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Molecular Neurophysiology

J.-F. Zhang, A.D. Randall, P.T. Ellinor, W.A. Horne, W.A. Sather, T. Tanabe, T.L. Schwarz, R.W. Tsien, "Distinctive pharmacology and kinetics of cloned neuronal Ca2+ channels and their possible counterparts in mammalian CNS neurons," Neuropharmacology, 32:1075-88, 1993. (Cited in more than 80 publications through August 1995) Comments by Richard W. Tsien, Ji-Fang Zhang, and Patrick T. Ellinor, Stanford University Medical Center According to Richard Tsien, a professor of molecular and cellular

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J.-F. Zhang, A.D. Randall, P.T. Ellinor, W.A. Horne, W.A. Sather, T. Tanabe, T.L. Schwarz, R.W. Tsien, "Distinctive pharmacology and kinetics of cloned neuronal Ca2+ channels and their possible counterparts in mammalian CNS neurons," Neuropharmacology, 32:1075-88, 1993. (Cited in more than 80 publications through August 1995)

Comments by Richard W. Tsien, Ji-Fang Zhang, and Patrick T. Ellinor, Stanford University Medical Center

According to Richard Tsien, a professor of molecular and cellular physiology at Stanford University Medical School, the large number of references to this paper reflects the "wide interest in calcium channels and the roles they play as essential links between the electrical activity of cells and their biochemical activation."

"In the last few years, it has become increasingly clear that there is great diversity among voltage-gated calcium channels," comments Ji-Fang Zhang, a postdoctoral fellow in Tsien's laboratory. Zhang stresses that this paper marks a significant step forward because...

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