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Academic Article Basic principles of neuromuscular transmission.
Academic Article Neuromuscular dysfunction in burns and its relationship to burn size, hypermetabolism, and immunosuppression.
Academic Article Pharmacodynamics of mivacurium chloride in 13- to 18-yr-old adolescents with thermal injury.
Academic Article Long-term effects of botulinum toxin on neuromuscular function.
Academic Article Resistance to d-tubocurarine in lower motor neuron injury is related to increased acetylcholine receptors at the neuromuscular junction.
Academic Article Pseudocholinesterase-mediated hydrolysis is superior to neostigmine for reversal of mivacurium-induced paralysis in vitro.
Academic Article Acetylcholine receptor subunit mRNA changes in burns are different from those seen after denervation: the 1993 Lindberg Award.
Academic Article Physiology and biology of neuromuscular transmission in health and disease.
Academic Article Up-and-down regulation of skeletal muscle acetylcholine receptors. Effects on neuromuscular blockers.
Academic Article Antiepileptic-induced resistance to neuromuscular blockers: mechanisms and clinical significance.
Academic Article Burn injury to trunk of rat causes denervation-like responses in the gastrocnemius muscle.
Academic Article Onset and duration of action of rocuronium in children receiving chronic anticonvulsant therapy.
Academic Article Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of vecuronium in children receiving phenytoin or carbamazepine for chronic anticonvulsant therapy.
Academic Article Evaluation of atracurium neuromuscular blockade in paediatric patients with burn injury.
Academic Article Mediators of burn-induced neuromuscular changes in mice.
Academic Article Tolerance and upregulation of acetylcholine receptors follow chronic infusion of d-tubocurarine.
Academic Article Anti-curare effect of plasma from patients with thermal injury.
Academic Article Alterations in neuromuscular function following thermal injury.
Academic Article The neuromuscular effects of pancuronium in burned children.
Academic Article Onset and effectiveness of rocuronium for rapid onset of paralysis in patients with major burns: priming or large bolus.
Academic Article Continuous administration of pyridostigmine improves immobilization-induced neuromuscular weakness.
Academic Article Neuromuscular pharmacodynamics of mivacurium in adults with major burns.
Academic Article Concentration-dependent interaction of theophylline with d-tubocurarine.
Academic Article Continuous infusion of atracurium in children.
Academic Article Chronic Escherichia coli infection induces muscle wasting without changing acetylcholine receptor numbers.
Academic Article Intraperitoneal endotoxin but not protein malnutrition shifts d-tubocurarine dose-response curves in mouse gastrocnemius muscle.
Academic Article Potentiation of neuromuscular blockade using a combination of pancuronium and dimethyltubocurarine. Studies in children following acute burn injury or during reconstructive surgery.
Concept Neuromuscular Junction
Concept Neuromuscular Junction Diseases
Academic Article Train-of-four and tetanic fade are not always a prejunctional phenomenon as evaluated by toxins having highly specific pre- and postjunctional actions.
Academic Article Immobilization with atrophy induces de novo expression of neuronal nicotinic a7 acetylcholine receptors in muscle contributing to neurotransmission.
Academic Article Block of postjunctional muscle-type acetylcholine receptors in vivo causes train-of-four fade in mice.
Academic Article Burn-Induced Microglia Activation is Associated With Motor Neuron Degeneration and Muscle Wasting in Mice.
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