Soyoung Lee

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Mammalian T-type Ca(2+) channels are encoded by three separate genes (Cav3.1, 3.2, 3.3). These channels are reported to be sleep stabilizers important in the generation of the delta rhythms of deep sleep, but controversy remains. The identification of precise physiological functions for the T-type channels has been hindered, at least in part, by the(More)
The acrosome reaction (AR), a calcium-dependent exocytosis, is required for the mammalian fertilization process. Various ion channels, including T-type calcium channels presenting in the plasma membrane of the sperm head, play an important role in AR. In order to investigate the expression pattern and function of T-type calcium channels in Xenopus(More)
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