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SHR Neuro Krebs Kardio Lipid

Knot, HJ; Laher, I; Sobie, EA; Guatimosim, S; Gomez-Viquez, L; Hartmann, H; Song, LS; Lederer, WJ; Graier, WF; Malli, R; Frieden, M; Petersen, OH.
Twenty years of calcium imaging: cell physiology to dye for.
MOL INTERV. 2005; 5(2): 112-127. [OPEN ACCESS]
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Autor/innen der Med Uni Graz:
Graier Wolfgang
Malli Roland
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Abstract:
The use of fluorescent dyes over the past two decades has led to a revolution in our understanding of calcium signaling. Given the ubiquitous role of Ca(2+) in signal transduction at the most fundamental levels of molecular, cellular, and organismal biology, it has been challenging to understand how the specificity and versatility of Ca(2+) signaling is accomplished. In excitable cells, the coordination of changing Ca(2+) concentrations at global (cellular) and well-defined subcellular spaces through the course of membrane depolarization can now be conceptualized in the context of disease processes such as cardiac arrhythmogenesis. The spatial and temporal dimensions of Ca(2+) signaling are similarly important in non-excitable cells, such as endothelial and epithelial cells, to regulate multiple signaling pathways that participate in organ homeostasis as well as cellular organization and essential secretory processes.
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