Low-voltage-activated ("T-Type") calcium channels in review.

@article{Yunker2003LowvoltageactivatedC,
  title={Low-voltage-activated ("T-Type") calcium channels in review.},
  author={Anne Marie R. Yunker and Maureen W. McEnery},
  journal={Journal of bioenergetics and biomembranes},
  year={2003},
  volume={35 6},
  pages={533-75}
}
The past 5 years has witnessed an advance in our understanding of alpha1G (Cav3.1), alpha1H (Cav3.2), and alpha11 (Car3.3), the pore-forming subunits of T-type or low-voltage-activated calcium channels (LVAs). LVAs differ in their localization and molecular, biophysical, and biochemical properties, but all conduct a transient calcium current in a variety of cells. T-type currents mediate a number of physiological functions in developing and mature cells, and are implicated in neural and… CONTINUE READING

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