Gunther Hellmann

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Calcium-, calmodulin-dependent phosphorylation of cardiac sarcoplasmic reticulum increases the rate of calcium transport. The complex dependence of calmodulin-dependent phosphoester formation on free(More)
Calcium-independent calcium efflux from heavy sarcoplasmic reticulum (HSR) of skeletal muscle was found to be biphasic, with half-times of 2-6 s and 200-400 s for the first and second phase,(More)
The modulation of the calmodulin-induced inhibition of the calcium release channel (ryanodine receptor) by two sulfhydryl oxidizing compounds, 4-(chloromercuri)phenyl–sulfonic acid (4-CMPS) and(More)