Testosterone induces Ca2+ influx via non-genomic surface receptors in activated T cells.


Using the Fura-2 method we investigated a possible direct action of testosterone on cytosolic free calcium of splenic T cells isolated from female C57BL/10 mice. Testosterone at physiological concentrations of 1-10 nM induces an increase in [Ca2+]i within seconds, which is due to Ca2+ influx and not to Ca2+ release from intracellular stores. In contrast… (More)


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