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The Resource Isolated adult cardiac myocytes : structure, function and metabolism, edited by P.G. Spieckermann and H.M. Piper ; with contributions by E.N. Albert [and 20 others]

Isolated adult cardiac myocytes : structure, function and metabolism, edited by P.G. Spieckermann and H.M. Piper ; with contributions by E.N. Albert [and 20 others]

Label
Isolated adult cardiac myocytes : structure, function and metabolism
Title
Isolated adult cardiac myocytes
Title remainder
structure, function and metabolism
Statement of responsibility
edited by P.G. Spieckermann and H.M. Piper ; with contributions by E.N. Albert [and 20 others]
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Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
GZH
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QP113.2
LC item number
.I85 1985
Literary form
non fiction
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1984
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International Titisee Conference
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Piper, Hans Michael
  • Spieckermann, P. G.
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Herz- und Kreislaufforschung
Series statement
Supplement to Basic research in cardiology
Series volume
vol. 80 (1985)
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  • Myocardium
  • Myocardium
  • Herzmuskelzelle
  • Zellkultur
  • Titisee-Neustadt
  • Herzmuskelzelle
  • Zellkultur
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Isolated adult cardiac myocytes : structure, function and metabolism, edited by P.G. Spieckermann and H.M. Piper ; with contributions by E.N. Albert [and 20 others]
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Note
Results of a conference held as an International Titisee Conference under the auspices of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Herz- und Kreislaufforschung
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Isolated heart cells as a model of the myocardium -- The isolation and characterization of calcium-tolerant myocytes -- Functional alterations of the sarcolemma in Ca2+-free perfused hearts -- Intracellular Ca2+ shifts during the Ca2+ paradox -- Surface structures of the heart cell and their role in contractile control -- Ultrastructure of the sarcolemma and intercalated disc in isolated rat myocytes -- Characterization of sarcolemma from calcium-tolerant canine cardiocytes -- Structural and functional characteristics of cardiac myocytes -- The electrophysiological properties of the isolated adult heart cell: an overview -- Comparison of electrophysiological properties of embryonic and adult heart cells -- Single channel and whole cell sodium currents in heart cells -- Cardiac Ca channel currents at the level of single cells and single channels -- Oxygen demand of calcium-tolerant adult cardiac myocytes -- Oxygen transport in isolated cardiac myocytes -- Modulation of calcium sensitivity in cardiac muscle cells -- Spontaneous versus triggered contractions of "calcium-tolerant" cardiac cells from the adult rat ventricle -- Barriers in cardiac substrate supply -- Molecular mechanisms regulating myocardial glucose oxidation -- Glucose, lactate and palmitate as substrates for the resting cardiac myocyte -- Glucose uptake in isolated heart cells: studies on the role of insulin -- Uptake of fatty acids by isolated heart myocytes -- Metabolic changes during cardiac maturation -- Faster protein and ribosome synthesis in hypertrophying heart -- Myofibrillar organization and desmin in rat heart myocytes -- Developmental aspects of cardiac contractile proteins -- Appearance of M-band attached MM-creatine kinase in differentiating chicken heart cells after injection of M-type isoprotein or poly(A+)-RNA enriched for M-type creatine kinase message -- Mechanisms of ischemic injury in the heart -- Cell to cell interactions contributing to the "oxygen paradox" -- Contracture development in anoxia: the importance of asynchrony -- Ionic movements and irreversible anoxic damage -- Evidence from aequorin for injury of metabolically inhibited myocytes independently of free Ca2+ -- the calcium and the oxygen paradox: non-existent on the cellular level -- Studies of oxygen and volume restriction in cultured cardiac cells. The glucose effect -- Long-term culture and characterization of the adult ventricular and atrial cardiac muscle cell -- Substrates for the attachment of adult cardiac myocytes in culture -- Adaptation phenomena of adult cardiac myocytes in culture -- Perspectives: isolated adult cardiac myocytes -- Summaries of the discussions of the symposium -- Abstracts of the poster-session on the adult myocyte model
Control code
12634924
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
208 pages
Isbn
9780387912677
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)12634924
Label
Isolated adult cardiac myocytes : structure, function and metabolism, edited by P.G. Spieckermann and H.M. Piper ; with contributions by E.N. Albert [and 20 others]
Publication
Copyright
Note
Results of a conference held as an International Titisee Conference under the auspices of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Herz- und Kreislaufforschung
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Isolated heart cells as a model of the myocardium -- The isolation and characterization of calcium-tolerant myocytes -- Functional alterations of the sarcolemma in Ca2+-free perfused hearts -- Intracellular Ca2+ shifts during the Ca2+ paradox -- Surface structures of the heart cell and their role in contractile control -- Ultrastructure of the sarcolemma and intercalated disc in isolated rat myocytes -- Characterization of sarcolemma from calcium-tolerant canine cardiocytes -- Structural and functional characteristics of cardiac myocytes -- The electrophysiological properties of the isolated adult heart cell: an overview -- Comparison of electrophysiological properties of embryonic and adult heart cells -- Single channel and whole cell sodium currents in heart cells -- Cardiac Ca channel currents at the level of single cells and single channels -- Oxygen demand of calcium-tolerant adult cardiac myocytes -- Oxygen transport in isolated cardiac myocytes -- Modulation of calcium sensitivity in cardiac muscle cells -- Spontaneous versus triggered contractions of "calcium-tolerant" cardiac cells from the adult rat ventricle -- Barriers in cardiac substrate supply -- Molecular mechanisms regulating myocardial glucose oxidation -- Glucose, lactate and palmitate as substrates for the resting cardiac myocyte -- Glucose uptake in isolated heart cells: studies on the role of insulin -- Uptake of fatty acids by isolated heart myocytes -- Metabolic changes during cardiac maturation -- Faster protein and ribosome synthesis in hypertrophying heart -- Myofibrillar organization and desmin in rat heart myocytes -- Developmental aspects of cardiac contractile proteins -- Appearance of M-band attached MM-creatine kinase in differentiating chicken heart cells after injection of M-type isoprotein or poly(A+)-RNA enriched for M-type creatine kinase message -- Mechanisms of ischemic injury in the heart -- Cell to cell interactions contributing to the "oxygen paradox" -- Contracture development in anoxia: the importance of asynchrony -- Ionic movements and irreversible anoxic damage -- Evidence from aequorin for injury of metabolically inhibited myocytes independently of free Ca2+ -- the calcium and the oxygen paradox: non-existent on the cellular level -- Studies of oxygen and volume restriction in cultured cardiac cells. The glucose effect -- Long-term culture and characterization of the adult ventricular and atrial cardiac muscle cell -- Substrates for the attachment of adult cardiac myocytes in culture -- Adaptation phenomena of adult cardiac myocytes in culture -- Perspectives: isolated adult cardiac myocytes -- Summaries of the discussions of the symposium -- Abstracts of the poster-session on the adult myocyte model
Control code
12634924
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
208 pages
Isbn
9780387912677
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)12634924

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