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Molecular Tuning of Ion Binding to Calcium Signaling Proteins

  • Joseph J. Falke, Steven K. Drake, Andrea L. Hazard and Olve B. Peersen (a1)


Intracellular calcium plays an essential role in the transduction of most hormonal, neuronal, visual, and muscle stimuli. (Recent reviews include Putney, 1993; Berridge, 1993a,b; Tsunoda, 1993; Gnegy, 1993; Bachs et al. 1992; Hanson & Schulman, 1992; Villereal & Byron, 1992; Premack & Gardner, 1992; Means et al. 1991).


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