Calcium-phospholipid interactions in secretory cells: a new perspective on stimulus-secretion coupling.

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Recent evidence suggests that stimuli delivered to the cell surface may alter Ca availability by promotion membrane phospholipid turnover. Due to the importance of Ca in stimulus-secretion coupling, the study of membrane phospholipid turnover could provide valuable information on the cellular mechanisms of evoked secretion. In the adrenal cortex, Ca is an… (More)

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@article{Rubin1982CalciumphospholipidII, title={Calcium-phospholipid interactions in secretory cells: a new perspective on stimulus-secretion coupling.}, author={Ronald P. Rubin}, journal={Federation proceedings}, year={1982}, volume={41 6}, pages={2181-7} }