Functional coupling between ryanodine receptors and L-type calcium channels in neurons.


In skeletal muscle, L-type Ca2+ channels act as voltage sensors to control ryanodine-sensitive Ca2+ channels in the sarcoplasmic reticulum. It has recently been demonstrated that these ryanodine receptors generate a retrograde signal that modifies L-type Ca2+ -channel activity. Here we demonstrate a tight functional coupling between ryanodine receptors and… (More)


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