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MucAct COPD Protocol Training v3 23 Mar 2022

MucAct COPD Protocol Training

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PET is Wonderful 2020 - e-Poster highlights

Poster highlights session from PET is Wonderful 2020. Automated caption generation was used for this media. There was no human intervention and the captions will have variable accuracy.

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Mechano-Electric Feedback and Initiation of Cardiac Arrhythmias - Alexander Panfilov

Soft Tissue Workshop 2021 (01 - 03 June 2021) Alexander Panfilov, University of Ghent - Mechano-Electric Feedback and Initiation of Cardiac Arrhythmias 1 June 2021 This recording is in the process…

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CP2 CNS6 The Control of Pain - Dr Phil Larkman

Central pain pathways and the actions of local anesthetics and opioid analgesics.

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CP2 CNS3 Epilepsy and Drugs Acting on Ion Channels - Dr Phil Larkman

Ion channels as targets for anti-epilepsy drugs

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Pharmacology 3: Drugs Acting on Ion Channels Part 4 Dr Phil Larkman

Modulation of Na+ channels by local anaesthetics.

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Pharmacology 3: Drugs Acting on Ion Channels Part 3 Dr Phil Larkman

Modulation of voltage-gated Na+ channels by tetrodotoxin

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Pharmacology 3: Drugs Acting on Ion Channels Part 2 Dr Phil Larkman

Voltage-gated ion channel structure and function.

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Pharmacology 3: Drugs Acting on Ion Channels Part 1 Dr Phil Larkman

Introduction - the importance of ion channels in cellular function.

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BMS2 Chemical Synaptic Transmission 2 Part 2 Dr Phil Larkman

Ion permeability of the nACh receptor

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Hyponatraemia - Kathryn Linton

Hyponatraemia

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Medical Sciences 1: How does the CNS work? Part 3 Dr Phil Larkman

Ion channels and neuronal excitability - the resting and action potentials.

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GI & Liver: Carbohydrate Metabolism 2

MBChB year 2, Nutrition & Digestion, Metabolism week

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