[Retinal calcium-binding proteins--their function and pathology].


Calcium is involved in most cellular processes through calcium-binding proteins, belonging to the EF-hand superfamily. Recently new members of this family were found in the retina of vertebrates. Functions of these proteins and their relations to some neurological diseases are reviewed. Other EF-hand proteins found in the retina are also described.

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@article{Witkowska1997RetinalCP, title={[Retinal calcium-binding proteins--their function and pathology].}, author={Danuta Witkowska and Wojiech A Gorczyca}, journal={Postȩpy higieny i medycyny doświadczalnej}, year={1997}, volume={51 1}, pages={1-22} }