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- 15'AMP-activated protein kinase
- 1Adenine nucleotides
- 1Biological transport, Active--Regulation
ATP actions on central inspiratory networks are determined by a three-part signaling system comprising: i) excitatory actions of ATP at P2 receptors (Rs) ii) ectonucleotidases that degrade ATP into adenosine (ADO), and iii) inhibitory actions of ADO at P1Rs. During hypoxia, an initial increase in...
Myocardial energy substrate metabolism is subjected to significant changes during ischemia and reperfusion (I/R), which can greatly influence post-ischemic recovery of left-ventricular (LV) mechanical function. One of the main mechanisms that contribute to I/R injury is the accumulation of...
Human cells possess multiple nucleoside transporters (NTs) that belong to either the human equilibrative or concentrative NT (hENT: hENT1/2/3/4; hCNT: CNT1/2/3) families. In the kidney, coupling of apical hCNT3 activities to basolateral hENT1/2 activities is hypothesized to mediate renal...