon's cerebral cortex.90
Release of noradrenaline from the cat spleen by potassium90
All-or-nothing Ca2+ mobilization from the intracellular stores of single histamine-stimulated HeLa cells.90
Potassium leakage from an active nerve fibre90
Intracellular regulation of enzyme secretion from rat osteoclasts and evidence for a functional role in bone resorption.89
The packeted release of transmitter from the sympathetic nerves of the guinea-pig vas deferens: an electrophysiological study.89
Identification of common synaptic inputs to motor neurons from the rectified electromyogram89
Release of Ca 2+ from the sarcoplasmic reticulum increases mitochondrial [Ca 2+ ] in rat pulmonary artery smooth muscle cells89
Preferential transference of amino-acids from amino-acid mixtures by sacs of everted small intestine of the golden hamster (Mesocricetus auratus)89
Axonal projections from the rostral expiratory neurones of the Bötzinger complex to medulla and spinal cord in the cat.89
Potassium accumulation around individual purkinje cells in cerebellar slices from the guinea-pig.89
Genetic removal of basal nitric oxide enhances contractile activity in isolated murine collecting lymphatic vessels89
Currents through single glutamate receptor channels in outside-out patches from rat cerebellar granule cells.89
Cations and the secretion of insulin from rabbit pancreasin vitro89
Estimates of statistical release parameters from crayfish and frog neuromuscular junctions.89
Failure to expand the motor unit size to compensate for declining motor unit numbers distinguishes sarcopenic from non-sarcopenic older men89
Control of pulsatile 5-HT/insulin secretion from single mouse pancreatic islets by intracellular calcium dynamics88
The effect of curare on the release of acetylcholine from mammalian motor nerve terminals and an estimate of quantum content.88
Evidence that the secreting adrenal chromaffin cell releases catecholamines directly from ATP-rich granules88
Nicotinic acetylcholine currents of cultured Kenyon cells from the mushroom bodies of the honey bee Apis mellifera88
Pulmonary lymph flow and the uptake of liquid from the lungs of the lamb at the start of breathing88
The effect of muscle length on intracellular calcium and force in single fibres from mouse skeletal muscle.88
Changes in spectral reflexions from the iridophores of the neon tetra.88
Impaired Regulation of Synaptic Strength in Hippocampal Neurons from GluR1‐Deficient Mice88
Inhibitory neurones of the spinal substantia gelatinosa mediate interaction of signals from primary afferents88
Characterization of the hyperpolarization-activated current, I(f), in ventricular myocytes isolated from hypertensive rats.88
Effects of chronic hypoxia from birth on the ventilatory response to acute hypoxia in the newborn rat.87
Single glutamate-activated channels recorded from locust muscle fibres with perfused patch-clamp electrodes87
Evidence from venous oxygen saturation measurements that the increase in forearm blood flow during body heating is confined to the skin87
Input from muscle and cutaneous nerves of the hand and forearm to neurones of the precentral gyrus of baboons and monkeys87
Electrophysiological properties of morphologically distinct cells isolated from the rabbit atrioventricular node.87
Responses of solitary retinal horizontal cells from Carassius auratus to L-glutamate and related amino acids.87
Exercise and mitochondrial health86
Endogenous calcium buffering in motoneurones of the nucleus hypoglossus from mouse86
Suppression of the gut microbiome ameliorates age‐related arterial dysfunction and oxidative stress in mice86
Liberation of histamine from the skeletal muscle by curare86
Light adaptation and dark adaptation of human rod photoreceptors measured from the a ‐wave of the electroretinogram85
Intracellular recordings from ganglia of the thoracic sympathetic chain of the guinea-pig85
The thalamic relay and cortical projection of Group I muscle afferents from the forelimb of the cat85
On Absorption from and Secretion into the Serous Cavities85
T-type Ca2+current as a trigger for Ca2+release from the sarcoplasmic reticulum in guinea-pig ventricular myocytes85
The detection of monosynaptic connexions from inspiratory bulbospinal neurones to inspiratory motoneurones in the cat.85
Analysis of the fast afferent impulses from thigh muscles85
The changes in respiration at the transition from work to rest84
Orexinergic projections to the cat midbrain mediate alternation of emotional behavioural states from locomotion to cataplexy84
Substrates for muscle glycogen synthesis in recovery from intense exercise in man.84
Regulation of cytosolic calcium concentration in presynaptic nerve endings isolated from rat brain.84
Recovery of mouse neuromuscular junctions from single and repeated injections of botulinum neurotoxin A84
Voltage clamp measurements of the hyperpolarization-activated inward current I(f) in single cells from rabbit sino-atrial node.84
Ryanodine-sensitive calcium stores involved in neurotransmitter release from sympathetic nerve terminals of the guinea-pig.84
The volume change resulting from stimulation of a giant nerve fibre84
Phosphorylation restores activity of L-type calcium channels after rundown in inside-out patches from rabbit cardiac cells.84
Some properties of spontaneous excitatory junction potentials recorded from arterioles of guinea-pigs.84
Regulation of activity-dependent dendritic vasopressin release from rat supraoptic neurones83
The dependence of force and shortening velocity on substrate concentration in skinned muscle fibres from Rana temporaria.83
Uptake and binding of calcium by axoplasm isolated from giant axons of Loligo and Myxicola.83
Actin microfilament disrupters enhance K(ATP) channel opening in patches from guinea-pig cardiomyocytes.83
Local release of ATP into the arterial inflow and venous drainage of human skeletal muscle: insight from ATP determination with the intravascular microdialysis technique83
Voltage-dependent calcium currents are enhanced in dorsal root ganglion neurones from the Bio Bred/Worchester diabetic rat.83
The early time course of potassium-stimulated calcium uptake in presynaptic nerve terminals isolated from rat brain.83
Respiratory and cardiovascular reflexes from the heart and lungs83
Characterization of the cross‐bridge force‐generating step using inorganic phosphate and BDM in myofibrils from rabbit skeletal muscles83
The release of acetylcholine from carotid body tissues. Further study on the effects of acetylcholine and cholinergic blocking agents on the chemosensory discharge83
Calcium release by noradrenaline from central sarcoplasmic reticulum in rabbit main pulmonary artery smooth muscle.83
Electrophysiological differences between oxytocin and vasopressin neurones recorded from female rats in vitro.83
The transition from fetal growth restriction to accelerated postnatal growth: a potential role for insulin signalling in skeletal muscle83
CrossTalk proposal: an important astrocyte-to-neuron lactate shuttle couples neuronal activity to glucose utilisation in the brain82
Inhibition of Na+‐H+exchange impairs receptor‐mediated albumin endocytosis in renal proximal tubule‐derived epithelial cells from opossum82
Shared reflex pathways from Ib tendon organ afferents and Ia muscle spindle afferents in the cat.82
Appearance of adenosine triphosphate in the coronary sinus effluent from isolated working rat heart in response to hypoxia.81
Electrically induced release of acetylcholine from denervated Schwann cells81
Insulin‐like growth factor‐1 prevents age‐related decrease in specific force and intracellular Ca 2+ in single intact muscle fibres from transgenic mice81
Cardiovascular and respiratory responses evoked from the posterior cerebellar cortex and fastigial nucleus in the cat.81
Spontaneous sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium release and extrusion from bovine, not porcine, coronary artery smooth muscle.81
Interactions between pairs of transcranial magnetic stimuli over the human left dorsal premotor cortex differ from those seen in primary motor cortex81
Influence of chronic neostigmine treatment on the number of acetylcholine receptors and the release of acetylcholine from the rat diaphragm81
The reflexion of light from the macular and peripheral fundus oculi in man81
Altered properties of volume-sensitive osmolyte and anion channels (VSOACs) and membrane protein expression in cardiac and smooth muscle myocytes fromClcn3-/-mice81
The effects of altering mean pressure, pulse pressure and pulse frequency on the impulse activity in baroreceptor fibres from the aortic arch and right subclavian artery in the rabbit81
Response behaviour of cat dorsal horn neurones receiving input from skeletal muscle and other deep somatic tissues.80
Reanimation of adult rats from body temperatures between 0 and +2° C80
Comparison of contraction and calcium handling between right and left ventricular myocytes from adult mouse heart: a role for repolarization waveform80
Characteristics of neural transmission from the semicircular canal to the vestibular nuclei of cats80
Stretch-sensitive channels in developing muscle cells from a mouse cell line.80
[Ca2+]i transients and [Ca2+]i-dependent chloride current in single Purkinje cells from rabbit heart.80
Membrane potential, resting calcium and calcium transients in isolated muscle fibres from normal and dystrophic mice.80
Fractionation of the smooth muscle stimulants present in extracts of gastro-intestinal tract. Identification of 5-hydroxytryptamine and its distinction from substance P79
Depressor reflexes from medullated and non-medullated fibres in the rabbit's aortic nerve79
Activation of glutamate transport evokes rapid glutamine release from perisynaptic astrocytes79
Four-week cold acclimation in adult humans shifts uncoupling thermogenesis from skeletal muscles to brown adipose tissue79
The Electrophysiological Properties of Spontaneously Beating Pacemaker Cells Isolated from Mouse Sinoatrial Node79
Force decline due to fatigue and intracellular acidification in isolated fibres from mouse skeletal muscle.79
Mechanism of blood pressure and R‐R variability: insights from ganglion blockade in humans79
Warm and cold signals from the preoptic area: which contribute more to the control of shivering in rats?79
Intraterminal recordings from the rat neurohypophysis in vitro.79
Molecular basis of epithelial Ca2+and Mg2+transport: insights from the TRP channel family78
Comparison of ionic currents from interstitial cells and smooth muscle cells of canine colon.78
The passive, human calf muscles in relation to standing: the non-linear decrease from short range to long range stiffness78
The neurotransmitters glycine and GABA stimulate glucagon-like peptide-1 release from the GLUTag cell line78
Calcium currents in hair cells isolated from the cochlea of the chick.78
Processes that remove calcium from the cytoplasm during excitation-contraction coupling in intact rat heart cells.77
Determination of iontophoretic release of acetylcholine from micropipettes77
Secretion and cell volume regulation by salivary acinar cells from mice lacking expression of theClcn3Clchannel gene77
The cellular mechanisms by which adenosine evokes release of nitric oxide from rat aortic endothelium77
Compound action potentials recorded from mammalian peripheral nerves following ligation or resuturing.77
Spontaneous miniature potentials from insect muscle fibres77
Regional distribution of hyperpolarization‐activated current ( I f ) and hyperpolarization‐activated cyclic nucleotide‐gated channel mRNA expressi77
The release of acetylcholine from perfused sympathetic ganglia and skeletal muscles77
Monosynaptic Ia excitation and recurrent inhibition from quadriceps to ankle flexors and extensors in man.77
Properties of the human muscle nicotinic receptor, and of the slow-channel myasthenic syndrome mutant  L221F, inferred from maximum likelihood fits77
Quantification of calcium signal transmission from sarco‐endoplasmic reticulum to the mitochondria76
Mechanically gated channel activity in cytoskeleton‐deficient plasma membrane blebs and vesicles from Xenopus oocytes76
Relaxation from a voluntary contraction is preceded by increased excitability of motor cortical inhibitory circuits76
Stoichiometry of Na+‐Ca2+exchange in inside‐out patches excised from guinea‐pig ventricular myocytes76
Vasodilatation of arterioles by acetylcholine released from single neurones in the guinea-pig submucosal plexus.76
Functional role of TRPC proteins in native systems: implications from knockout and knock-down studies75
Virtual head rotation reveals a process of route reconstruction from human vestibular signals75
Muscle fibre activation is unaffected by load and repetition duration when resistance exercise is performed to task failure75
Nicotinamide riboside does not alter mitochondrial respiration, content or morphology in skeletal muscle from obese and insulin‐resistant men75
The efficiency of contraction in rabbit skeletal muscle fibres, determined from the rate of release of inorganic phosphate75
Neurones in the supraoptic nucleus of the rat are regulated by a projection from the suprachiasmatic nucleus75
A reflex increase in heart rate from distension of the pulmonary-vein-atrial junctions75
Intracellular recording from cells of the ventral spinocerebellar tract75
Uncoupling of in vivo torque production from EMG in mouse muscles injured by eccentric contractions75
Efflux of adenine nucleotides from perfused adrenal glands exposed to nicotine and other chromaffin cell stimulants.75
Visual transduction in dialysed detached rod outer segments from lizard retina.75
Action potentials from the frog's retina75
Calcium currents in single isolated smooth muscle cells from the rabbit ear artery in normal-calcium and high-barium solutions.74
The time-course and route of loss of collagen from the rat's uterus during post-partum involution74
Presence of acetylcholine and transmitter release from carotid body chemoreceptors.74
Intracellular Ca2+and TRPM5-mediated membrane depolarization produce ATP secretion from taste receptor cells74
An experimental method of identifying and quantifying the active transfer electrogenic component from the diffusive component during sugar absorption measured in vivo.74
Efferent and afferent impulse activity recorded from few-fibre preparations of otherwise intact sinus and aortic nerves74
Extra-segmental reflexes derived from intercostal afferents: phrenic and laryngeal responses74
Transforming growth factor-β signalling in renal fibrosis: from Smads to non-coding RNAs74
Energy storage during stretch of active single fibres from frog skeletal muscle74
Effects of external ions on the synaptic transmission from photorecptors to horizontal cells in the carp retina.74
Autogenic modulation of mechanoreceptor excitability by glutamate release from synaptic-like vesicles: evidence from the rat muscle spindle primary sensory ending74
Activation of Na+-H+exchange and stretch-activated channels underlies the slow inotropic response to stretch in myocytes and muscle from the rat heart73
Correlation between the discharges of motor units recorded from the same and from different finger muscles in man.73
Protein kinase C potentiates transmitter release from the chick ciliary presynaptic terminal by increasing the exocytotic fusion probability73
An examination of the effects of osmotic pressure changes upon transmitter release from mammalian motor nerve terminals73
The effects of atropine on [3H]acetylcholine secretion from guinea-pig myenteric plexus evoked electrically or by high potassium72
Projections from Pacinian corpuscles and rapidly adapting mechanoreceptors of glabrous skin to the cat's spinal cord.72
A Na+-activated K+ current in cultured brain stem neurones from chicks.72
The distribution of monosynaptic connexions from inspiratory bulbospinal neurones to inspiratory motoneurones in the cat.72
Altered temperature and taste responses from cross-regenerated sensory nerves in the rat's tongue72
The action of BDNF on GABAA currents changes from potentiating to suppressing during maturation of rat hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neurons72
Protection of hippocampal slices from young rats against anoxic transmission damage is due to better maintenance of ATP.72
Slow excitatory synaptic potentials recorded from neurones of guinea-pig submucous plexus.72
Activation of reverse Na+-Ca2+exchange by the Na+current augments the cardiac Ca2+transient: evidence from NCX knockout mice71
Simultaneous intracellular recordings from longitudinal and circular muscle during the peristaltic reflex in guinea‐pig distal colon71
Spontaneously active and InsP3-activated ion channels in cell nuclei from rat cerebellar Purkinje and granule neurones71
Tension responses to quick length changes of glycerinated skeletal muscle fibres from the frog and tortoise71
Modulation by zinc of the glutamate transporters in glial cells and cones isolated from the tiger salamander retina71
The extraction of ions from muscle by water and sugar solutions with a study of the degree of exchange with tracer of the sodium and potassium in the extracts70
Stretch-Activated Whole-Cell Currents in Smooth Muscle Cells from Mesenteric Resistance Artery of Guinea-Pig70
The partition of insensible losses of body weight and heat from cattle under various climatic conditions70
Modulation of primary motor cortex outputs from ventral premotor cortex during visually guided grasp in the macaque monkey70
Orai, STIM1 and iPLA2β: a view from a different perspective70
Electrical resonance and Ca2+influx in the synaptic terminal of depolarizing bipolar cells from the Goldfish retina70
Galactose absorption from the surviving small intestine of the rat70
Monitoring changes in membrane phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate in living cells using a domain from the transcription factor tubby70
Properties of ionic currents from isolated adult rat carotid body chemoreceptor cells: effect of hypoxia.70
Characteristics of saxitoxin binding to the sodium channel of sarcolemma isolated from rat skeletal muscle.70
Differential impact of two critical respiratory centres in opioid‐induced respiratory depression in awake mice69
Neuropeptide and calcium-binding protein gene expression profiles predict neuronal anatomical type in the juvenile rat69
Action potential fidelity during normal and epileptiform activity in paired soma-axon recordings from rat hippocampus69
Spinal neurones with long projections activated from the abdominal viscera of the cat69
Ryanodine releases calcium from sarcoplasmic reticulum in calcium-tolerant rat cardiac myocytes.69
Negligible direct lactate oxidation in subsarcolemmal and intermyofibrillar mitochondria obtained from red and white rat skeletal muscle69
Properties of voltage-activated [Ca2+]itransients in single smooth muscle cells isolated from pregnant rat uterus69
Large conductance calcium-activated non-selective cation channel in smooth muscle cells isolated from rat portal vein.69
Changes in Ganglion Cells from Birth to Senile Death. Observations on Man and Honey-Bee69
Voltage‐dependent inward currents of interstitial cells of Cajal from murine colon and small intestine69
Mitochondrial and myoplasmic [Ca2+] in single fibres from mouse limb muscles during repeated tetanic contractions69
Release of calcitonin gene-related peptide from nerve terminals in rat skeletal muscle.69
Efferent discharges recorded from single skeletomotor and fusimotor fibres in man.69
The pCa-tension and force-velocity characteristics of skinned fibres isolated from fish fast and slow muscles68
The release of adenosine triphosphate from frog skeletal musclein vitro68
Excitation-contraction coupling in frog ventricle: evidence from voltage clamp studies68
ATP-evoked increases in [Ca2+]iand peptide release from rat isolated neurohypophysial terminals via a P2X2purinoceptor68
pH regulation in single CA1 neurons acutely isolated from the hippocampi of immature and mature rats.68
Binding of sodium and potassium to the sodium pump of pig kidney evaluated from nucleotide-binding behaviour.68
Two transient potassium currents in layer V pyramidal neurones from cat sensorimotor cortex.68
Dogfish ganglion cell discharge resulting from extrinsic polarization of the horizontal cells68
Fasting enhances cold resistance in fish through stimulating lipid catabolism and autophagy68
Isotonic transport by the Na+‐glucose cotransporter SGLT1 from humans and rabbit68
Fluid secretion in interlobular ducts isolated from guinea-pig pancreas68
Voltage-activated proton current in eosinophils from human blood.68
Contribution of two types of calcium channels to membrane conductance of single myocytes from guinea-pig coronary artery.68
The extent of visual recovery from early monocular or binocular visual deprivation in kittens.68
Afferent nerve fibres from the heart and lungs in the cervical vagus68
Phosphorylation of Ser982 in the sodium bicarbonate cotransporter kNBC1 shifts the HCO3-: Na+ stoichiometry from 3:1 to 2:1 in murine proximal tubule cells68
ATP‐sensitive potassium channels in capillaries isolated from guinea‐pig heart68
Modification of the evoked release of noradrenaline from the perfused cat spleen by various ions and agents68
Endothelial cell–cardiomyocyte crosstalk in heart development and disease67
Ca2+ levels in myotubes grown from the skeletal muscle of dystrophic (mdx) and normal mice.67
The tension and resistance to stretching of human skin and other membranes, with results from a series of normal and oedematous cases67
Calcium-activated potassium channels in isolated presynaptic nerve terminals from rat brain.67
Effect of 30 per cent maternal nutrient restriction from 0.16 to 0.5 gestation on fetal baboon kidney gene expression67
The Plasma Membrane Calcium‐ATPase as a Major Mechanism for Intracellular Calcium Regulation in Neurones from the Rat Superior Cervical Ganglion67
Active and passive forces of isolated myofibrils from cardiac and fast skeletal muscle of the frog.67
Abnormalities of 5-hydroxytryptamine uptake and binding by blood platelets from children with Down's syndrome67
The properties of single cones isolated from the tiger salamander retina67
Pannexin 1 channels mediate the release of ATP into the lumen of the rat urinary bladder67
The intrinsic gating of inward rectifier K+ channels expressed from the murine IRK1 gene depends on voltage, K+ and Mg2+.67
Changes in tetanic and resting [Ca2+]i during fatigue and recovery of single muscle fibres from Xenopus laevis.67
Effect of channel blockers on potassium efflux from metabolically exhausted frog skeletal muscle.67
The ventilatory CO2 sensitivities from Read's rebreathing method and the steady-state method are not equal in man.66
Evidence that mid-lumbar neurones in reflex pathways from group II afferents are involved in locomotion in the cat.66
In vitro motility speed of slow myosin extracted from single soleus fibres from young and old rats66
Role of 5′AMP‐activated protein kinase in glycogen synthase activity and glucose utilization: insights from patients with McArdle's disease66
Dissociation of force from myofibrillar MgATPase and stiffness at short sarcomere lengths in rat and toad skeletal muscle.66
Adrenoceptor-mediated changes of excitation and contraction in ventricular heart muscle from guinea-pigs and rabbits.66
Sensitivity and kinetics of mouse rod flash responses determined in vivo from paired‐flash electroretinograms66
Characteristics of Na+ channels and Cl- conductance in resealed muscle fibre segments from patients with myotonic dystrophy.66
Evidence on the origin of impulses recorded from dentine in the cat66
Human skeletal muscle nitrate store: influence of dietary nitrate supplementation and exercise65
Role of Q-type Ca2+Channels in Vasopressin Secretion From Neurohypophysial Terminals of the Rat65
Gap junctional communication and pharmacological heterogeneity in astrocytes cultured from the rat striatum65
Ca2+ release from internal stores: role in generating depolarizing after-potentials in rat supraoptic neurones.65
Task-dependent changes in cutaneous reflexes recorded from various muscles controlling finger movement in man.65
Multilocular adipocytes from muscovy ducklings differentiated in response to cold acclimation.65
Antidromically evoked responses from sympathetic preganglionic neurones.65
Cytosolic Ca2+and Ca2+‐activated Clcurrent dynamics: insights from two functionally distinct mouse exocrine cells65
A voltage-dependent outward current with fast kinetics in single smooth muscle cells isolated from rabbit portal vein.65
Action of noradrenaline on single smooth muscle cells freshly dispersed from the rat anococcygeus muscle.65
Increased vasopressin transmission from the paraventricular nucleus to the rostral medulla augments cardiorespiratory outflow in chronic intermittent hypoxia-conditioned rats64
Compatible osmolytes modulate the response of porcine endothelial cells to hypertonicity and protect them from apoptosis64
Stretch reflex distinguished from pre‐programmed muscle activations following landing impacts in man64
Learning to breathe: control of the inspiratory-expiratory phase transition shifts from sensory- to central-dominated during postnatal development in rats64
Tests for presynaptic modulation of corticospinal terminals from peripheral afferents and pyramidal tract in the macaque64
A cardiovascular depressor reflex from the epicardium of the left ventricle in the dog64
Organization of left–right coordination of neuronal activity in the mammalian spinal cord: Insights from computational modelling64
Glucose effects on gastric motility and tone evoked from the rat dorsal vagal complex64
Obstacle avoidance during human walking: transfer of motor skill from one leg to the other64
Release of acetylcholine from rat brain synaptosomes by various agents in the absence of external calcium ions.64
Potassium channels in isolated presynaptic nerve terminals from rat brain.64
Rate, extent and concentration dependence of histamine-evoked Weibel-Palade body exocytosis determined from individual fusion events in human endothelial cells64
Transition to seizures in the isolated immature mouse hippocampus: a switch from dominant phasic inhibition to dominant phasic excitation64
Inhibitory input from slowly adapting lung stretch receptors to retrotrapezoid nucleus chemoreceptors64
From synaptically localized to volume transmission by nitric oxide64
The sustained inward current and inward rectifier K + current in pacemaker cells dissociated from rat sinoatrial node63
Afferent discharges in response to stretch from the extraocular muscles of the cat and monkey and the innervation of these muscles63
Dynamic properties of nitric oxide release from parallel fibres in rat cerebellar slices.63
Ca2+-dependent inactivation of large conductance Ca2+-activated K+(BK) channels in rat hippocampal neurones produced by pore block from an associated particle63
Discharges from the sensory organs of the cat's vibrissae and the modification in their activity by ions63
Obesity-induced lymphatic dysfunction is reversible with weight loss63
Excitatory and inhibitory intermediate zone interneurons in pathways from feline group I and II afferents: differences in axonal projections and input63
Transmission from preganglionic fibres in the hypogastric nerve to peripheral ganglia of male guinea-pigs63
Developmental changes in metabolism and transport properties of capillaries isolated from rat brain.63
A computational model of induced pluripotent stem‐cell derived cardiomyocytes incorporating experimental variability from multiple data sources63
Cushing's syndrome: from physiological principles to diagnosis and clinical care62
Skeletal muscle fat and carbohydrate metabolism during recovery from glycogen-depleting exercise in humans62
Energy expenditure of ‘cafeteria’-fed rats determined from measurements of energy balance and indirect calorimetry.62
Calcium channels in solitary retinal ganglion cells from post-natal rat.62
Physiological properties of skinned fibres from normal and dystrophic (Duchenne) human muscle activated by Ca2+ and Sr2+.62
Cation interactions within the cyclic GMP-activated channel of retinal rods from the tiger salamander.62
The Orai Ca2+channel inhibitor CM4620 targets both parenchymal and immune cells to reduce inflammation in experimental acute pancreatitis62
Modulation of inwardly rectifying channels by substance P in cholinergic neurones from rat brain in culture.62
Regulation by voltage and adenine nucleotides of a Ca2+-activated cation channel from hamster vomeronasal sensory neurons61
Sulphydryl reagents trigger Ca2+ release from the sarcoplasmic reticulum of skinned rabbit psoas fibres.61
Developmental changes in hypoxia-induced catecholamine release from rat carotid body, in vitro.61
Stimulated calcium efflux from fura-2-loaded human platelets.61
Characteristics of responses from receptors from the flexor longus digitorum muscle and the adjoining interosseous region of the cat61
Effect of 4-aminopyridine on release of noradrenaline from the perfused cat spleen by nerve stimulation.61
The source of physiologically stimulated glutamate efflux from the striatum of conscious rats.61
Permeability changes induced by L-glutamate in solitary retinal horizontal cells isolated from Carassius auratus.61
On Reflex Action from Sympathetic Ganglia61
Requirements for hormone release from permeabilized nerve endings isolated from the rat neurohypophysis.61
P2Y2 receptor activation opens pannexin-1 channels in rat carotid body type II cells: potential role in amplifying the neurotransmitter ATP61
Blockage and permeation of divalent cations through the cyclic GMP-activated channel from tiger salamander retinal rods.61
Probabilistic secretion of quanta from visualized sympathetic nerve varicosities in mouse vas deferens.61
Longitudinal chromatic aberration and emmetropization: results from the chicken eye.61
Expression of a functional Kir4 family inward rectifier K + channel from a gene cloned from mouse liver61
Rhythmical and non-rhythmical spontaneous activity recorded from the central cut end of the sinus nerve60
Inputs to group II-activated midlumbar interneurones from descending motor pathways in the cat.60
A calcium ionophore stimulating the secretion of catecholamines from the cat adrenal.60
Endogenous activation of presynaptic NMDA receptors enhances glutamate release from the primary afferents in the spinal dorsal horn in a rat model of neuropathic pain60
Jugular venous overflow of noradrenaline from the brain: a neurochemical indicator of cerebrovascular sympathetic nerve activity in humans60
The absorption of water and of some small solute molecules from the isolated small intestine of the rat60
Block of some non-adrenergic inhibitory responses of smooth muscle by a substance from haemolysed erythrocytes59
Housing temperature affects the acute and chronic metabolic adaptations to exercise in mice59
Inositol-1,4,5-trisphosphate induced Ca2+release and excitation-contraction coupling in atrial myocytes from normal and failing hearts59
Peripheral vasodilatation determines cardiac output in exercising humans: insight from atrial pacing59
Damage to human muscle from eccentric exercise after training with concentric exercise59
L-proline transport by brush border membrane vesicles prepared from human placenta.59
Ketone ester supplementation blunts overreaching symptoms during endurance training overload59
Dendritic signals from rat hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neurons during coincident pre- and post-synaptic activity: a combined voltage- and calcium-imaging study59
The contents of high-energy phosphates in different fibre types in skeletal muscles from rat, guinea-pig and man.59
Excitatory amino acid receptor-mediated neurotransmission from cutaneous afferents in rat dorsal horn in vitro.59
Barium-induced automatic activity in isolated ventricular myocytes from guinea-pig hearts.59
Selective modulation of membrane currents by hypoxia in intact airway chemoreceptors from neonatal rabbit59
Characteristics of transient outward currents in single smooth muscle cells from the ureter of the guinea-pig.59
Ca2+-dependent ATP release from A549 cells involves synergistic autocrine stimulation by coreleased uridine nucleotides58
Receptive field organization of ganglion cells in the frog retina: contributions from cones, green rods and red rods.58
Identification of neurons receiving input from pulmonary rapidly adapting receptors in the cat.58
The impulses produced by sensory nerve-endings58
Measurement of cutaneous moisture vaporization from cattle by ventilated capsules58
Myoblasts from intrauterine growth-restricted sheep fetuses exhibit intrinsic deficiencies in proliferation that contribute to smaller semitendinosus myofibres58
The effect of a non-ionic detergent (Triton WR 1339) on the removal of triglyceride fatty acids from the blood of the rat58
Effect of gamma-aminobutyric acid agonists, glycine, taurine and neuropeptides on acetylcholine release from the rabbit retina.58
Changes of intracellular pH due to repetitive stimulation of single fibres from mouse skeletal muscle.58
Single calcium-activated potassium channels recorded from cultured rat sympathetic neurones.58
Identification of unique release kinetics of serotonin from guinea-pig and human enterochromaffin cells58
Intracellular calcium signals measured with indo‐1 in isolated skeletal muscle fibres from control and mdx mice58
The effect of fatigue from exercise on human limb position sense58
Effect of ions on retinal rods from Bufo marinus.58
Intracellular recordings from myenteric neurones in the human colon.58
Acetylcholine synthesis from recaptured choline by a sympathetic ganglion58
Parkin overexpression protects from ageing‐related loss of muscle mass and strength58
Release of two vasodilators, adenosine and prostacyclin, from isolated rabbit hearts during controlled hypoxia.57
Inhibition of acetylcholine release from mouse motor nerve by a P-type calcium channel blocker, omega-agatoxin IVA.57
Vasomotor and respiratory responses evoked from the dorsolateral periaqueductal grey are mediated by the dorsomedial hypothalamus57
Electrical activity-triggered glucagon-like peptide-1 secretion from primary murine L-cells57
Two types of spontaneous depolarizations in the interstitial cells freshly prepared from the murine small intestine57
Single channel properties of cloned NMDA receptors in a human cell line: comparison with results from Xenopus oocytes.57
Human spinal lateralization assessed from motoneurone synchronization: dependence on handedness and motor unit type.57
Intermittent ATP release from nerve terminals elicits focal smooth muscle Ca2+transients in mouse vas deferens57
Oxidant stress stimulates anion secretion from the human airway epithelial cell line calu‐3: implications for cystic fibrosis lung disease57
Functional analysis of a chimeric mammalian peptide transporter derived from the intestinal and renal isoforms.57
Spatial heterogeneity of intracellular Ca2+signals in axons of basket cells from rat cerebellar slices57
Calcium and potassium currents in spermatogenic cells dissociated from rat seminiferous tubules.57
Mucus secretion by single tracheal submucosal glands from normal and cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator knockout mice57
Changes in mechanosensitive channel gating following mechanical stimulation in skeletal muscle myotubes from themdxmouse57
Functional diversity of electrogenic Na+-HCO3cotransport in ventricular myocytes from rat, rabbit and guinea pig56
Determinants of human cerebral pressure-flow velocity relationships: new insights from vascular modelling and Ca2+channel blockade56
Mechanoadaptation: articular cartilage through thick and thin56
The output of sympathetic amines from the cat's adrenal gland in response to splanchnic nerve activity56
Cardiovascular and thermal responses evoked from the periaqueductal grey require neuronal activity in the hypothalamus56
The working stroke of the myosin II motor in muscle is not tightly coupled to release of orthophosphate from its active site56
ATP release from human airway epithelial cells studied using a capillary cell culture system56
Co-release of enkephalins and precursors with catecholamines from the perfused cat adrenal gland in situ.56
Facilitation of transmission from autonomic nerve to smooth muscle of guinea-pig vas deferens56
Long‐term study of Ca2+homeostasis and of survival in collagenase‐isolated muscle fibres from normal andmdxmice56
Endothelial-derived superoxide anions in pig coronary arteries: evidence from lucigenin chemiluminescence and histochemical techniques.56
The effect of ouabain on noradrenaline output from peripheral adrenergic neurones of isolated guinea-pig vas deferens56
Autaptic inhibitory currents recorded from interneurones in rat cerebellar slices56
Hyperpolarization of isolated capillaries from guinea-pig heart induced by K+channel openers and glucose deprivation55
An analysis of the release of acetylcholine from preganglionic nerve terminals.55
The effect of sodium and calcium ions on the release of catecholamines from the adrenal medulla: sodium deprivation induces release by exocytosis in the absence of extracellular calcium55
Sarcomere dynamics and contraction-induced injury to maximally activated single muscle fibres from soleus muscles of rats.55
Intracellular factors for the maintenance of calcium currents in perfused neurones from the snail, Lymnaea stagnalis.55
Fidelity of muscle fibre reinnervation modulates ageing muscle impact in elderly women55
Differential control of GABA release at synapses from distinct interneurons in rat hippocampus55
Changes in configuration of spontaneously discharged spike potentials from smooth muscle of the guinea-pig's taenia coli. The effect of electrotonic currents and of adrenaline, acetylcholine and hista55
Ca(2+)-activated and voltage-gated K+ currents in smooth muscle cells isolated from human mesenteric arteries.55
The influence of extracellular calcium binding on the calcium efflux from squid axons.55
Modular organization of murine locomotor pattern in the presence and absence of sensory feedback from muscle spindles55
The chloride current induced by expression of the protein pICln in Xenopus oocytes differs from the endogenous volume-sensitive chloride current.55
Recovery of the human photopic electroretinogram after bleaching exposures: estimation of pigment regeneration kinetics55
Hormone replacement therapy improves contractile function and myonuclear organization of single muscle fibres from postmenopausal monozygotic female twin pairs54
Single‐channel properties of neuronal GABA A receptors from mice lacking the γ2 subunit54
Corticothalamic 5-9 Hz oscillations are more pro-epileptogenic than sleep spindles in rats54
Time course of spontaneous calcium-activated chloride currents in smooth muscle cells from the rabbit portal vein.54
An investigation into the validity of subatmospheric pressure recordings from synovial fluid and their dependence on joint angle.54
Some properties of the excitatory junction potentials recorded from saphenous arteries of rabbits.54
Intracellular recording from mammalian superior cervical ganglionin situ54
The impulse discharge from the pacinian corpuscle54
Direct evidence of nitric oxide release from neuronal nitric oxide synthase activation in the left ventricle as a result of cervical vagus nerve stimulation54
L-, N- and T- but neither P- nor Q-type Ca2+Channels Control Vasopressin-Induced Ca2+Influx in Magnocellular Vasopressin Neurones Isolated from the Rat Supraoptic Nucleus54
cAMP increases Ca2+-dependent exocytosis through both PKA and Epac2 in mouse melanotrophs from pituitary tissue slices54
The multi-ion nature of the cGMP-gated channel from vertebrate rods.54
Human tactile detection thresholds: modification by inputs from specific tactile receptor classes54
The release of acetylcholine from post-ganglionic cell bodies in response to depolarization.54
Potassium current in clonal cytotoxic T lymphocytes from the mouse.54
Frequency‐dependent shift from paired‐pulse facilitation to paired‐pulse depression at unitary CA3‐CA3 synapses in the rat hippocampus54
GABAAand GABACreceptors in adult porcine cones: evidence from a photoreceptor-glia co-culture model54
The paramedian reticular nucleus: a site of inhibitory interaction between projections from fastigial nucleus and carotid sinus nerve acting on blood pressure54
Effect of lowered extracellular pH on Ca2(+)-dependent K+ currents in type I cells from the neonatal rat carotid body.54
Slow post-synaptic potentials recorded from the giant motor fibre of the crayfish54
The release of noradrenaline from sympathetic fibres in relation to calcium concentration.54
Release of 5-hydroxytryptamine from caudate nucleus and septum54
The distribution of myelin on nerve fibres from pacinian corpuscles53
Slow recovery from inactivation regulates the availability of voltage‐dependent Na + channels in hippocampal granule cells, hilar neurons and basket cells53
ATP and glutamate are released from separate neurones in the rat medial habenula nucleus: frequency dependence and adenosine-mediated inhibition of release53
Effects of noradrenaline on potassium efflux, membrane potential and electrolyte levels in tissue slices prepared from guinea-pig liver53
Organization of neurones in the cat cerebral cortex that are influenced from Group I muscle afferents53
Vasoactive intestinal polypeptide stimulates the secretion of catecholamines from the rat adrenal gland.53
Afferent discharges from arterial mechanoreceptors in the kidney of the rabbit53
The illusion of changed position and movement from vibrating one arm is altered by vision or movement of the other arm53
Types of nervous activity which may be recorded from the carotid sinus nerve in the sheep foetus53
Re-innervation of ganglia transplanted to the neck from different levels of the guinea-pig sympathetic chain.53
Inhibition from the brain stem of inhibitory interneurones of the cat's dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus.53
Mathematical model of vertebrate gap junctions derived from electrical measurements on homotypic and heterotypic channels53
Direct current stimulation boosts synaptic gain and cooperativity in vitro53
Novel mechanisms regulating endothelial barrier function in the pulmonary microcirculation53
Properties of synaptic linkage from long ranging afferents onto dorsal horn neurones in normal and deafferented cats.53
Does the sympathetic nervous system influence sinus arrhythmia in man? Evidence from combined autonomic blockade.53
Pigment formation from tryptamine and 5-hydroxytryptamine in tissues: a contribution to the histochemistry of amine oxidase53
Descending inhibitory reflexes involve P2X receptor‐mediated transmission from interneurons to motor neurons in guinea‐pig ileum52
GABA release from mouse axonal growth cones52
Excitatory post-synaptic potentials from single muscle spindle afferents in external intercostal motoneurones of the cat.52
Release of vasopressin and oxytocin from isolated pituitary glands of adult and new-born rats52
Glucose absorption from surviving rat small intestine52
Mediation of late excitation from human hand muscles via parallel group II spinal and group I transcortical pathways52
Commissural interneurons with input from group I and II muscle afferents in feline lumbar segments: neurotransmitters, projections and target cells52
Attenuated exercise induced hyperaemia with age: mechanistic insight from passive limb movement52
Crossed reflex actions from group II muscle afferents in the lumbar spinal cord of the anaesthetized cat.52
Mitogenic factors regulate ion channels in Schwann cells cultured from newborn rat sciatic nerve.52
The effect of stretch receptors from muscle on the discharge of motoneurones52
Electrical coupling between ventricular paired cells isolated from guinea-pig heart.52
Impact of mitochondrial inhibition on excitability and cytosolic Ca2+levels in brainstem motoneurones from mouse52
Quantitative assessment of human muscle glycogen granules size and number in subcellular locations during recovery from prolonged exercise52
Kv2 channels regulate firing rate in pyramidal neurons from rat sensorimotor cortex52
Sodium currents in Schwann cells from myelinated and non-myelinated nerves of neonatal and adult rabbits.52
The absorption of acetate, propionate and butyrate from the rumen of sheep52
Release of 5-hydroxytryptamine (serotonin) from the dog's gastro-intestinal tract52
Signals from cones52
Dissociating motor cortex from the motor52
Ca 2+ current‐gated focal and local ca 2+ release in rat atrial myocytes: evidence from rapid 2‐d confocal imaging52