Characterization of auto-regulation of the human cardiac α1 subunit of the L-type calcium channel: Importance of the C-terminus

Abstract

The carboxyl terminal of the L-type calcium channel α1C subunit comprises approximately one third of the primary structure of the α1 subunit (> 700 amino acids residues). This region is sensitive to limited posttranslational processing. In heart and brain the α1C subunits are found to be truncated but the C-terminal domain remains functionally present… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1024910605389

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@article{Mikala2003CharacterizationOA, title={Characterization of auto-regulation of the human cardiac α1 subunit of the L-type calcium channel: Importance of the C-terminus}, author={Gabor Mikala and Ilona Bodi and Udo Klockner and M{\'a}ria V{\'a}radi and Gyula V{\'a}radi and Sheryl E. Koch and A. Perry Schwartz}, journal={Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry}, year={2003}, volume={250}, pages={81-89} }