Junction and triadin each active skeletal ryanodine receptors but junction alone mediates functional interactions with calsequestrin
Normal Ca2+ signalling in skeletal muscle depends on the membrane associated proteins triadin and junctin and their ability to mediate functional interactions between the Ca2+ binding protein calsequestrin and the type 1 ryanodine receptor in the lumen of the sarcoplasmic reticulum. This important mechanism conserves intracellular Ca2+ stores, but is poorly understood. Triadin and junctin share similar structures and are lumped together in models of interactions between skeletal muscle...[Show more]
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