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Figure 6: Effects of asenapine on ATP and thapsigargin-dependent Ca2+ pools in H9C2. The results are the mean ± standard deviation of five experiments for each experimental protocol. C = Basal. (a) asenapine (A) was administrated either before or after ATP. c, b P < 0.05 versus a; e, f P < 0.05 versus d. (b) Asenapine was administrated alone or after 1 min thapsigargin (Tapsi) administration. The effects of thapsigargin alone and after 1 min and 3 min (alone or with asenapine) are shown. b, c, d, e, f P < 0.05 versus a; c, e P < 0.05 versus b; f P < 0.05 versus d. One-way ANOVA followed by Newman–Keuls post hoc test

Figure 6: Effects of asenapine on ATP and thapsigargin-dependent Ca<sup>2+</sup> pools in H9C2. The results are the mean ± standard deviation of five experiments for each experimental protocol. C = Basal. (a) asenapine (A) was administrated either before or after ATP. c, b<i> P </i>< 0.05 versus a; e, f<i> P </i>< 0.05 versus d. (b) Asenapine was administrated alone or after 1 min thapsigargin (Tapsi) administration. The effects of thapsigargin alone and after 1 min and 3 min (alone or with asenapine) are shown. b, c, d, e, f<i> P </i>< 0.05 versus a; c, e<i> P </i>< 0.05 versus b; f<i> P </i>< 0.05 versus d. One-way ANOVA followed by Newman–Keuls <i>post hoc</i> test