Alison Robinson

Tatsujiro Oka2
Sylvia Papp2
Elissavet Kardami2
Barbara E. Nickel2
2Tatsujiro Oka
2Sylvia Papp
2Elissavet Kardami
2Barbara E. Nickel
2Beth Hunter
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BACKGROUND Calreticulin, a Ca(2+)-buffering chaperone of the endoplasmic reticulum, is highly expressed in the embryonic heart and is essential for cardiac development. After birth, the calreticulin gene is sharply down regulated in the heart, and thus, adult hearts have negligible levels of calreticulin. In this study we tested the role of calreticulin in(More)
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