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MusculoSkeletal Ligand gated or voltage gated channels in muscle contraction

doubt in this...

during muscle contraction which are first to open...

ligan gated channnels or voltage gated channels????
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4 skeletal muscle calcium induced calcium release

1st voltage gated ca open on ap

2nd stimulates dihydropyrine receptr coupled 2 rynodine causes release of calcium 4m sr
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