Subcellular localization and oligomeric structure of the yeast putative stretch-activated Ca2+ channel component Mid1.

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The yeast Mid1 protein with an apparent molecular mass of 100 kDa is required for Ca2+ influx stimulated by the mating pheromone and by a capacitative calcium entrylike mechanism acting in response to Ca2+ depletion from the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and functions as a stretch-activated Ca2+ -permeable channel when expressed in mammalian cells. Our… (More)

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@article{Yoshimura2004SubcellularLA, title={Subcellular localization and oligomeric structure of the yeast putative stretch-activated Ca2+ channel component Mid1.}, author={Hitoshi Yoshimura and Tomoko Tada and Hidetoshi Iida}, journal={Experimental cell research}, year={2004}, volume={293 2}, pages={185-95} }