Calcium, calmodulin and cell cycle progression.

Abstract

Proliferation of mammalian cells both in vivo and in vitro is dependent upon physiological concentrations of extracellular Ca2+. Growth factor stimulation of quiescent cells at the G0/G1 border usually results in a rapid mobilization of Ca2+ from both intra- and extracellular pools. However, Ca2+ influx is also required for later phases of cell cycle… (More)

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