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Author Hofer, Aldebaran M., (Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA), speaker

Title Extracellular calcium signaling / Aldebaran M. Hofer
Published London : Henry Stewart Talks, 2012
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Series Calcium signaling I : regulation, mechanisms, effectors, role in disease and recent advances, 2056-452X
Henry Stewart talks. Biomedical & life sciences collection. Calcium signaling I
Contents Contents: Local accumulations and depletions of extracellular Calcium -- Systemic Calcium homeostasis -- Extracellular Ca2+ sensing receptor (CaR) -- Mutations in the human CaR -- How and when Calcium fluctuates locally -- Calcium fluxes across the plasma membrane during calcium signals can be significant -- Oscillations in external Calcium -- Ca2+ selective microelectrodes -- The effect of Carbachol -- Ways in which local [Ca2+]out can change -- Extracellular Ca2+ "sensors" -- Ca2+ as a paracrine messenger -- Ca2+ as a local extracellular messenger -- Co-culture model system -- Ca2+ as an autocrine signaling molecule -- Evidence for the physiological importance of fluctuations in [Ca2+]out -- [Ca2+]out affects alkaline secretion
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Subject Calcium.
Cellular signal transduction.
Calcium Signaling.
Calcium -- metabolism.
Cell Membrane -- metabolism.
Extracellular Space -- physiology.
Receptors, Calcium-Sensing -- physiology.
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