Pressure-induced and store-operated cation influx in vascular smooth muscle cells is independent of TRPC1

@article{Dietrich2007PressureinducedAS,
  title={Pressure-induced and store-operated cation influx in vascular smooth muscle cells is independent of TRPC1},
  author={Alexander Dietrich and Hermann Kalwa and Ursula Storch and Michael Mederos y Schnitzler and Birgit Salanova and Olaf Pinkenburg and Galyna Dubrovska and Kirill V Essin and Maik Gollasch and Lutz Birnbaumer and Thomas Gudermann},
  journal={Pfl{\"u}gers Archiv - European Journal of Physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={455},
  pages={465-477}
}
Among the classical transient receptor potential (TRPC) subfamily, TRPC1 is described as a mechanosensitive and store-operated channel proposed to be activated by hypoosmotic cell swelling and positive pipette pressure as well as regulated by the filling status of intracellular Ca2+ stores. However, evidence for a physiological role of TRPC1 may most compellingly be obtained by the analysis of a TRPC1-deficient mouse model. Therefore, we have developed and analyzed TRPC1−/− mice. Pressure… CONTINUE READING

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