L-type calcium channel antagonists and suppression of expression of plasminogen receptors: is the missing link the L-type calcium channel?

@article{Bkaily2009LtypeCC,
  title={L-type calcium channel antagonists and suppression of expression of plasminogen receptors: is the missing link the L-type calcium channel?},
  author={Ghassan B Bkaily and Danielle Jacques},
  journal={Circulation research},
  year={2009},
  volume={105 2},
  pages={112-3}
}
Several types of voltage-dependent Ca 2 channels were reported in many excitable and nonexcitable cell types, including the L-, T-, P-, N-, and Q-types; the isradipine sensitive steady-state resting R-type1,2; and the nifedipine resistant R-type channels.3 The presence of some of these voltage-dependent Ca channel types depends on cell origin. Among these channels, the L-type is the most studied channel because of the large number of Ca blockers that affect its function. Historically, calcium… CONTINUE READING

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