Closing of L-type Calcium Channels (rat)

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Closing of L-type Calcium Channels (rat)

In rat pancreatic beta cells adrenergic stimulation causes L-type calcium channels in the plasma membrane to close. The mechanism is unknown. In mouse pancreatic beta cells closing of L-type calcium channels is not observed.

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
9799129 New isoform of the neuronal Ca2+ channel alpha1E subunit in islets of Langerhans and kidney--distribution of voltage-gated Ca2+ channel alpha1 subunits in cell lines and tissues

Vajna, R, Schramm, M, Pereverzev, A, Arnhold, S, Grabsch, H, Klöckner, U, Perez-Reyes, E, Hescheler, J, Schneider, T

Eur J Biochem 1998
1659917 Alpha 2-adrenoreceptor stimulation does not inhibit L-type calcium channels in mouse pancreatic beta-cells

Bokvist, K, Ammälä, C, Berggren, PO, Rorsman, P, Wåhlander, K

Biosci Rep 1991
8647245 Noradrenaline inhibition of Ca2+ channels and secretion in single patch-clamped insulinoma cells

Sher, E, Codignola, A, Rogers, M, Richmond, J

FEBS Lett 1996
1849838 Noradrenergic inhibition and voltage-dependent facilitation of omega-conotoxin-sensitive Ca channels in insulin-secreting RINm5F cells

Aicardi, G, Pollo, A, Sher, E, Carbone, E

FEBS Lett 1991
9570008 Voltage dependent calcium channels in adrenal glomerulosa cells and in insulin producing cells

Horváth, A, Szabadkai, G, Várnai, P, Arányi, T, Wollheim, CB, Spät, A, Enyedi, P

Cell Calcium 1998
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