Redox active calcium ion channels and cell death
Calcium plays a key role in both apoptotic and necrotic cell death. Emptying of intracellular calcium stores and/or alteration in intracellular calcium levels can modulate cell death in almost all cell types. These calcium fluxes are determined by the activity of membrane channels normally under tight control. The channels may be ligand activated or voltage dependent as well as being under the control of affector molecules such as calmodulin. It has become increasingly apparent that many...[Show more]
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