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Comparison of Calcium Blocking Activities of Adenosine Potentiating Compounds With Calcium Blocking Drugs in Isolated Smooth Muscle and Atria

  • Y. Nakagawa
  • M. Gudenzi
  • S. Jamal Mustafa
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Part of the Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine book series (DICM, volume 39)

Abstract

It is widely recognized that calcium ions play a vital role in many cell processes and in a variety of muscle tissues (particularly in the function of cardiac tissue and vascular smooth muscle). Since Fleckenstein et al. (1) in 1969 reported the inhibition of myocardial contractility by calcium antagonists, extensive investigation of the pharmacologic properties and the therapeutic applications of these drugs have been carried out in the last decade (2–11). These drugs are also known as “calcium antagonists”, “slow- channel inhibitors”, “calcium channel blockers” or “calcium entry blockers”.

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  • Y. Nakagawa
  • M. Gudenzi
  • S. Jamal Mustafa

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