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                             25 gevonden resultaten
nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A general framework to characterize inhibitors of calmodulin: Use of calmodulin inhibitors to study the interaction between calmodulin and its calmodulin binding domains Audran, Emilie
2013
1833 7 p. 1720-1731
12 p.
artikel
2 Analysis of calcium homeostasis in fresh lymphocytes from patients with sporadic Alzheimer's disease or mild cognitive impairment Jaworska, Anna
2013
1833 7 p. 1692-1699
8 p.
artikel
3 Astrogliopathology: Could nanotechnology restore aberrant calcium signalling and pathological astroglial remodelling? Parpura, Vladimir
2013
1833 7 p. 1625-1631
7 p.
artikel
4 Biochemical regulation of in vivo function of plant calcium-dependent protein kinases (CDPK) Liese, Anja
2013
1833 7 p. 1582-1589
8 p.
artikel
5 Calcium - a central regulator of pollen germination and tube growth Steinhorst, Leonie
2013
1833 7 p. 1573-1581
9 p.
artikel
6 Calcium/calmodulin-mediated regulation of plant immunity Cheval, Cécilia
2013
1833 7 p. 1766-1771
6 p.
artikel
7 Calcium, cancer and killing: The role of calcium in killing cancer cells by cytotoxic T lymphocytes and natural killer cells Schwarz, Eva C.
2013
1833 7 p. 1603-1611
9 p.
artikel
8 Calcium responses to synaptically activated bursts of action potentials and their synapse-independent replay in cultured networks of hippocampal neurons Bengtson, C. Peter
2013
1833 7 p. 1672-1679
8 p.
artikel
9 Calcium sensing receptor signalling in physiology and cancer Brennan, Sarah C.
2013
1833 7 p. 1732-1744
13 p.
artikel
10 Capturing single L-type Ca2+ channel function with optics Nystoriak, Matthew A.
2013
1833 7 p. 1657-1664
8 p.
artikel
11 Characterization of Ca2+ signaling in the external yolk syncytial layer during the late blastula and early gastrula periods of zebrafish development Yuen, Michael Y.F.
2013
1833 7 p. 1641-1656
16 p.
artikel
12 Disruption of the annexin A1/S100A11 complex increases the migration and clonogenic growth by dysregulating epithelial growth factor (EGF) signaling Poeter, Michaela
2013
1833 7 p. 1700-1711
12 p.
artikel
13 Editorial Board 2013
1833 7 p. i-
1 p.
artikel
14 Genetically encoded Ca2+ indicators: Properties and evaluation Pérez Koldenkova, Vadim
2013
1833 7 p. 1787-1797
11 p.
artikel
15 Human S100A3 tetramerization propagates Ca2+/Zn2+ binding states Kizawa, Kenji
2013
1833 7 p. 1712-1719
8 p.
artikel
16 In vivo functional calcium imaging of induced or spontaneous activity in the fly brain using a GFP-apoaequorin-based bioluminescent approach Minocci, Daiana
2013
1833 7 p. 1632-1640
9 p.
artikel
17 IP3, a small molecule with a powerful message Decrock, Elke
2013
1833 7 p. 1772-1786
15 p.
artikel
18 Mechanism of capsaicin receptor TRPV1-mediated toxicity in pain-sensing neurons focusing on the effects of Na+/Ca2+ fluxes and the Ca2+-binding protein calretinin Pecze, László
2013
1833 7 p. 1680-1691
12 p.
artikel
19 Non-apoptotic roles of Bcl-2 family: The calcium connection Bonneau, Benjamin
2013
1833 7 p. 1755-1765
11 p.
artikel
20 Regulation of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptors during endoplasmic reticulum stress Kiviluoto, Santeri
2013
1833 7 p. 1612-1624
13 p.
artikel
21 Relationships between calcium and sphingolipid-dependent signalling pathways during the early steps of plant–pathogen interactions Thuleau, Patrice
2013
1833 7 p. 1590-1594
5 p.
artikel
22 Singularities of calcium signaling in effector T-lymphocytes Robert, Virginie
2013
1833 7 p. 1595-1602
8 p.
artikel
23 The role of calcium in VDAC1 oligomerization and mitochondria-mediated apoptosis Keinan, Nurit
2013
1833 7 p. 1745-1754
10 p.
artikel
24 The 12th meeting of the European Calcium Society Haiech, Jacques
2013
1833 7 p. iv-v
nvt p.
artikel
25 Three calcium-sensitive genes, fus, brd3 and wdr5, are highly expressed in neural and renal territories during amphibian development Bibonne, A.
2013
1833 7 p. 1665-1671
7 p.
artikel
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