T-type Ca2+ channels and the urinary and male genital tracts


T-type Ca2+ channels are widely expressed throughout the urinary and male genital tracts, generally alongside L-type Ca2+ channels. The use of pharmacological blockers of these channels has suggested functional roles in all regions, with the possible exception of the ureter. Their functional expression is apparent not just in smooth muscle cells but also in… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00424-014-1446-x


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