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Supervillin modulation of focal adhesions involving TRIP6/ZRP-1.
Caffeine-activated large-conductance plasma membrane cation channels in cardiac myocytes: characteristics and significance.
Rho-dependent agonist-induced spatio-temporal change in myosin phosphorylation in smooth muscle cells.
Spatial organization of RYRs and BK channels underlying the activation of STOCs by Ca(2+) sparks in airway myocytes.
The transmembrane protein 16A Ca(2+)-activated Cl- channel in airway smooth muscle contributes to airway hyperresponsiveness.
Ca(2+) spark sites in smooth muscle cells are numerous and differ in number of ryanodine receptors, large-conductance K(+) channels, and coupling ratio between them.
Using total fluorescence increase (signal mass) to determine the Ca2+ current underlying localized Ca2+ events.
A close association of RyRs with highly dense clusters of Ca2+-activated Cl- channels underlies the activation of STICs by Ca2+ sparks in mouse airway smooth muscle.
Myocytes, Smooth Muscle
Extraoral bitter taste receptors in health and disease.
Smooth muscle cell-specific TMEM16A deletion does not alter Ca2+ signaling, uterine contraction, gestation length, or litter size in mice†.
Oscillating calcium signals in smooth muscle cells underlie the persistent basal tone of internal anal sphincter.