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Free Download Font Switzerland Condensed Extra Bold A: The font family Switzerland doesn't exist in Times New Roman. You may want to use the font Times New Roman instead, or the font Times as used in the screenshot in your question. Here's how you can achieve this by editing the font family of the headline: FontFamily = "Times New Roman" Another option is to use OpenType features like ligatures: FontFamily = "Times New Roman" [Ligatures] Typography.StylisticSet10 = 1 Lack of requirement for potassium channels in A-type K(+) currents in rabbit mesenteric artery. Voltage-gated K(+) channels are the most widely expressed ion channel proteins in smooth muscle cells, and have been proposed to play a major role in mediating the action potential. However, little is known about their expression in arteries. Smooth muscle cells isolated from the rabbit mesenteric artery were used to study the pharmacological properties of a dominant A-type current. A calcium-dependent potassium current was induced by a voltage ramp from -110 to +30 mV from a holding potential of -70 mV. The current was inhibited by 2-aminoethyl-5-chloro-6-methyl-3-isoxasol-3-phosphonate (100 microM) and cesium (150 mM) but not by 4-aminopyridine (10 mM). The time course of current activation was similar to that seen in other cell types. Currents were activated with an apparent threshold potential of -30 mV and peaked at +50 mV. The activation of the current was both voltage and time dependent. The current was reversibly inhibited by external tetraethylammonium (100 mM) and 4-aminopyridine (10 mM), and was non-inactivating, outwardly rectifying, sensitive to Ba2+ (2 mM) and tetraethylammonium (100 mM), but was insensitive to an inwardly rectifying K(+) channel antagonist, quinine (10 mM). Thus the potassium current in arterial myocytes differs significantly from that in other smooth muscle cells in that it is not sensitive to inwardly rectifying K(+) channel blockers. This would suggest that the potassium channel underlying the A-type current in rabbit mesenteric artery should differ from that of other tissues.COLLABORATE




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