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Lecture 2: Vascular Smooth Muscle Notes

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Lecture 2: Vascular Smooth Muscle - Electrophysiology includes calcium and potassium channels

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Lecture 2: Vascular Smooth Muscle Notes
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Biology Electrophysiology Physiology Cell biology Membrane biology Integral membrane proteins Ion channels Cellular neuroscience Membrane potential Muscle contraction Resting potential Vasoconstriction
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Biology Electrophysiology Physiology Cell biology Membrane biology Integral membrane proteins Ion channels Cellular neuroscience Membrane potential Muscle contraction Resting potential Vasoconstriction
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esting membrane potential in vascular smooth muscle • Have a basic understanding of the techniques used to measure membrane potential in vascular smooth muscle in vitro and in vivo • Know the different types of Ca2+ channel in muscle and their role in controlling muscle contraction • Understand the different types of K+ channel in muscle and their role in controlling muscle contraction • Appreciate the roles of Cl- and non-selective, cation-conducting (NSCC or TRP) channels in controlling muscle contraction Selin PHSL3211 UNSW ________________ LECTURE 2 RESTING MEMBRANE POTENTIAL AND EXCITABILITY IN VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE • Vascular smooth muscle cells are electrically excitable • All cells have electrical potential (voltage) across membrane due to concentration differences between ions inside and outside cell, and selective permeability to these ions o This...
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