Distinct subcellular localization of calcium binding S100 proteins in human smooth muscle cells and their relocation in response to rises in intracellular calcium.

@article{Mandinova1998DistinctSL,
  title={Distinct subcellular localization of calcium binding S100 proteins in human smooth muscle cells and their relocation in response to rises in intracellular calcium.},
  author={Anna Mandinova and Dan Atar and Beat W. Sch{\"a}fer and Martin Spiess and Ueli Aebi and Claus Wilhelm Heizmann},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={1998},
  volume={111 ( Pt 14)},
  pages={2043-54}
}
Changes in cytosolic Ca2+ concentration control a wide range of cellular responses, and intracellular Ca2+-binding proteins are the key molecules to transduce Ca2+ signaling via interactions with different types of target proteins. Among these, S100 Ca2+-binding proteins, characterized by a common structural motif, the EF-hand, have recently attracted major interest due to their cell- and tissue-specific expression pattern and involvement in various pathological processes. The aim of our study… CONTINUE READING

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The aim of our study was to identify the subcellular localization of S100 proteins in vascular smooth muscle cell lines derived from human aorta and intestinal smooth muscles , and in primary cell cultures derived from arterial smooth muscle tissue under normal conditions and after stimulation of the intracellular Ca2 + concentration .
In conclusion , we demonstrated a distinct subcellular localization pattern of S100 proteins and their interaction with actin filaments and the sarcoplasmic reticulum in human smooth muscle cells .
In conclusion , we demonstrated a distinct subcellular localization pattern of S100 proteins and their interaction with actin filaments and the sarcoplasmic reticulum in human smooth muscle cells .
In conclusion , we demonstrated a distinct subcellular localization pattern of S100 proteins and their interaction with actin filaments and the sarcoplasmic reticulum in human smooth muscle cells .
In conclusion , we demonstrated a distinct subcellular localization pattern of S100 proteins and their interaction with actin filaments and the sarcoplasmic reticulum in human smooth muscle cells .
The aim of our study was to identify the subcellular localization of S100 proteins in vascular smooth muscle cell lines derived from human aorta and intestinal smooth muscles , and in primary cell cultures derived from arterial smooth muscle tissue under normal conditions and after stimulation of the intracellular Ca2 + concentration .
The aim of our study was to identify the subcellular localization of S100 proteins in vascular smooth muscle cell lines derived from human aorta and intestinal smooth muscles , and in primary cell cultures derived from arterial smooth muscle tissue under normal conditions and after stimulation of the intracellular Ca2 + concentration .
The aim of our study was to identify the subcellular localization of S100 proteins in vascular smooth muscle cell lines derived from human aorta and intestinal smooth muscles , and in primary cell cultures derived from arterial smooth muscle tissue under normal conditions and after stimulation of the intracellular Ca2 + concentration .
The aim of our study was to identify the subcellular localization of S100 proteins in vascular smooth muscle cell lines derived from human aorta and intestinal smooth muscles , and in primary cell cultures derived from arterial smooth muscle tissue under normal conditions and after stimulation of the intracellular Ca2 + concentration .
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The aim of our study was to identify the subcellular localization of S100 proteins in vascular smooth muscle cell lines derived from human aorta and intestinal smooth muscles , and in primary cell cultures derived from arterial smooth muscle tissue under normal conditions and after stimulation of the intracellular Ca2 + concentration .
The aim of our study was to identify the subcellular localization of S100 proteins in vascular smooth muscle cell lines derived from human aorta and intestinal smooth muscles , and in primary cell cultures derived from arterial smooth muscle tissue under normal conditions and after stimulation of the intracellular Ca2 + concentration .
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