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Keith Neu Richmond; Johnathan D. Tune; Mark W. Gorman; Eric O. Feigl (Profiled Author: Johnathan D. Tune)
Journal of Applied Physiology. 2000;89(2):529-536.Abstract
The present study was designed to examine the role of ATP-sensitive potassium K(ATP)/+ channels during exercise and to test the hypothesis that adenosine increases to compensate for the loss of K(ATP)/+ channel function and adenosine inhibition produced by glibenclamide. Graded treadmill exercise was used to increase myocardial O
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