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I(f) current

Hungarian translation: furcsa áram (If, funny curren)

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09:49 Jan 14, 2008
English to Hungarian translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Cardiology
English term or phrase: I(f) current
"Funny" (f) channels underlie the cardiac "pacemaker"I(f) current, originally described as an inward current activated on hyperpolarization to the diastolic range of voltages in sino-atrial node myocytes.

Ha valaki megadná a magyar terminológiát, nagyon megköszönném.
Tibor Rozsahegyi
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Hungarian translation:furcsa áram (If, funny curren)
Explanation:
A szinusz csomó sejtjeinek furcsa árama ( If, funny current): Hiperpolarizáció aktiválta, ciklikus nukleotidok révén kapuzott (HCN, hyperpolarization, cyclic nucleotide) ioncsatornák...

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i(f) current
furcsa áram (If, funny curren)


Explanation:
A szinusz csomó sejtjeinek furcsa árama ( If, funny current): Hiperpolarizáció aktiválta, ciklikus nukleotidok révén kapuzott (HCN, hyperpolarization, cyclic nucleotide) ioncsatornák...




    Reference: http://www.elet2.sote.hu/Jegyzetek/Magyar/200708/Pekg2007.pd...
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