Mitochondrial Ca 2 uptake is important over low [ Ca 2 ] i range in arterial smooth muscle

@inproceedings{Kamishima2002MitochondrialC2,
  title={Mitochondrial Ca 2 uptake is important over low [ Ca 2 ] i range in arterial smooth muscle},
  author={Tomoko Kamishima and John M Quayle},
  year={2002}
}
Kamishima, Tomoko, and John M. Quayle. Mitochondrial Ca2 uptake is important over low [Ca2 ]i range in arterial smooth muscle. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 283: H2431–H2439, 2002. First published July 26, 2002; 10.1152/ ajpheart.00865.2001.—Mitochondrial Ca2 uptake is usually thought to occur only when intracellular Ca2 concentration ([Ca2 ]i) is high. We investigated whether mitochondrial Ca2 removal participates in shaping [Ca2 ]i signals in arterial smooth muscle over a low [Ca2 ]i range… CONTINUE READING
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